Archive for August, 2008
Though considered evil, witchcraft is a fascinating subject to most. Though most witches were most often people who simply worshiped the sun and moon while tripping off of natural herbs, in ancient times they were connected to demonic activities like orgies, sacrifices, and even vampirism. Quite a thing to be condemned for!
Many Spanish towns were full of mysticism and witchcraft in the 16th and 17th centuries. During these times witches were accused of worshipping the devil, casting spells on people, and where often burned at the stake.
The town of Zugarramurdi is one such town where hundreds were accused of sorcery More >
What? Germany has a Riveria? On an island?! It’s true! The island of Sylt is a place you probably never knew existed until right now. It is stretched along 36 square miles of bliss and is known for its quaint beach cottages, fields of heather, and nudity. There are also to die for dishes at many of the celebrity frequented restaurants as well as designer shopping. Or to get away from it all, on the northern most point is the Alter Gasthof Inn. The inn has been serving regional dishes for over 200 years.
So why aren’t you there yet?
Sylt is More >