Looking for a great surfing spot in a remote region in the world? Why not head out to Southeast Asia, particularly the group of islands, which has gained quite a reputation when it comes to generating some of the best surfing breaks in the world. Located just off the coast of Sumatra, the Mentawai Islands of Indonesia has a great abundance of huge waves coming from the Indian Ocean. Here, surfing can be done all year long, and the waves cater to surfers of various abilities.
Montenegro may be a small country in the Balkans, but it has a lot to offer to visitors who are looking to experience a relaxing vacation. If it a coastal area that you are seeking, then head out to town of Budva, one of the most popular holiday coastal towns in the country. Located on the central section of the Montenegrin coast, Budva is a dream come true for nature lovers as it is adorned with nice beaches occupying the town’s surrounding coastline.
Turin is no doubt the chocolate capital of Italy. It is here where you can find the famous cioccolato caldo, a very thick, a little bitter chocolate drink topped with whipped cream, and always served hot. The hot chocolate, espresso-like drink called Sample bicerin is also a top seller and tourist attraction, as it is can be found only in Turin.
However, the city’s ultimate chocolate symbol is the clove-shaped Gianduiotto, which is an original creation of Turin. As far back as the 18th century, Turin was already a chocolate trading powerhouse. This is when the Gianduiotto was born. The mixing of chocolate with hazelnuts was the Turino chocolatiers way of maximizing the limited supply of cocoa beans in the midst of the British cocoa ban during the Napoleonic wars.