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The Lost CityTrek in Colombia is a great 46km trek in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Here's all you need to know on how to prepare, pack and expect for this trek.

The Lost City Trek, Colombia: A Beginner's Guide

The Lost CityTrek in Colombia is a great 46km trek in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Here's all you need to know on how to prepare, pack and expect for this trek.

3 awesome translation apps for international travel. Obviously wouldn't need this in Ireland but would be useful when I take weekend trips

3 awesome translation apps for international travel. Obviously wouldn't need this in Ireland but would be useful when I take weekend trips

Overlooked European Cities You Must Visit In Your Lifetime

23 Overlooked European Cities You Must Visit In Your Lifetime

Tips for Relocating for a Job

Would You Change Cities for a Job? I Did, But it Wasn’t Easy

27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die (via BuzzFeed)

27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die

27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die (via BuzzFeed)

In Puerto Rican culture, from the island to the Bronx, the word pa’lante is steeped in meaning. It's roughly translated from Spanish as “forward."

In Puerto Rican culture, from the island to the Bronx, the word pa’lante is steeped in meaning. It's roughly translated from Spanish as “forward."

13 Foods Thatll Make You Want To Visit Belgium (PHOTOS)

13 Foods That'll Make You Want To Visit Belgium (PHOTOS)

Benzaiten (弁才天, 弁財天) is a Japanese Buddhist goddess, who originated from the Hindu goddess Saraswati. Worship of Benzaiten arrived in Japan during the 6th through 8th centuries, mainly via the Chinese translations of the Sutra of Golden Light, which has a section devoted to her. Referred to as Sarasvatî Devî in Sanskrit (meaning "Goddess Saraswati"), Benzaiten is the goddess of everything that flows: water, words, speech, eloquence, music and by extension, knowledge.

Benzaiten (弁才天, 弁財天) is a Japanese Buddhist goddess, who originated from the Hindu goddess Saraswati. Worship of Benzaiten arrived in Japan during the 6th through 8th centuries, mainly via the Chinese translations of the Sutra of Golden Light, which has a section devoted to her. Referred to as Sarasvatî Devî in Sanskrit (meaning "Goddess Saraswati"), Benzaiten is the goddess of everything that flows: water, words, speech, eloquence, music and by extension, knowledge.