Gabija Grušaitė on TravelAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
Travel is changing in a fundamental way. As a passionate travel, I can only hope that the new normality will allow us to explore the world in a more sustainable fashion without displacing local communities. Airbnb was fundamental in rising rental costs in cities like Barcelona or New York City. It was more profitable to let your property for tourists than to people who actually live their. Fingers crossed there could be a balance between both worlds. https://news.airbnb.com/a-message-from-co-founder-and-ceo-brian-chesky/
A Message from Co-Founder and CEO Brian Chesky
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Gabija Grušaitė on TravelAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
Not sure why but I found this article about recent flying experience really funny. Flying is not hell, hell is encounters with other people trying to block you out of your seat. Kindness is the only way out of this 💺😅
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Enock Peter Lauwo on Traveling in TanzaniaExperienced Tour Guide and Safari organizer in Tanzania
Cheetah is one of the cat families that are found in Serengeti, Tanzania. These are the fastest cats with a speed of 112 kph and the most successful hunters. Unlike other cats, they hunt almost entirely in the day time. Males are bigger than females and they are ones who defend the territories. Females reach reproductive age between 20-24 months, and they give birth about every 18 months with a high mortality rate. Cubs stay with their mother until the age of 16 to 18 months, at which point this family unit breaks up while the mother goes off to find a mate. Below is the picture I recently took. These are four males after they moved out from their families. What wild animals have you seen?
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Enock Peter Lauwo on Traveling in TanzaniaExperienced Tour Guide and Safari organizer in Tanzania
Zebra grazing down the crater! Ngorongoro crater was formed when a giant volcano exploded & collapsed about 2.5 million years ago. The cone of the volcanic caldera collapsed inwards and formed today's famous Ngorongoro caldera. This is the la rgest unbroken & unfolded caldera in the world. With 610 m deep, Ngorongoro is the home to the big five animals (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant & rhino) and different bird species. Giraffes are not found in the crater because there is no acacia (food) for them.

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Gabija GrušaitėAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
It's incredible how many species of animals live together in this beautiful ecosystem!
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