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About Pete Roberts

Pete Roberts has been in the telecom and travel journalism for 2 years. Moreover, his work is more like hobby – adventurous and really enjoyable, according to his own words. Apart from having visited a significant number of countries in Europe, the Far East and India, he used to work for charity organisations, specifically in Sudan. He has been interested in technology and foreign culture since childhood. As a telecommunications major, his opinions are highly valued by many. Of course, being mistakenly underestimated for his young age, he is still fighting for a place under the sun. And mostly - on the first pages.


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  • The French are proud with their rich cultural heritage and the tourist appeal of France. The French music, with its classical examples and modern scene is part of this world treasure and millions of visitors are having this experience when they go to France. Read More…





  • Remember that every time you try to call a foreign country, your funds will be sucked dry – that’s the reason to use the cheap call options. Cheap calling cards, VoIP or Skype, there is plenty of choices and great benefits. Read More…





  • France is by far the most visited country in the world and is often praised for its rich cultural heritage. What made the French culture so significant and why the French thinkers are considered so influential you’ll see in the second part of my “French cultural series”. Read More…





  • France receives the highest number of tourists per year, largely thanks to the numerous cultural establishments and historical buildings implanted all over the territory. France has been a centre of cultural creation for centuries. Many French artists have been among the most renowned of their time, and the country is still recognized in the world for its rich cultural tradition. Read More…





  • The French colonial empire is gone decades ago, but France still has some territories and possessions outside the European continent. Though not colonies, all these lands are collectively known as France’s overseas regions and territories, consisting of islands, island groups (archipelagos) and one mainland territory. Read More…





  • Steve Jobs is not among us anymore, but his brainchild – iPhone, is alive and well. Less than 10 days after Jobs’ passing, iPhone 4S has been released. It is the fifth generation of its kind, a device that combines a widescreen iPod with touchscreen, mobile phone, and internet communicator. Read More…





  • Even in your wildest dreams, most of you wouldn’t guess how much costs a cup of the most expensive coffee. The price of a single small cup is worth half the salary in some EU countries. The unusual method of growing and processing the coffee beans of this special drink explains it all. Read More…





  • There are over 160 different ethnic groups and indigenous peoples in Russia. The Slavic Orthodox traditions, the Turkic Muslim culture, Buddhist nomads, Shamanists and highlanders – they all contribute to the cultural diversity of the country. In the Russian folk culture and cuisine, drinking is usually associated with vodka, but there is another specific drink, called kvass. Read More…





  • Karate trainingWith the films involving scenes with East Asian martial arts in the 60s and 70s, many Chinese and Japanese fighting systems emerged extremely popular in the West. Cinema and television depict the Japanese Karate as a way of fighting capable of causing death or injury with a single blow. Read More…





  • On 5.10.2011 died one of the greatest inventors and entrepreneurs of the 20th and 21st century – Steve Jobs. Jobs is listed as either primary inventor or co-inventor in 338 US patents or patent applications related to a range of technologies from actual computer and portable devices to user interfaces (including touch-based), speakers, keyboards, power adapters, staircases, clasps, sleeves, lanyards and packages, including iPod an iPhone. Read More…