Forgetting a shampoo, razor, or swimsuit in a hotel room is common, though distressing. The rush, the nervousness before the flight, just distracted.
But how to explain the facts when the hotel forgets, for example, a stuffed real parrot with a height of more than a meter, or a very expensive necklace made of precious stones? It seems that scientists are right when they call memory the most poorly understood function of our body. Continue reading
“Is it strange that you have no use for your wanderings if you carry only yourself everywhere?”- these words were spoken by the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates more than two thousand years ago.
Today they are relevant, of course, not for everyone, there are fans of traveling alone, but most of us need a companion. A reliable partner, interlocutor, sometimes assistant, and sometimes the only compatriot on the plane, on the ship or in a hotel. Continue reading