How much do you know about France?

How much do you know about France?

How much do you know about France?

How much do you know about France?

How much do you know about France? We all (well most of us) know where France is, but how much do you know about this fascinating country?

Did you know that it has the most UNESCO sites in the world and the number just keeps on growing.

But how much more do you know?

Try this quiz to test your knowledge of France and the French.

How much do you know about France?

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Canada – The second largest country in the world

Canada – The second largest country in the world

Canada - The second largest country in the world

Canada – The second largest country in the world

Did you know that Canada – is the second largest country in the world?

Did you know that the name ‘Canada’ comes from the Huron-Iroquois word ‘Kanata’, meaning ‘village’ or ‘settlement’?

Did you know that there are 6 different time zones across Canada?

The Canadian Royal Mint created a coin with the face value of $1 Million. The coin itself is made of 99.99% gold and weighs over 220 lbs (100 kgs).

About 30% of Canada’s total landmass is occupied by forest.

Canada’s flag became official on February 15, 1965, almost 100 years after it became a country in 1867. Canada has used approximately 13 different flag designs since 1497 before the Maple Leaf.

The Canada / USA border is the longest international border in the world without any military defences.

After Paris, Montreal is the largest French speaking city in the world.

Basketball was invented by Canadian James Naismith in 1891.

Canada has more lakes than any other country in the world.

60% of the world’s polar bear population live in Canada.

Canadians use British English spelling and not American spelling.

Queen Elizabeth II is the Canadian Head of State.

For more facts about Canada, have a listen to this podcast where Sue interviews Judy and Barbara, two proud Canadian ladies, over for a stay in France.

Are these the World’s spookiest castles?

Are these the World’s spookiest castles?

Are these the World’s spookiest castles? What do you think?

There’s nothing like an ancient mountaintop fortress to set your imagination alight, or send shivers down your spine.

Are these the World’s spookiest castles? What do you think?

Check out these spooky castles where regardless of what the calendar says, it’s Halloween all year long!

Here are the Top Ten Haunted Castles in Europe.

Some more European haunted castles as suggested by Rail Europe.

20 unusual bucket list ideas

20 unusual bucket list ideas

20 unusual bucket list ideas

Have you been thinking about making a bucket list for a really, a really long time?

Are you procrastinating because it seems almost impossible to think up any unusual bucket list ideas?

Creating a Bucket List, is a great way to give your goals a life – yes, not the other way around. So, no more excuses.

Whether you are creating your very first bucket list or just want to add to the life list you already have, here are 20 unusual bucket list ideas to get you started.

For more ideas, have a listen to our Bucket List Podcasts.

20 Unusual Bucket List Ideas

Inspired by the 2DoBefore iPhone App

Here’s a cool site for bucket list ideas.

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