The Thai beachfront raves attract up to 30,000 neon-clad people from all over the world.
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Photographic proof that the Swiss city isn't as boring as outsiders think.
Ragoutsaria has its roots in ancient Dionysian rituals and is supposed to scare away evil spirits.
Always check yourself before you harness the power of lightning and blast off a mountain.
Here are a couple things you might see in Berlin: a jacket placed on the ground while its owner digs through a gutter, black umbrellas being used to protect right-wingers from flying gloves of piss, and young couples fondling romantically on shattered Jäg…
There's a lot to read into in Seaside: the destruction of the middle class, the psychological effects of climate change, what Fireball Cinnamon Whisky can do to a community. But there's an undeniable kind of humanity in this degeneration.
For the whole five days, I stole everything I ate, drank, wore and watched.
Winters in Chicago are too cold and too long for its people to survive without getting fucked up all the time. Similarly, the summers in Illinois are so painfully short that living there means you have to squeeze all of your outdoor fun and debauchery int…
And one man who's not at all happy about the arrival of "wholly uncool" Arabs in Knightsbridge.
Kitchener is a moderately sized town in southern Ontario. The few things it's known for are brutal 80s band Helix, the world's second largest Oktoberfest parade, and lonely old men.
Come and meet its angels.
Some places are simply too hard to reach with a basil branch.
Once the gambling capital of the US, bursting with glitz and glamour that assured its prosperity and fortune, Reno has in later years suffered a downturn in the industry that once made its name.
I figured the best way to identify the waxworks was to run the images through one of those celebrity lookalike websites, but unfortunately the technology isn't quite as advanced as I'd expected.
Situated in the southeast of Romania—right on the Black Sea coast, near the border with Bulgaria—Vama Veche has been regarded as a bohemian, non-mainstream tourist destination since communist times.
Entering most of Plymouth's pubs, at whatever time of day, feels like entering a grimy nightclub in the suburbs of Novosibirsk, only without pole dancers.
Vienna isn't that different to the rest of the country; it's just more "urban." But Vienna is as contradictory as a schnitzel served with cranberry sauce.
Here are some pictures of London that we've gathered together to remind you what a spiritually disorientating, morally depleted, and fun paradise it can be.
Chicago is a misunderstood city. More renowned for its crooked politics, oppressive violent crime, and shitty weather than whatever the local tourist board tells you, the true essence of the place is barely known or appreciated by outsiders.
God is descending on Minneapolis in the form of invisible spliffs and imaginary lines of coke. The Drunken Glory movement—spawned by events like the Florida Outpouring and Toronto Blessing in the 90s, at which people appeared to be inebriated and high pur…
Its angels eat meat out of cups and parade through the city naked on floats.
Athens is one of the most surreal cities in Europe. Its streets are lined with cardboard homes and its walls are covered with riot graffiti. You should visit—they could use the tourism.
The Cuban Revolution Museum in Havana, housed in the former presidential palace, is still pockmarked with numerous bullet holes and packed with propaganda lauding Castro's Communist regime. Strangely, there is also a large picture of Twilight star