074-Sea Serpents?

Sea serpents have been spotted all over the world on coasts and lakes for centuries. They can be found on medieval maps as warnings and ancient cave walls. They have been weaved through mythology throughout the ages and not they are here on The Curioso.

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074-Sea Serpents?

Sea serpents have been spotted all over the world on coasts and lakes for centuries. They can be found on medieval maps as warnings and ancient cave walls. They have been weaved through mythology throughout the ages and not they are here on The Curioso.

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033-Mead?


Mead is quite possibly one of the oldest alcoholic drinks known to man. Such a unique beverage with its yellow color of sunshine; the smell of flowers; and the sweet, bright taste. Honey being the only sweetener humans used for centuries it’s obvious we would find a way to make it alcoholic. Of course it’s very likely mead was made naturally in a stump beehive. This is the way I like to think of it happening, with Wojtek the solider bear coming along and getting a bit tipsy drinking the Nectar of the Gods.

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033-Mead?


Mead is quite possibly one of the oldest alcoholic drinks known to man. Such a unique beverage with its yellow color of sunshine; the smell of flowers; and the sweet, bright taste. Honey being the only sweetener humans used for centuries it’s obvious we would find a way to make it alcoholic. Of course it’s very likely mead was made naturally in a stump beehive. This is the way I like to think of it happening, with Wojtek the solider bear coming along and getting a bit tipsy drinking the Nectar of the Gods.

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