Archive | March, 2013
Pantanal Sunset

Pantanal the alluvial plain of South America

The Pantanal is the largest ecosystem in the world after the Amazon. An alluvial plain that boasts an incredible variety of flora and fauna, and offers beautiful wild landscapes that wind through Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil. The largest share belongs to the latter and that’s where we are. We arrive at Cuiabá, the capital of […]

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Egeskov Castle Lake

The majestic Castle of Egeskov in Denmark

If you’re looking for a nice destination for next summer and a good excuse for a trip in northern Europe then go for castles in Denmark. So here is a starting point to begin tracking the path of the tour. First you are to visit the majestic Egeskov castle with pointed spiers and reddish walls […]

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Cuban Cayos Beach

How to enjoy an inexpensive holiday at the Cuban Cayos

Although not the cheapest among the countries of Central America due to the double currency, Cuba is still a relatively inexpensive destination for those who want to take a DIY trip . It is fairly easy to build an itinerary that includes independent culture and wilderness, but can you visit the Isla Grande without spending […]

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Broadway Tower in the distance

The fake Broadway Tower in England

To be honest this is half true in the sense that this is a real building, a real tower built in the English countryside. The fiction lies in the purpose for which it was made. The Broadway Tower in England served no military purpose, there was no threat of invasion, no way to check, only […]

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Statue of Liberty Beauty

The Statue of Liberty in New York reopens in July

The Statue of Liberty, the icon of New York and a symbol of a certain idea of the United States of America closed as a result of damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy which struck the east coast of the North American continent last fall, will reopen to the public in time for Independence Day the […]

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Bateman's Bay

Travel on the road in Australia with multi trip travel insurance

Dreaming of a road trip in Australia? This nation is full of charming spectacular routes ensuring its visitors an unforgettable holiday. Some of them may appear risky but with multi trip travel insurance you have nothing to worry about. Here are 3 routes to discover the breathtaking landscapes of Australia. 1. The Great Ocean Road […]

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Black Forest river

Black Forest in Germany

The Black Forest is a mountainous area located in the southwest of Germany in the Land of Baden Württemberg. The Black Forest extends from the so called border triangle the area where the the borders of Switzerland meet with France and Germany in a northerly direction for about 160 km along the Rhine pit. The […]

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Macau Square

In the beautiful Macau of the Portuguese

A small peninsula on the border of China which in fact has been chinese for only a few years. Macau is a fascinating place with a thousand stories where ponds with bamboo and lotus flowers can introduce you to the amazing oriental gardens (Garden Loo Lim Ioc) while architectures of the late Renaissance and Baroque […]

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Angel Falls Venezuela

The highest waterfall in the world | Angel Falls in Venezuela

Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world. It is 1,002 meters high and is located in the Canaima National Park in the state of Bolívar, Venezuela on the border with Brazil. It is 19 times higher than Niagara Falls with an uninterrupted drop of 807 meters of water. The name comes from its […]

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Brighton Sunset

Everything about Brighton | Britain’s Youngest City

Brighton is the major part of the city of Brighton and Hove in East Sussex, England on the south coast of Great Britain. It has a lot of attractions to offer its visitors and some of the most important attractions of the city include The Royal Pavilion, a former royal palace, Bedford Hotel, one of […]

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