Monthly Archives: November 2018
The small island of Mauritius is a tourist pearl hidden in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The Big Island is the heart of two archipelagos: Maskarensky and Kagados-Karakhosky.
The local nature boasts exquisite beauty and grace, and the charm of the underwater world is simply impossible to describe. Tourists, fans of visiting weddings, couples celebrating holidays in a beautiful atmosphere, people who love splashing in clear water and preferring good water activities constantly flock to Mauritius.
Dissecting the waters of the Indian Ocean
Surrounded by ocean waters, the island of Mauritius has an active holiday in the water and sports associated with water. Continue reading
On the border between Croatia and Montenegro there is an uninhabited islet, which has long been chosen by tourists. For many years, these two states cannot divide this place, although it belongs to Montenegro territorially.
Welcome to the fortress island of Mamula – one of the most interesting places with a fascinating history. Once the Austrians were the owners here, and the island bears the name in honor of General Lazarus Mamula.
Mistress or Mamula?
The island is a relatively small piece of land with a diameter of not more than 200 m, located southeast of the city of Igalo (it is possible to get around the whole in no more than 20-25 minutes). It blocks the entrance to the bay, so it was originally of extremely important strategic importance. Continue reading
For some reason, it is mistakenly assumed that the world of Antarctica is a solid white silence consisting of snow, ice and hummocks. However, nature does not like monotony, preferring to create something unusual.
Bloody Falls, flowing from the Taylor Glacier, became such an object of attention. For almost a century, he was one of the inexplicable mysteries of nature that surrendered only to scientists of the twenty-first century.
Taylor Glacier Blood
From afar, a wide stream really looks like a bleeding wound. The red-orange mass flowing from a huge white glacier makes a lasting impression. It is hard to imagine what emotions Griffith Taylor, the discoverer of this natural wonder, experienced. The bloody glacier first appeared in 1911 to an Australian who made a research trip in the McMurdo Strait, part of the Dry Valleys. Continue reading