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Month: August 2017

The Sadness of the Caribbean

The Sadness of the Caribbean

Amazing white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, swimming among the giant turtles, selling by yachts, breathtaking sceneries, and absolutely adorable rainforests, enjoying the tropical food, drinking from coconut…. Absolutely amazing time… Our perfect vacation! These are Caribbean’s!!! This is the most popular picture which appears in our mind when we are dreaming for this amazing paradise on Earth. But if you actually go there you can see and feel quite different emotions if you have the ability to see through this…

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Wild Southern Island of New Zealand – Picton Harbor

Wild Southern Island of New Zealand – Picton Harbor

Many of the cruise ships are passing by Picton Harbour in New Zealand because it is one of the most beautiful entering in a harbor by ship. It is more than three hours entering by sea in the Southern Island. The amazing view of green steep hills, hidden islands, private beaches and calm blue water of the sea with a great variety of marine life is one of the perfect explanation of Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand. The charming small…

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The Great Ocean Road in 2 days trip – II part

The Great Ocean Road in 2 days trip – II part

Click here to read:  THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD IN 2 DAYS TRIP – I PART   So on the next day, we continued our trip from Appolo Bay. If you have more time don’t miss the lookouts above the town and in the Barham Valley which are spectacular. A nice morning walk in Maist Rest It was still early in the morning when we reached Maist Rest which is only 20 minutes drive past Apollo Bay, so we decided to…

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The Great Ocean Road in 2 days trip – I part

The Great Ocean Road in 2 days trip – I part

DAY 1 One of the most popular journeys in Australia, when you are visiting Melbourne or Victoria State, is the most scenic coastal route along The Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage. It is 243 kilometers or 151 miles road along the Southeastern coast of Australia between Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. It is built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and is dedicated to soldiers killed during the World War I….

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