New Zealand couple Bianca Brunschwiler and Brett Sweden travel around the world and conduct travel-blog. For four years, they had to visit different parts of the globe, from London to South America. Now they are in Nicaragua, and soon plans to travel to South America. In his instagram they share envy photographs and tips for other travelers.
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Nearby villages of Bilbao and Bermeo in Spain is a small island San of Juan de Gaztelugatxe ( aka Gastelugache ). The island would not remarkable if not for the X century chapel located at the top of the cliffs and the long winding stone staircases 237 steps leading to the chapel, and then they attract many tourists. Gaztelugatxe Island is connected to the mainland by a narrow stone Double Arch Bridge, on which there is a narrow path to the very stairs. Before the bridge also organized parking for cars to tourists was where to park. Going up the long stairs, it seems as if it is endless, but the thought of that from the height of great views of the steep coast of the mainland, wriggling path, as well as the fascinating sea makes to climb higher and higher.
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In the south of Switzerland , Italian-speaking canton Aka Ticino, runs one of the cleanest rivers in the world – the river Verzasca is incredibly beautiful scenery. Taking its origin from Mount Pizzo Barone Swiss Alps, where from a height of 2864 meters a torrent flows 30 kilometers long and at the end of its path flows into a mountain lake Maggiore, located between Switzerland and Italy. River Verzasca – This is perhaps the most beautiful river in Europe, which boasts Switzerland, its crystal clear waters attract many tourists from around the world. But to swim in it, perhaps, not everyone can, because the water is very cold, the temperature does not exceed 7-10 degrees and risked to enter it is not very comfortable, and the turbulent undercurrents in some places are very dangerous for swimming. But still wishing iskupnutsya in this clear water, with colored stone bottom is not small.
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Passage du Gois connects to the Noirmoutier island (which translates as “Black Monastery”) with the department of Vendée, which refers to mainland France. In 830, the island castle to defend against the attacks of the Vikings was built in the XII century which has been completely renovated. In this form it is well preserved to our time, but not again subjected to raids by British and Spaniards. Now, this historic castle is included in the list of French historical monuments, and is used as a museum. Today the island is produced large amounts of salt and cultivated elite varieties, “La Bonnotte” potatoes, a kilo is worth 500 euros. Luxury villas, pine forest and numerous shrubs mimosas make the island a perfect place to relax.
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A resident of Pakistan Huma Mobin. And she became disappointed when her husband was denied a visa to Greece during their own honeymoon. Nevertheless, at the request of her husband, she still went on vacation and made a touching and funny photos to local attractions. Huma and Arsanali Bharti are from Lahore. And have decided to spend their honeymoon in Greece. However, her husband could not get a visa to the country. At first she did not want to go alone, but because the trip has already been paid, so it still took place.
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Gouffre de Padirac is also known as caves Padirac ( or chasm Padirac ), and it is located in the region of Midi-Pyrénées , in the south-west of France, in the vicinity of the pilgrimage center of Rocamadour. This is the most spectacular cave in France! Padirac Cave is a huge crater with a diameter of 35 m and a depth of 99 m, which was formed in the collapse of the cave. It was discovered in the late 19th century, although it is known that the cave had already existed in the 3rd century, and in the 15th and 16th centuries there were people here when mined potassium nitrate. This cave system considered one of the most remarkable phenomena in pirodnyh Massif Central. The length of the cave is more than 40 km, although only 2 km of galleries open to the public.
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