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  • Praia da Lagoinha do Leste

    Praia da Lagoinha do Leste
    This beach is located on the south east side of the Island of Florianopolis. There is no road that you can take to the beach, and depending where you start it is a half mile to a mile walk to get there. You can take a little ferry boat from one of the closer more accessible beaches if that is your fancy as well.
  • Around Torrey

    Around Torrey
    Check out the URL here because it describes the town far better than I ever could. I drove down to Torrey from Salt Lake City, Apx. 3 1/2 hours and stopped to get these landscape photos on the way. My sister got married in Torrey and I essentially drove down that day and back that night. Torrey is gorgeous as is the drive down there. Not a whole lot of towns and action on the way, but the vast landscapes make the drive worth while. Once in Torrey there is plenty to do from scenic drives, world class fly-fishing, a few
  • Skyline of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak

    Skyline of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak
    Want to be the King of the World? Forget about Titanic!!! What you need to do is take a 5 minute Peak Tram funicular railway from Central District of Hong Kong, go to The Peak Tower of Victoria Peak where you can see the greatest view of one of the best skylines in the world!
  • Alhambra

    Alhambra
    The Alhambra is an Andalusian palace located in Granada (Spain). Its name has many different versions what it really means, but in the end it is somehow connected to the color red. The Alhambra is a walled town from the 13th century. It was founded by Ben-Al-Hamar the Arabian king, when Arabs used to live in Europe. It has many signs from the Arab culture. The Arabs were living in this palace since the year 1238 till 1492 when the Catholics Spanish kings got the palace.
  • Laisves aleja - Freedom avenue

    Laisves aleja - Freedom avenue
    Liberty Avenue is the main street (avenue) in Kaunas. As far as I can count so there are about 20 restaurants and cafes and more than 50 shops. At one end of the avenue there is a church and on the other it turns to Vilnius Street, which goes to the old town.
  • Sandbanks Chain Link Ferry

    Sandbanks Chain Link Ferry
    The Bramble Bush Bay chain link ferry operates between Sandbanks and Shell Bay at the entrance of Poole Harbour on the south coast of England. It transports pedestrians and any type of vehicle imaginable from bicycles to double-decker buses. It operates all year round (except for every couple of years when it is serviced in the October/November timeframe) from 7 am until 11 pm, every 20 minutes. Details of the Ferry service that has operated since 1924 can be found on the ferry website: "http://www.sandbanksferry.co.uk/ ":http://www.sandbanksferry.co.uk/
  • Ilustrado Restaurant

    Ilustrado Restaurant
    This place is a nice restaurant with tasteful recipes for everyone. It has a nice ambiance and an elegant colour theme of black, red and white. Lots of mirrors make it good for mirror shots for your OSCM. The cosy and laid back atmosphere makes it a good place to relax while enjoying your tasteful retreat! Yummy Filipino dishes are served with some non traditional twists.
  • Monaco

    Monaco
    Sunshine capital... The country of luxury and incredible yachts... Yes, Monaco (Principality of Monaco) is the place to go indeed. It is a constitutional monarchy and city-state in Western Europe located along the French Riviera between the Mediterranean Sea and France (not to mention, that Italy is also just in reach of a hand).
  • Desert Sunset of USJ3A

    Desert Sunset of USJ3A
    There was one day when I was on my way to pick my girlfriend up from work around evening time 6 p.m., but I was too early for that. So, I drove myself nearby the area by heading to random direction, where I turned as I saw a corner; and I turned as I saw a junction. Then finally decided to check out a quite new housing area nearby there as well.
  • Carnival In The Mountains

    Carnival In The Mountains
    Everyone on this planet know the Brazilian carnivals. Everyone have heard about the Rio de Janeiro with that stuff like "the greatest show on Earth", and other bla bla bla. Well, guys, you need to know the Brazilian carnival like I know: diving into the countryside and discovering the real experience on these old and traditional streets in these traditional little Brazilian cities.
  • Dali in Yunnan Province

    Dali in Yunnan Province
    I travelled to Yunnan Province in China's Southwest for 3 weeks last summer when the rest of the country was almost burnt under the scorching sun. This highland province was, however, like a huge naturally air-conditioned room, thanks to its high altitude. The best thing about it is that you don't have to choose between air-conditioning and beautiful sunshine. You can have both. As most of the province is over 2,000 meters above sea level, you will find the sky bluer here and the white clouds closer to you than ever.
  • Richmond Night Market

    Richmond Night Market
    This night market has something for everyone. Open from 7 pm to midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sundays from May to October. There are lots of stalls/vendors with gadgets, clothing, flowers, Korean stationary (my favorite is Afro Ken), cell phones & accessories, traditional Asian products, lucky bamboo... and on... and on... Bring plenty of cash!!! Stuff is cheap but most don't take credit cards.
  • False Creek Ferries

    False Creek Ferries
    I love the ferries that operate on False Creek in the heart of Vancouver. Looking down on False Creek from one of the 3 bridges that connect Downtown Vancouver to Vancouver West they dart about the inlet like water boatmen skating on a pond. False Creek not only attracts the tourists and day-trippers that come to town for an amusing diversion on the water but it also is much loved by the local residents of this fabulous and unique city. False Creek is surrounded by some of the city's most enticing attractions.
  • Indian Street

    Indian Street
    I'm writing about the largest Indian street in Malaysia. It is located at Selangor, Klang, Jalan Tengku Kelana. There are few types of transport you can take to reach there, for example bus, taxi, or train. When taking bus from KL to Klang bus station, you are not too far from that. The Klang train station is only ten minutes walk from Indian street.
  • Vytautas – the Great War Museum Park

    Vytautas – the Great War Museum Park
    You can find Vytauto Didžiojo karo muziejus (English: Vytautas the Great War Museum) in the Kaunas center. It was opened in 1936 and named after the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Vytautas. Inside of the museum you can find many interesting things like historical weapons and a thing that I am proud of - Lituanica plane, on which Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas had crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 1933.
  • Langdale Valley

    Langdale Valley
    In the heart of the Lakes District of England, Langdale Valley is my favourite place anywhere in the world. Its a mysterious valley full of high peaks.
  • Mount Pinatubo

    Mount Pinatubo
    The 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo is known as the second largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century. The explosion came after almost 500 years of slumber and dumped billions of tones of volcanic debris that buried entire farm communities, killed hundreds of people, and changed the world's climate.
  • Skansen

    Skansen
    Do you plan to have only a short stay in Stockholm, but still would like to see or shoot some typical Swedish country houses? Easy! You just have to take the bus 44 or the old streetcar for Skansen, in the island of Djurgården, a royal park near the centre of Stockholm.
  • House of Birth of Wilhelm Busch

    House of Birth of Wilhelm Busch
    Do you know Max and Moritz? The two characters from a book, two boys working against every authority existing in their small world like teachers or an old widow. The whole text is written as a poem. Or "die fromme Helene"? Sure you know them. Maybe they are called differently in your country. I saw the names, but forgot them all!
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Chatuchak Weekend Market
    Though there are many markets throughout Bangkok, Chatuchak Weekend Market is still pretty much the undisputed king of them all. Chatuchak is pronounced as Jatujak and simply known by the local people as JJ. This weekend market is a-must-place to visit (or to shop) if you visiting Bangkok simply because it is the biggest open air market in the world. It covers over 35 acres and contains more than 10,000 stalls selling practically everything under the sun. Such as the smallest nails, to foods, trendy fashions, antiques intricate wooden carvings, masks from far-off lands, adorable fluffy dogs, colorful fish of every hue and singing birds. Once inside the market, you will be catch up in a world of bursting crowds and stalls stretching as far as the eyes can see.