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Eco-Travel to Amsterdam

by Editor on September 18, 2014 37 Comments

Eco-Travel to Amsterdam

 

All the magic of Amsterdam draws throughout the year many visitors, who enjoy walks along the canals or visit museums. It is not only the capital of the coffee shops and the red light district, no, Amsterdam harbors a rich cultural and architectural heritage.

It is a work of art, the Venice of the North as they say! It will surprise you with its traditional character and alternative, for its kind and smiling people.

“Green” Tourists will come from every corner of the world, sure to find their values ​​and ideas about ecology. It is one of the greenest capitals in Europe, you can breathe clean air!

  It feels good to walk or bike. The bicycle is the main means of transport for a cultural experience in harmony with nature and course cars are banned. Even fashion is green, peoples wear t-shirts made ​​from organic cotton, shoes ...

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11 deadly islands where you wouldn't want to be washed ashore.

by Editor on April 19, 2014 10 Comments

11 deadly islands where you wouldn't want to be washed ashore.

1-Ilha da Queimada, Brazil

Ilha da Queimada, nicknamed Snake Island, lies off the coast of Brazil and is home to thousands of Golden Lancehead Vipers – and little else. The snakes are among the world's most venomous, and there is, according to local legend, around five of the slithering critters to every square metre. For years, the only human inhabitant was a lighthouse keeper, but now the Brazilian Navy has banned all civilians from the island.

2-Miyake-jima, Japan

Found in the Izu islands of Japan, Miyake-jima's most prominent feature is the active volcano, Mount Oyama, which has erupted several times in recent history. Since the most recent explosion, in 2005, the volcano has constantly leaked poisonous gas, requiring residents to carry a gas mask at all times. Sirens go off across the island when the levels of ...

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Onze îles mortelles où vous ne voudriez pas jeter l’ancre.

by Editor on April 19, 2014 6 Comments

Onze îles mortelles où vous ne voudriez pas jeter l’ancre.

1 - Ilha da Queimada, au Brésil
Ilha da Queimada, surnommé Snake Island, située au large de la côte du Brésil et est à la maison à des milliers de vipères, à tête de lance - et rien d’autre. Ces serpents sont parmi les plus vénéneux  au monde, et il n'y a, selon la légende locale, environ pas moins de  cinq créatures rampantes à chaque mètre carré. Pendant des années, le seul habitant humain était un gardien de phare, mais à  présent  la marine brésilienne a interdit tous les civils de l’île.

2- Miyake -jima , Japon
situé  dans les îles Izu du Japon , la caractéristique la plus importante de Miyake -jima est le volcan actif , le mont Oyama , qui a éclaté à plusieurs reprises dans l'histoire récente.  L’explosion la plus récente, eut  lieu en 2005 , le ...

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Travel to Aruba

by Editor on December 14, 2013 11 Comments

Travel to Aruba

Arubais an island 33 kilometre long (20 mi) located about a thousand miles west of the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea, located 27 kilometres (17 mi) north of the coast of Venezuela. Together withBonaire and Curaçao, it forms a group referred to as the ABC islands. Collectively, Aruba and the other Dutch islands in the Caribbean are often called the Netherlands Antilles or the Dutch Antilles.

Furthermore, Aruba is one of the four constituent countries that form the Kingdom of the Netherlands, along with the Netherlands,Curaçao and Sint Maarten. The citizens of these countries all share a single nationality: Dutch. Aruba has no administrative subdivisions, but, for census purposes, is divided into eight regions. Its capital is Oranjestad.

Unlike much of the Caribbean region, Aruba has a dry climate and an arid, cactus-strewn

landscape. This climate has helped tourism as visitors ...

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