The biggest lake in Africa
Lakes are sources of the largest rivers in Africa that provide water and lots of fresh fish inhabitants of the "dark continent". They are home to unique aquatic and terrestrial…

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Lake Louise (Lake Louise) in Banff national Park (Canada)
Lake Louise (Lake Louise) is located in Banff national Park in Canada, the southern canadian Rockies. The lake area is 0.8 sq km, a length of about 2 km, width…

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National characteristics of Indonesia

Indonesians are friendly and hospitable people. However, there is still a very large number of different local religious and cultural “taboos”. Because of this, foreign tourists should behave so that his behavior not to offend the local population.

For example, do not touch their head, which is a serious humiliation. This rule applies even children.

Here the left hand is considered “unclean”. For this reason, she can’t pass something and touch the source.

You should not show to the locals the finger. Not recommended for tourists to put one leg over the other or to set foot in someone’s side. This is due to the fact that the foot is also considered in Indonesia “unclean” body part. Not to shout and show anger on the people.

Foreign tourists should also follow some rules in clothing. In public places you should not wear shorts and skirts. On the beach not to sunbathe Topless. Clothing in state institutions and mosques should cover the knees. In Balinese temple entrance is allowed only in national costume. This costume can be rented in special shops located in front of the temples.

The country made only with your right hand and no Cutlery. The restaurants have forks and spoons, but no knives, because he was considered a symbol of aggression. Before and after eating Continue reading

Lakes of Italy

Today we will take a short tour of lakes in Italy. Here you will find a description of the largest lakes, such as Garda, Como and others.

Italian lake holidays is a special type of rest that is the most popular among tourists. But the true connoisseurs who are looking for tranquility, beauty, and unity with nature, will enjoy reading this short review.

First, of course, took the lake Garda. Many consider it a small sea, not a lake. This huge reservoir, which is located among the rocky mountains, is a classic example of a Mediterranean resort. Hot springs, surfing, horse riding, Golf, expensive hotels, the biggest disco in Europe – all this you will find here.

It can be noted that the activities on this lake is considered very prestigious and not many can afford a trip here. The province of Garda, famous for its wine and citrus plantations. Located on the shores of lake Garda, Italy sights, mainly the villages that exist only because of tourism. It is the most famous Sirmione (tourists come here for its curative mineral springs), and a little Fat (of the famous monuments of the reign of Mussolini), Desenzano (the only one that has a view of the whole length of the lake), romantic Malcesine (all the lovers hiding here), a noble of Verona (the resting place of emperors and rich Continue reading

Volcanic lake

Volcanic lake is considered one of the wonders of nature. Because their nature is in truth paradoxical – huge bodies of water, born of fire and heat.

Volcanic crater lake located in Oregon, USA. Enchanting deep blue color and crystal clarity of its water made a crater lake one of the main natural attractions of the state. The lake was almost not affected by industrial waste and is the cleanest lake in the United States. It was formed about 7,700 years ago resulting in the death of the volcano mount Masama. Considered to be the indigenous inhabitants of the adjacent territories – the Indian tribe Klamath witnessed the formation of the lake. In their legends the eruption of mount Masami associated with the battle of the God of heaven and God of the underworld, and the lake today is divine in nature and is closely connected with spiritual practice of Indians.

The volcanic lake Nyos is located in the North-Western part of Cameroon. Under the lake is a layer of magma, the carbon dioxide emitted by the magma, constantly seeps into the groundwater feeding the lake, turning the lower layers of water in the lake in carbon dioxide. Lake Nyos was a time bomb – tremors in 1986 led to the Limnological catastrophe. claimed the lives of thousands of people and animals. Instantly Continue reading