You can travel in a single day from green mountains in the North, covered with vines and all varieties of trees to rocky mountains, with spectacular slopes and falls in the Centre, to a near-desert landscape in the Alentejo region and finally to the glamorous beach holidays destination Algarve.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Wednesday, April 4, 2007
This is as easy and engaging a capital city as you'll fing - a compact, immediately likeable place, small enough to explore easily in a weekend, and with an interguing combination of parochial and international.
Amsteram Red Light District:
This area was on the edge of the city. Now it's perhaps Amsterdam's most notorious
Ir has to be seen, but it's worth bearing in mind that this is a buisness - rather than
a tourist - district.
Red district photos:
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Sunset in Bali (indonesia)
mysterious country with unique traditions
and interesting history. Visit this country
and you will change you mind about many aspects of life.
Nong Nooch Garden (Thailand)
Very popular place amond travellers. Nong nooch place you should to visit.
Nong nooch garden is about 10 miles from Pattaya.
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden has emerged as fascinating tourist destination renowned for its wide-ranging orchid species, a palm garden, great Zoo, various flowering and decorative plants from all corners of the world.
Burj Al Arab (Emirates)
The Burj al-Arab (Arabic: "Tower of the Arabs") is a luxury hotel in Dubai, the hotel soar to height of 321 m.
The Burj Al Arab hotel, Dubai is located on an artificial island, connected by a 280 metre bridge to the Jumeirah Beach Hotel.
Despite its size, the Burj al-Arab holds only 28 double-storey floors which accommodate 202 bedroom suites.
Mix of asian photoes:
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
As one of the few large public
squares in London, Trafalgar
Square has been a focus for
political demonstrations since it
was laid out in the 1820s. Most
days, however, it’s crowds of
pigeons that you’re more likely
to encounter, as they wheel
around the square hoping some
unsuspecting visitor will feed
them (it’s now, in fact, illegal to
do so, as they’ve been declared a
nuisance). Along with its
fountains, the square’s central
focal point is the deeply
patriotic Nelson’s Column,
which stands 170ft high and is
topped by a 17ft statue of the
one-eyed, one-armed admiral
who defeated the French at
Trafalgar. Nelson himself is
actually quite hard to see – not
so the giant bronze lions at the
base of the column, which
provide a popular photo
By night, when the big cinemas
and nightclubs are doing brisk
business and the buskers are
entertaining passers-by, Leicester
Square is one of the most
crowded places in London; on a
Friday or Saturday night, it can
seem as if half the youth of the
city’s suburbs have congregated
here, supplemented by a vast
number of tourists. By day,
queues form for theatre and
concert deals at the square’s
half-price ticket booth, while
clubbers hand out flyers to
likely looking punters.
It wasn’t until the midnineteenth
century that the
square began to emerge as an
entertainment zone, with
accommodation houses (for
prostitutes and their clients) and
music halls such as the grandiose
Empire and the Hippodrome
(just off the square), edifices
which survive today as cinemas
and discos. Cinema moved in
during the 1930s – a golden age
evoked by the sleek black lines
of the Odeon on the east side –
and maintains its grip on the
area.The Empire is the favourite
for big red-carpet premieres
and, in a rather halfhearted
imitation of the
there are even
indented into the
pavement of the square’s
People of Soho (photoshots from leicester square) :
Monday, March 26, 2007
Indonesia is an archipelago in Southeast Asia consisting of 17,000 islands (6,000 inhabited) and straddling the equator. The largest islands are Sumatra, Java (the most populous), Bali, Kalimantan (Indonesia's part of Borneo), Sulawesi (Celebes), the Nusa Tenggara islands, the Moluccas Islands, and Irian Jaya (also called West Papua), the western part of New Guinea. Its neighbor to the north is Malaysia and to the east is Papua New Guinea.
Languages in Indonesia:
Bahasa Indonesia (official, modified form of Malay), Dutch, English, local dialects, the Javanese is widely spoked.
Wander on Infinite beaches of Indonesia.
Surfing in indonesia is awesome. A lot of surfers
find their tide on the Cuta's beaches.
Posted by PJ rough at 8:54 AM
Walking on Prague streets, admiring ancient buildings and studying the menu of numerous cafes, you do not sweep up, how will fly by time, but do not forget the main thing - in Prague there are such places which it is necessary to visit and so many prague cityscapes to watch.
Sitting on coast of the river you will lead not one remarkable evening.
This is a photo of awesome sunset in prague.
Inhale the Prague air. Sit in beer, small restaurants which so it is a lot of in Prague. Drink some coffee with cinnamon, dipping in it traditional Czech donnats.
Feel yourself Happy in this wonderfall city.
Today I try to show you this city. Photo of Prague transfer only a small part of felling that you will feel in Prague.