Articles with tag: Nikolkaya

Santiago is the first city during my trip to South America. It’s modern, almost European, but with a hint of the colonial past. However, the guide promises to see a "charm, which can’t be found anywhere else in South America." I think I did not catch it. Probably because I stayed there only...
Here is some information about the cruise on  "Brilliance of the Seas"  of  Royal Caribbean International . The route of the cruise was the following: Dubai - Oman - Fujairah - Bahrain - Abu Dhabi - Dubai. It's not easy to show a huge 13-deck liner, but I'll try. Let'...
A sea volcano woke up in either 1350, or 1500 BC. It spat ashes and threw out tons of pumice. The explosion hit almost  38 sq. miles (100 sq. km) of land at the bottom of the sea, forming the largest existing caldera, which raised a huge, 688 foot (210 meters) tall wave that destroyed the...
"Santorini is definitely the most impressive island from a variety of sights in Greece. The beauty of this island is admirable. It’s wild, unearthly, created by a volcano, which is burning in a gulf in the middle of the island, like a black monster that has plunged a part of its body into the...
Apart from the private pools, there were beaches in  Santorini ! There were white, red and black beaches! I didn't have time to visit them all, so I only visited one. It was a beach with black lava sand and pumice. There was a quad bike rental stall for 10 Euros (as of...
Here’s a short review about my trip to  Santorini  that dispels any beliefs that I was solely eating lobster, squid, riding a quad bike in the mountains, lying on a sun bed, drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes. This was a local braised squid stuffed with vegetables. A tastier...
Here are views of the almost abandoned outskirts of  Santorini . Pyrgos was the capital till 1800. Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Zoozi
Here we are in charming  San Juan,  the capital of Puerto Rico. By the way, there was some confusion with these names. Initially, when Columbus landed on the island in November 1493, during his second voyage to the shores of America, the Spaniards named the island San Juan...
Valparaiso  is a maze of winding streets, colorful houses, and old wooden elevators. There were 17 hills around the bay. The sea, the smell of fresh fish and port locals all made for a charming city! Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Olesya Zhukova
There are several thousands of rabbits per person... Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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