Articles with tag: Sergey Dolya

Punta Arenas is the capital of Chilean Patagonia and the closest city to the South Pole. I've already been in Punta Arenas since many expeditions to Antarctica start exactly here. However, this time there was no rush and I was able to explore the city's life more closely. There were mayoral...
This is the end of my cruise to the Western Caribbean. We visited the United States, Mexico, Honduras, Belize, and the Bahamas. And I want to tell you the story about the cruise itself. To show you the ship from inside, her corridors and cabins, to tell about the cruise life. If you have not...
Today you will plunge into the magical atmosphere of the endless holiday. If you think that in the sea you will have time to feel bored, sunbathe or read a book, then you are mistaken. The entertainment program schedule is so busy and interesting that you'll literally have to decide between...
Have you ever been on a cruise? Today you'll have a virtual tour around the ship. You will see it from the inside, will live passengers' life, and will take part in many contests, competitions, and other entertainment... When boarding a cruise ship, you have to demonstrate ...
Our cruise ship was being under construction during 18 months and it cost the Holland-America Line Company 445 million dollars. To be honest, I thought that the liner of this size and with such a rich trim would be much more expensive. But in fact its price turned out to be equal to the price of...
There were very few places to visit in  Malta , so there wasn't a lot to do except walk around and contemplate life. I liked the Maltese houses and their doors, which for some reason were painted in harsh and contrasting colors. Below are few examples of such doors.   Author:...
Imagine that you go on a free cruise on the largest ship in the world. Inside, there’s a megacity of entertainment and services, and all is for free. Is that a fantasy? Yes. But one day, when there is a parade of planets, the company is launching a new ship, and this fairy tale becomes reality....
The word "limestone" is a perfect description of  the Malta island b ecause the whole archipelago consists of it. There were no pathways or waterfront zones around the island, only lifeless cliffs of volcanic rock. Beaches could be found in small lagoons. I was here in the winter, so...
The Maltese archipelago consists of three main islands. The largest one is shares the name of the republic, the second smaller one is named Gozo, and the third, Camino, is very small and lifeless; there’s no point visiting it.  The entire  Republic of Malta can be depicted in...
Just imagine a city with a population of 5,700 people - this number includes the entire population of  Valletta , the capital of  Malta . However, there are many other cities and suburbs around  Valletta;  the boundaries between it are rather conventional and blurred,...

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