Articles with tag: australia cruises

I decided to take one of the most interesting day trips from Queenstown - a tour of Milford Sound - the New Zealand's capital of the fjords. It takes about 2.5-3 hours on a winding mountain road, although the distance in a straight line from Queenstown to Milford Sound is only 80 kilometers. The...
Let's continue our tour of Kuala Lumpur (Kuala Lumpur and the Malaysian Grand Prix. P.1)! Kuala Lumpur has a butterfly park (Taman Rama) with a very large collection. Our next stop was a bird park which contains more than 200 species of the volatiles. Many birds freely wander on the...
Kuala Lumpur is a large metropolis, lying on a small area. Area of the city is only 250 square kilometers and a population - almost 3 million people. This is the National Palace - Istana Negara. Now it is the official residence of the King of Malaysia. The palace was built in 1928 by the Chinese...
The road in Dunedin - the New Zealand's gem - went along a quiet beautiful landscape - the blue sea, green grass and grazing sheep and cows all around. Maybe, this life is "gray, dull and tasteless" for someone, but for me it is "quiet, comfortable and safe".  There's a lot of...
This review is about the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga. Tourists visit Tonga to see Trilithon: mandala in the form of a mini-Stonehenge of three blocks: Everything apart from that attraction looks insane...) Tonga has never been colonized, so the locals still wear the festive national dress ta'...
Tasmania is similar to the one-storied America, but there are eucalyptus forests. The city of Hobart (population of 200,000) is located in the south of the island, and it looks like Alaska. The air temperature in Tasmania rarely rises above 24 ° C and never falls below zero. There are 2 draw...
Larnach Castle is situated not far from Dunedin. I recommend to visit it. First of all, because it is the only castle throughout New Zealand. In 1967, a young couple from Wellington - Margaret and Barry Barker - came here to spend their honeymoon and found this castle for sale....
Flying foxes (which are actually quite distant relatives of bats) occupy an ecological niche of pigeons in Australian cities. They are everywhere, from Sydney to Darwin . This is a coarser version of bats: they are much hairier and have no sonar. Whilst the aborigines in the Australian cities...
Australia is a dreamy country. Many people dream to get here. To see how people walk "upside down" because they live on the other side of the globe. It's impossible not to dream of this country with kangaroos wearing their babies in the pouch, with wild dingo and with amazing koala bears living on...
Let's continue our tour of the Bay of Islands (New Zealand. My Day in the Bay of Islands. P.1)! Dolphins were not long in coming. Sometimes dolphins swim up very close to the tourist boats and tourists manage to take pictures even with simple snapshot cameras. On the shore you...

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