What you need to know about Bali
PR is a great power. Once created, the image sits firmly in the mind. And nothing, that it does not correspond to reality, the advertisement has fulfilled its task. But the more frustrating is when reality completely destroys the myth. What does he know about Bali who has never been there before? Paradise island with impeccable beaches and cheap seafood. The land of ancient temples and traditional crafts. In a word, a dream in a beautiful glossy cover. But is it really so?
Where to stay?
You are met by Denpasar Airport. So you want to plunge into the waters of the Indian Ocean as soon as possible, but first you need to decide on a stopping place for living. Kuta is the estate of surfers. Large ocean waves crashing along the surf line, boiling with white foam. For bathing conditions are not entirely suitable. And Kuta itself is a rather fussy place with a lot of traffic, an abundance of shopping centers with unreasonably high prices. Continue reading
Kyrenia – an unforgettable vacation in Cyprus
When visiting North Cyprus for the first time, Kyrenia will be a great place to stay. This historic city is located on the northern coast of Cyprus, and its life is concentrated around the unique port, or, as it is called here, Harbor, where you will be surrounded by various cafes and restaurants on the one hand and swinging fishing boats and ships on the other. As in all popular Mediterranean resorts, travelers can spend quite a lot of money on a chic hotel room in five-star Kyrenia hotels, but the cost spent on the trip can easily be compared to a surprisingly good value for money.
Any budget for a trip to the resort of Kyrenia begins with the choice of one of two ways to fly to Cyprus: using a direct flight to Ercan Airport in Northern Cyprus, which will include a transfer at the Turkish airport or crossing the border of Cyprus, or taking a direct flight to Larnaca Airport in Republic of Cyprus (southern half), which usually means shorter flight times. Continue reading
ISLAND SAN ANDRES
230 km east of Nicaragua and 750 km northwest of Cartagena (Spanish Cartagena), located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, there is a small archipelago of San Andres and Providencia (Spanish San Andres y Providencia archipielago). The archipelago consists of several dozen coral atolls, concentrated around the 3 largest islands: tranquil Providencia, romantic secluded Santa Catalina (Spanish Isla de Santa Catalina) and wonderful San Andres (Spanish Isla de San Andres).
Although coral San Andres is geographically located closer to Nicaragua, officially it belongs to Colombia.
The island is small and elongated: 12.5 km in length, 3 km in width. The length of the ring road along its coast is about 30 km. Continue reading