Queensland State, located in north eastern Australia, occupies roughly a quarter of the country and has a coastline of 4,598 miles along the South Pacific Ocean. Much of the coastline is sheltered by the world famous Great Barrier Reef, one of the 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Queensland. It has been identified as [...]
In the end of the year, everyone is doing these posts about all the places they visited in 2011 and I decided to be different and write three posts – my 24 favorite beaches of 2011, my favorite sunsets of 2011 and my misadventures of 2011.One of my obsessions is taking photos of sunsets, sunset [...]
Get to Hierve el AguaNatural wonder Hierve el Agua is one of those beautiful sites in the world most of us never heard of, including many Mexicans, too. I guess it is due to its location in the mountains of one of the poorest but most beautiful states of Mexico – Oaxaca. Situated about 70 [...]
In a post in the past I already said why I visited and liked San José Iturbide so much – mostly because of its people, beautiful nature and adrenaline sports you can do in places very close to the town. If you like emotions and adventure, check out this post. The diversity of the nature [...]
I was lucky enough to have an opportunity to visit the Lacan-ha Lacandon jungle and its inhabitants in Mexico. I was not familiar with the place called the ”Lacandon jungle” until I was offered a 3 day trip there back in May 2011. And it was one of the best experiences I had in Mexico. [...]
I still remember when I was sitting in a van from colorful Bonampak ruins back to Palenque, kind of jumping through Lacandon jungle because of the holes on the road and trying to write this post. Not easy. But I still remember it as if it was yesterday. I had an amazing experience in Mexico [...]
When visiting Dublin everyone who likes nature should take a couple of minutes to go to Howth cliff outside the city. You can walk both east and south sides of it and take some photos of the Baily lighthouse from 1814.The view of Dublin Bay to Dún Laoghaire is a must see. Prepare for the [...]
Location and History of Mayan ruins of Coba Just 44 km from Tulum ruins (the only Mexican ruins on the beach), another Mayan settlement used to stand. Coba in English and Cobá in Spanish means ruffled waters in Maya because of a couple of lakes very close. Due to the found pottery, we suppose that [...]
Unfortunately, Slovakia is not very well-known for its beautiful nature but it definitely should be. Besides my family and friends, our nature is what I miss the most from home when I’m traveling. My very favorite forest where I often go is in the volcanic Vihorlat mountains. The middle part of it is now a [...]
I love swimming. It is one of the few sports I do not have to force myself to. So when I got the chance to visit the biggest natural aquarium in the world, Xel-há, I did not hesitate a second. Xel-há (or Xel-ha, Xelha) is situated in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico, between Cancún and [...]
Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In 2010 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped traveling ever since. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos. Alex is also a raw vegan specialist, fitness health coach and yoga teacher.
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