Shark attacks: in which countries do they attack more often
After the bloody events in the fall of 2010 in Egypt and in the summer of 2011 on the Russian Far Eastern beaches, where ordinary vacationers became victims of sharks,…

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The five most dangerous animal species on our planet
Of the dangers of an animal living far away from our home, we often judge by books read in childhood and memorable cartoons. The five most dangerous animal species on…

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Snorkeling in Eilat
Eilat is the southern city of Israel, washed by the waters of the Aqaba Bay of the Red Sea. The resort is suitable for year-round recreation, as the temperature never…

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Prices for food and souvenirs in Koh Samui

In Thailand, there is a cult of food. There is hardly any other country in the world with so many food outlets per quarter. Siamese culinary specialists over the centuries not only created their dishes, but also accumulated the experience of their neighbors. Having borrowed the best from the field of gastronomy, they created real masterpieces that can please the taste buds of the most picky gourmets.

Although food is not the main expense item in Thai resorts, it will not be out of place to figure out how much to take with you when traveling to the paradise island of Koh Samui.

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122 days in a barrel: how the 72-year-old Frenchman crossed the Atlantic

In one of his tales, the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin wrote: “A cloud is in the sky, a barrel is sailing in the sea …”. And it seems that traveling on water in such an unusual way can only be a figment of the imagination of the light of Russian literature. And it is unlikely that Pushkin himself or his contemporaries could have suggested that after two centuries, one brave Frenchman will be able to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a barrel in almost half a year.

In fairness, it should be clarified that attempts to cross the Atlantic on what is not quite adapted for such a difficult journey were earlier. So, in 1952, the French physician, biologist and traveler Alain Bombard crossed the ocean in an ordinary inflatable boat. Moreover, this daredevil went swimming without food, Continue reading

Gava, Spain
Located between Barcelona and Sitges, the seaside town of Gava and the tourist district of Gava Mar, which is an integral part of it, are considered to be an elite…

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The best nudist beaches in the world
Many women and some men tend to get a uniform tan without white marks from a swimsuit. To achieve such a tan, you can go to a nudist beach, where…

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Prices for food and souvenirs in Koh Samui
In Thailand, there is a cult of food. There is hardly any other country in the world with so many food outlets per quarter. Siamese culinary specialists over the centuries…

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Brazilian Carnivals and Carnival in Rio de Janeiro
Brazil is rightfully considered a country of carnivals, many of its cities host their own carnivals, but one of the most famous in the world and the most spectacular, of…

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