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Ibiza Tourist Information

The two most salient aspects of Ibiza, biodiversity and culture bring to his declaration of World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The Carthaginians were the ones who founded the ancient Ibosim early as 654 BC In little more than a century, the...

Tour to Berlin Germany Day1

Guten Tag! Circus Hostel €57 – 3 Nights The Circus Hostel is a home away from home for backpackers and independent travellers, right in the heart of Berlin. They have everything from dorm beds to penthouse studios with panoramic views of the city. You can rent a bike or...

Ibiza Spain Parties and Events

Ibiza Spain Events, See theater, attend class concerts, to festivals employers, to poetry recitals (Cloister of the City) and countless exhibitions or art shows, that occur during each season in different museums like the Museum of Art Contemporary, what else? … whole body felt the Jazz Festival, in Dalt...

Sunrise at Norway

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Loch Lomond, The Watershed unwinds

Half way through his epic Scottish Watershed walk, We arrives in the Highlands After thirty days walking along or close to the Scottish Watershed, I’m just over half way as I write this (appropriately the actual point is ‘somewhere on Carn Liath’), I now have a sense of how...

Echoes of nature South Tyrol Italy

King of the Alps I stood in Reinhold Messner’s Juval Castle home (and museum of sorts) high in the Val Venosta, glancing between a statue of a Tibetan Yogi to the caption pasted on the wall. Milarepa (1052-1135), it said, was often depicted with his hand cupped behind his...

Ben More Coigach, hills in Scotland

Coigach lies just north of Ullapool, beyond Ardmair where an extensive wall of weathered Torridonian sandstone commands the northern shore of the bay, an ancient relic of one of the most ancient land masses in the world. Below the sandstone lies a platform of crumpled Lewisian gneiss, said to...

Stac pollaidh Scotland “perfect miniature”. On first viewing it make

Stac pollaidh could be described as the ‘perfect miniature’. On first viewing it makes you gasp. Some years ago there were huge erosion problems on this wonderful little mountain. Some 30,000 people were visiting it every year, although comparatively few reached the actual summit which requires a bit of scrambling skill. I remember...

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