The Largest salt lakes in the world
Salt lake should be called a mineral, as such are considered lakes with a salinity of more than 1 per mil (thousandth of). Most often the salt lake endorheic basin,…

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The Lake Ontario.
Lake Ontario is one of the five Great lakes of North America. It is the lowermost and is the smallest of them. From the North and the South-West, it is…

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otavalo

Ecuador: the Indian town of Otavalo and its surroundings. Love Klyuev, Private guide in Colombia

The journey from Quito to Otavalo is interesting not only because you “EN masse” to buy Souvenirs for all his family and friends — because it was in this Indian town is a huge market of decorative and craft products, is well known throughout Latin America.

Otavalo is interesting not only for the market! Here it is possible to see how South American Indians could “be built” in modern civilization and take its fruits, however, not lost their cultural identity and not become a tourist attraction.

In addition around Otavalo there are lots of scenic natural attractions: this is a eucalyptus forest and a light disposed therein Peguche waterfalls, and high mountain “black” lake Mojanda, and a beautiful volcano Imbabura, at the foot of which a lake, this time a normal blue but with shipping and lots of trout. It (the trout) is served here in the coastal restaurants.

Who likes hand-made, unusual clothes and interior items, that will be interesting to visit “wooden” the village of San Antonio or “leather” the village of Cotacachi, next to which is a very interesting Continue reading

Holiday to the lakes of Finland
Finland is located in Northern Europe and has all conditions for comfortable rest of tourists. At any time of the year, in this Northern country attracts many visitors to enjoy…

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The Lake - Nuclear - there are no birds singing, the trees are not in bloom
35 years ago, the taiga wilderness Cherdyn district, Perm region was rocked by a powerful nuclear explosion. The "mushroom" he saw the inhabitants of nearby villages for tens of kilometers.…

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