It is said that India is a country of extremes. A country of unearthly beauty – and at the same time very dirty. Nature, where there is no soul – and the city with the most dense traffic. Rich people own countless treasures, and the poor literally swell with hunger. Actresses in Indian films are seductive, but at the same time it’s more conservative to look for a country in India!
It is because of this conservatism that women traveling to rest or work in India should learn the Indian social norms and learn about Indian culture so that the trip there becomes as safe as possible. Continue reading
Zanzibar is an island and at the same time the name of the whole archipelago in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa. It is located only 35 kilometers from the mainland. The resort has a lot of advantages: a very rich cultural heritage of their ancestors, the cleanest ocean, animal diversity. All the best beaches are arranged in the south and southeast of Zanzibar, and nightlife and entertainment prevail in the northern part. The capital of the entire archipelago is the city of Stone Town.
Just a few decades ago, young romantic tourists came here with backpacks and tents, lived in unity with nature. And now, right next to the coast, hotels have been built and hotels from three stars and above. But the youth’s romantic mood did not go away, so the area for wild relaxation remained in the very north of the island. Continue reading
Kaliakra is a long narrow cape in the southeastern part of the Dobrudzhan plateau. The coast of the cape is distinguished by sheer cliffs, almost vertically hanging over the sea – their height reaches 70 m.
Kaliakra is a natural and archaeological reserve where you can observe dolphins, cormorants and pinnipeds in the natural habitat. It also presents the remains of fortified walls, a water supply system, a bathhouse and the residence of the ruler of the Dobrudjan despotate Dobrotits, who at one time moved the capital here from Kavarna.
The fortress of the same name of the late XIV century became a symbol of this place after it played a decisive role in the naval battle of 1791 between the Russian and Turkish fleets. This battle determined the success of Russian soldiers in the Russo-Turkish war.
Also at the very tip of the cape is a small chapel of St. Nicholas. Continue reading