The Turks and Caicos Islands are the UK-dependent territories in the Caribbean. As the name implies, these are two groups of islands with a total number of about 30, but only 8 of them are constantly inhabited.
The most popular holiday is on the island of Providenciales (Provo), the white beaches of which are often included in the ratings of the best beaches in the world.
The islands also attract divers from all over the world who seek to see one of the largest coral reefs on the planet.
Geographical location of Turks and Caicos Islands Continue reading
What is the connection between the world famous opera singer Montserrat Caballe and the spiritual center of the Catalan – Mount Montserrat? The Catalan tradition is such that every third girl is given the second name “Montserrat”, believing that this is a guarantee of future happiness and protection under the wing of the Holy Virgin. In this story, we share our impressions of visiting an amazing place in Spain – Montserrat Mountain, as well as tips, using which you will not make our mistakes.
This tour was, as they say, “for a snack” in our travel plan for Spain, on the last day before flying back to Russia. I must say that after traveling to Barcelona, the Salvador Dali Museum in Figueiros and several other towns of impressions were already over the edge, you can say too much. Therefore, we decided that an afternoon excursion to Montserrat would be quite enough, because on the last day I really wanted to Continue reading
Where there are Mexicans – there is Mexico
Felipe Calderon, President of Mexico
The flag of Mexico As a place where a wonderful vacation can be combined with unique informative excursions, Mexico is unparalleled. Outlandish nature, beautiful beaches and snow volcanoes, a rich history with archaeological sites of the Aztecs and Mayans, colonial palaces, many heavenly corners rich in warmth of gentle waves and friendly residents …
Geographical position of Mexico
Mexico (United Mexican States, Estados Unidos Mexicanos) is located between the United States, Guatemala and Belize, on the isthmus connecting North America with South. In the west, Mexico is washed by the Pacific Ocean, in the east – by the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Continue reading