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Otemanu Peak, Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Holidays to Bora Bora

Bora Bora is the second largest island on the French Polynesia after Tahiti. Bora Bora is located 240km northwest from Tahiti. On Bora Bora are located the most beautiful and most expensive hotels in French Polynesia. The warm weather with minimal temperature differences between day and night and only a...

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Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall is the world’s biggest mall. Beside it there is the world’s highest skyscraper on the Earth-Burj Khalifa. On a surface of 1.200.000 sq ft there are 1200 shops, rink on which games can be set, the world’s biggest close aquarium (it is a home of above 33.000 fishes...

all inclusive resorts -Vatulele Island Resort

Most Luxury All Inclusive Resorts

All inclusive resorts -Vatulele Island Resort  Vatulele Island Resort is an informal resort in Fiji. On this island is strictly forbidden to use modern clothing, money and papers, all invited guests should walk barefoot. This mysterious island has a beautiful cave with underground lakes, beautiful sandy beaches and cliffs. The Vatulele...

mauritius holidays

Mauritius Holiday

Mauritius Island in the Indian Ocean is located on the east of Madagascar. Most of the island Mauritius is surrounded by coral reefs. The capital of Mauritius is Port Louis. Mauritius is a volcanic island of lagoons and palm trees, beaches and coral reefs that surround most of its coastline....

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French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a big archipelago including the Marquesas Islands also, the Austral Islands and the Gambier, Tuamotu. The islands of French Polynesia are real mystery for the Pacific Ocean. These 118 little islands are one of the most popular summer resorts and with a peaceful place for rest are...

glass beach fort bragg california

Glass Beach Fort Bragg California

Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, California, USA. In the first half of the 20th century on the territory where this beach is located today, there was a landfill.   In the 60s the landfill was closed, but the garbage stayed there. Broken glass, plastic, were all around the beach under the sun....