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240 kilometers south of Australia is an amazing piece of paradise – the island of Tasmania. From the west it is washed by the waters of the Indian Ocean, and from the east by the waters of the Tasman Sea. The island covers an area of only about 70 kilometers and can be traveled around in a few days.
The abundance of vegetation on this mysterious and distant island is striking. Endless eucalyptus, pine forests, cypresses, southern beech and rare species of mosses, lichens occupy most of it. Over eighty species of orchids alone grow here! Continue reading
Zanzibar is an island and at the same time the name of an entire archipelago in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa. It is located just 35 kilometers from the mainland. The resort has a lot of advantages: a very rich cultural heritage of the ancestors, the cleanest ocean, animal diversity. All the best beaches are located in the south and southeast of Zanzibar, while nightlife and entertainment prevail in the northern part. The capital of the entire archipelago is the city of Stone Town. Continue reading
The popular series of annual tourist guides, or Le Guide Michelin (Michelin Guide), offers an overview of European hotels and restaurants, awarding them distinctive Michelin stars. The first guidebook was published by André Michelin in 1900 and distributed free of charge for over twenty years. Since 1926, the distinctive stars have become part of the Michelin guide tradition, where initially the best restaurants were recognized, but later excellence in other areas was also recognized. Continue reading