Palawan is one of the best getaway destinations in the Philippines for its natural attractions including the tranquil turquoise-green waters of its orchid-lined limestone walled lagoons. Come relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of exploring these wonders.
The annual migration of wildebeest, zebras and other species of wildlife between the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya takes place between July and October each year. This is one of natures greatest spectacles. Book your seats now!
Fun Facts that may astonish you about #Cuba :
Cuba actually possesses one of the best healthcare systems anywhere in the world!
Schooling, health care, and food are all promptly available without cost to any Cuban citizen.
The Cuban population love baseball. Baseball means as much to Cuba as Soccer does to Europe and Columbia!
Cuba is the habitat of the Bee Hummingbird acknowledged as the world's tiniest bird.
The famous writer Ernest Hemingway wrote "The Old Man and the Sea," and "For Whom the Bell Tolls," while living in Cuba.
Cuba is frequently referred to as El Cocodrilo, which means alligator in Spanish. This is because the aerial view of Cuba bears resemblance to the actual form of an alligator.
The Trevi Fountain is one of the top attractions in Rome and one of the most famous fountains in the world. Trevi fountain, like all great pieces of art, tells a story. In the centre of the fountain is a statue of Oceanus, standing under a triumphal arch. His chariot is being pulled by two sea horses, one wild and one docile, representing the opposing moods of the sea. Left of the arch is the statue of Abundance. The statue of Health stands right of the arch. The four statues at the top symbolize: Abundance of Fruits- holding a horn of plenty, Fertility of Crops- holding ears of wheat, Products of Autumn- holding a cup and bunches of grapes, Joy of Prairie and Gardens- adorned with flowers. Daily thousands of visitors make their way to the Fontana di Trevi. When the fountain is open roughly €3,000 is thrown into it every day as people follow the tradition of throwing coins over their shoulders. The legend holds that a coin thrown into the fountain will ensure a return to Rome. This tradition also dates back to the ancient Romans who often threw coins in water to make the gods of water favor their journey or help them get back home safely. (Throw in a second coin if you’re seeking love – even a third for wedding bells!) What many don’t know is that the coins are collected every night and given to an Italian charity called Caritas. Caritas, in turn, use the money for a supermarket program giving rechargeable cards to Rome’s needy to help them get groceries. Perhaps for just that reason, it’s illegal to fish out coins from the fountain. For your convenience and guidance, I’d love to help you plan your trip to Rome so be sure to pick up the phone and call me or send me an email. . #travelgram#wanderlust#wegotoworld#jetsetter#melanintravel#womentravel #workhardtravelwell#blackgirlstravel#soultravel#travelinspiration#travel #worldtraveler#travelnoire#luxurytraveler#travelgoals#nuwavetravel#instatravel #vacation#tourism#traveling#trip#travelwithus#travelblogger#travelphotography#traveltheworld#seetheworld#travelholic#traveladdict#travelislife#travelbug
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Where to Stay and What to Do in Guadeloupe: Do you love seafood? Thrive on adventure travel? Enjoy your toes in the sand? This is the place for you! Click the link in our bio for the full run down. #nuwavetravel