As we arrive in El Chaltén, steppes seem to be replaced by forests. Mountain rise high up into the sky. But the wind stays the same. Tourists love El Chaltén for beautiful nature. Glaciers, mountains, lagoons, waterfalls, and forests. Great temptation to take a walk to. Moreover, you can drink right from a river or a lake.
One of the wealthiest countries in the world offers amazing nature. Today we visit Esch-sur-Alzette, mere 15 kilometers from the capital of Luxembourg. This town is also gateway to the area known as Redrock.
Before it became the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur had been founded as a humble mining city in the 1950s. Today, it is a fast-growing city beloved by tourists. The Tamils, Chinese, Malayan and indigenous people are the main ethnicities living there.
Arezzo is located mere 80 kilometers south of Florence. Yet this one is a destination often overlooked by tourists.
The Everglades National Park is situated down in Florida's south which sees high tourist traffic. We are no exception. The entire area is listed in UNESCO's World Heritage Site list. This park is at low altitude. Vast marshalnds which cover most of park's area are typical for this region. Home in there are aligators and crocodilles for which marshlands is a natural habitat.
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Have you ever heard of gannets? These blue-eyed sea birds who come unbelievably fast head down right into the ocean to catch their food. I have been always fascinated by them when I saw them in nature documentaries. I managed to get a close look at them on Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand.
The further south we get, the worse the weather is. Constant wind, clouds crossing the sky, and cold. There are almost no cars to hitch. But we try our luck still.
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