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CZ: Prague Bridges VII. - Štefánik Bridge
Published: 24.2.2012
Today we will describe you one of the youngest Prague bridges.

Nepal XIII: Dharamsala
Published: 22.2.2012
After two and a half days in the village Samdo we had to, though quite reluctant, leave and go to Dharamsala, which is the last stop before the saddle. Due to my cold I went quite slowly and Zuzka with Milan adapted me, but I think, they didn't mind. We left the crowds of tourists to pass us and then we felt more relaxed.

CZ: Prague's Bridges VI. - Hlávka's Bridge
Published: 17.2.2012
The sixth part about Prague's bridges belongs to that one, which is Holešovice and Florenc district.

Nepal XII: Samdo, another acclimatization
Published: 15.2.2012
The peak of our trek came on and we found ourselves at an altitude of nearly four kilometres altitude. Village Samdo therefore has become our habitat for the next two days, which we wanted to spend with acclimatizing.

Thailand: Krabi Province
Published: 11.2.2012
Emerald islands scattered in the Andaman Sea, mysterious caves with 3000 years old paintings on the island of Ban Tho BHO or slender and tall karsts formations, towering waves of the azure sea. The province of Krabi in southern Thailand's most popular harbours several places across the country and ranks as the sites where you will visit every year a huge amount of visitors.

CZ: Prague Bridges V. - Legion Bridge
Published: 10.2.2012
Bridge that remembers the visit of Emperor Franz Joseph I, after which he's got a memorable nickname Old Procházka (Walk). What is the history of this Prague's buildings?

Nepal XI: The First Acclimatization Trip
Published: 8.2.2012
Samagoan village lies at an altitude of three and a half thousand meters and became the place from which we decided to go to the first acclimatization trip.

Thailand - Paradise On Earth
Published: 4.2.2012
Lovely Thailand each year of its beauty lures millions of tourists. They are looking there primarily the gently arms of the Andaman and South China Sea, many of them have just as easily fail Thai inland, high mountains with tropical forest, smiling Thai girls or mystical Buddhist temples.

CZ: Prague Bridges IV. - Railway Bridge
Published: 3.2.2012
How did they construct the iron structure standing under Vyšehrad? Railway bridge (sometimes called a "Vyšehradský") is the fourth bridge over the Vltava river in Prague. It connects the banks of the Vltava near Výtoň under Vyšehrad and Smíchov district.

Nepal X: Samagoan
Published: 1.2.2012
A trip to a Buddhist Monastery in Lho, where we attended a ceremony of prayer by using music, was really successful. When we went down in a good mood, ate ordered breakfast and because we refrain longer in the monastery longer than originally planned, we had also a lunch. About 12.30 pm we went to Samagoan village (3530 m a. s. l.).

Maldives II: Ari Atoll
Published: 28.1.2012
Ari Atoll is a large, circular lagoon, which from stand out the sea dozens of picturesque islands. The locals say that water is the bluest of the planet and group of divers who literally love Ari atoll could confirm it.

CZ: Prague Bridges III. - Jiráskův Bridge
Published: 27.1.2012
Another from important Prague bridges connects two beautiful historic district of the capital.

Nepal IX: Visit The Monastery Under Manaslu
Published: 25.1.2012
After a night spent in the loggia in the village Ghap we should go for long trip and therefore we got up early. On the way back was a lot of the sacred mani. Sometimes we met a poor Nepalese children and Zuzana gave to some of them the pens. We met first yak caravan and dzopke, carrying its cargo from Tibet. Dzopke is a cross between a cow and a yak.

Maldives I: Atoll Malé
Published: 21.1.2012
Atoll is probably the most famous atoll of Maldives. Together with Ari Atoll is also the most visited, what him not in the least detract from the beauty. On one of the many islands and Male is the capital of Maldives, how else than Malé.

Nepal VIII: Mani
Published: 18.1.2012
Sixth day of our trek, we got up at six o'clock in the morning and after perfecting Tibetan pancakes, we set off at seven. Soon we came to Deng, the village, which should be our rest house, and had the tea there on the unfinished balcony.

Maldives I: Paradise Island
Published: 14.1.2012
When the volcano blows up in the sea and becomes a small island, it can around her begin to create a coral reef. The sea must be in those places warm and clean, the coral else fails. And that is exactly what happened long ago in the Maldives.

Nepal VII: The First Mountain 7thousand Meters High In Sight
Published: 11.1.2012
In the morning after the first night spent in the National Park Manaslu, we said good bye to compatriots and started on our way. The path before us ran great many small and large lizards. In one village we passed, we saw the last banana tree, that hasn't grown higher.

Nepal VI: Pleasant Encounter
Published: 4.1.2012
There was a fourth day trek around eight-thousand Manaslu. This beautiful mountain was still far away. I didn’t feel happy to leave the village Dobhan, which I liked so much. Limited by time but we could not stay longer, so we had to continue.

United Kingdom: Hever Castle
Published: 2.1.2012
Among the most visited castles in Great Britain is traditionally Hever Castle. Thanks for its glorious history, but undoubtedly also because it lies almost on the way to London.

Nepal V: Wandering Cross Nepalese Villages
Published: 28.12.2011
After a hot and almost sleepless night in tents in the village Lidingö we were both broken, but not be helped - we had to go on. March of the previous day was relatively easy, but now the terrain has changed and has become quite demanding, because continually alternated steep climb with a steep descent, with an overall prevalence of climb, mostly on the stairs.

Great Britain: Folkestone - Gateway To The Island
Published: 26.12.2011
The town of Folkestone in the past few important fishing village on the coast of the Channel (sometimes called the Dover Strait). Change came to the early 19th century, when there built railway station and the port through which the ferries trains were directed to the European mainland (to the French port of Boulogne).

Nepal IV: The First Day Of The Trek
Published: 21.12.2011
Entry point to trek around eight-thousand high Manaslu is the village called Agurhat. We arrived here after a strenuous journey by bus was dark and we had some time to look for accommodation. The first place where we asked was already full, but we soon got free room in a small hotel (loggia) and could be accommodated.

Bosnia And Herzegovina: Mostar Mysterious Rises From The Ashes As The Phoenix
Published: 19.12.2011
City, where man gets confused feelings. Charming markets, and yet beautiful architecture alien to us, the people who live by other values than we do, treacherous slippery stone walkways in the alleys or gloomy atmosphere that didn´t melt away even after so many years since the war. All this can be experienced in a town that seemed to not exceed the threshold of the 21st century.

Nepal III. - Drive On Trek
Published: 14.12.2011
On the departure day trek around Manaslu we have with our guide Hari met at the bus station. Hari is 38 years old and nationalities Gurung. Although I read that these people live mainly in the Annapurna area, Hari said that his native village is situated in the Everest.

Nepal II: Kathmandu
Published: 7.12.2011
The journey from Prague to Kathmandu was quite lengthy and tedious. First, we had two long transfers, and secondly we had to undergo in Delhi incredible safety procedures.

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