Category Archives: Virtual tours

Hula Hula Beach bar, Hvar, Croatia

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If it’s good enough for JAY-Z and Beyoncé, who both stopped by for drinks in early September this year, it’s good enough for a top 50.

At Hula Hula deck chairs rest against the Adriatic sea offering views of the stunning Croatian sunset. Come 5 p.m. this bar turns into a massive dance party featuring live DJs, dance parties, table dancing and Grand Prix-style Champagne showers.

Pelican Bar, Jakes Treasure Beach, Jamaica

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When a place claims to have “the best cocktails in the sea” it’s easier to be cynical. But Pelican Bar really could have the best, because it really is in the sea.

Part of the Jakes Treasure Beach resort, the Pelican is built out on a shoal requiring a short boat ride for a visit.

Latvia – the singing lands


Latvia is the central country of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania).
Latvia is a small country on the Baltic Sea with the ancient history and traditions. There are many interesting tourist sights which will attract everyone.

Mongolia travel guide


Mongolia is a landlocked country located between China and Russia. It is a vast emptiness that links land and sky, and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. The Republic of Mongolia consists of historic Outer Mongolia. The province of Inner Mongolia is geographically separate and located to the south in China. [by wikitravel]

Best of Australia – where to go

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One of the nation’s most spectacular drives, the Great Ocean Road in built into steep seaside cliffs in Victoria. Spectacular sights along the way include the famous Twelve Apostles and various shipwrecks.

It is also home to the most popular surf coast of Victoria, with its beaches often deserted.

Karahunj (Carahunge) or Zorats Karer – One of the oldest observatories in the world

Karahunj (Carahunge) or Zorats Karer - One of the olest observatories in the world

Carahunge or Karahundj, Zorakarer (Zorats Karer) is 3, 500 years older than England’s Stonehenge and 3, 000 years older than the Egyptian pyramids.

The total area of the observatory in Armenia is 7 hectares. According to the scientist’s findings, a temple consisting of 40 stones built in honor of the Armenians’ main God, Ari, meaning the Sun, is situated in the central part of Carahunge (Karahunj or Zorats Karer). Besides the temple, it had a large and developed observatory, and also a university that makes up the temple’s wings.