The Dark Blue Bottom Of An Iceberg That Just Rolled Over

This happens when the bottom half of the iceberg pushes UP, and the top of the iceberg pushes DOWN. And of course due to the irregular shape of the iceberg, these up and down forces aren’t at all symmetrical radially. So when the top melts that means it no longer pushes downward as much, and the bottom half now pushes upwards more than the top pushes downward, and the unsymmetrical upward force rolls the iceberg onto its side in order for the bottom half to push its way upwards.


Top 7 Underwater Wonders of the World

Many years ago, before huge earthquakes and flood, these cities were amazing places to live and to see. All of them represent significant archaeological findings in recent history. The others are in some way more mysterious in origin. All of the keep some secrets that we may never know. Many people trying to find some secrets while they are scuba diving and while they enjoy in underwater world.

Cleopatra’s Alexandria, Egypt

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The End Of The World – Australia

These are the Nullabor Cliffs that stretch between Western and South Australia. Makes up most of the Great Australian Bight. The name comes from the words Null and Arbor, because the area is virtually treeless.

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Teotihuacan Pyramids

Teotihuacan  also written Teotihuacán, was a pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city located in the Basin of Mexico, 30 miles (48 km) northeast of modern day Mexico City, which is today known as the site of many of the most architecturally significant Mesoamerican pyramids built in the pre-Columbian Americas.

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World Largest Miniature Airport

Miniatur Wunderland, with its small-scale model trains and landscapes, is one of Hamburg’s biggest tourist attractions. This month, it unveiled its latest addition: the world’s largest miniature airport goes into operation following 6 years of development and construction and an investment of $5 million.

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The 10 Nature Photos You Won’t Believe Are Real

These amazing nature is the best idea for this year travel destinations. Many people can’t visit all of them this year, but they can pick one for which they think is the best to see.

1. Rainbow eucalyptus trees

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Simple Straight Forward Booking

The thought of a summer holiday is very exciting, but the booking of one is a little less so. If you are used to having to traipse into the high-street and sit for hours looking through brochures of identical holidays, it can be a bit mundane. However, in contrast the internet is generally the quickest and most efficient way to book. It takes a fraction of the time compared to going into a traditional shop and flicking through the brochures. The additional bonus is that online companies do not have the overheads that shops do therefore they are usually cheaper to buy from.

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Top 10 Places You Never Thought You Could Afford: 2013 edition

For some famous travel destinations, a reputation precedes them. That is the reason why they are so inaccessible, expensive and out of reach for many tourists. But don’t worry, because time is changing. Places like Hawaii, New Zealand, and even China are becoming easier to get to, and you can find some really great deals for your travel trip. So, here are the 10 destinations that just might be more affordable than you think. All you need to do is to is to look for some great deals for one of these locations and you will be very happy.



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Top 10 Countries With the Best Holiday Entitlements

It’s that time of year again, when workers go on leave, businesses shut down and the general work-life balance scale dips toward “social.” But employees in some countries have it especially good, with generous government-mandated holiday entitlements.

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Roraima: Venezuela


The climate of Roraima is tropical with an annual mean temperature of 78.8°F (26C). The state’s southern part is located in the Amazon rainforest, while the north has open grassland fields, and there is a small strip of savanna to the east. The state is rich in mineral deposits – especially gold, diamonds, cassiterite, bauxite, marble and copper. This is a world of strange valleys, the ground under your feet carpeted in quartz crystals, gorges with fissures tens of meters deep, swirling mist which suddenly clear to reveal incredible views, bizarre rock amphitheaters clothed with strange lichen and mosses, apparently stark rock outcrops suddenly revealing amazing lush meadows, bathing pools with fairy gardens of strange flora and fauna, caverns, rivers and waterfalls. [Read more...]