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Danau Toba & Sipiso-PisoWaterfall The Island Of Sumatra. Off beaten tourist trails with their eternal herds of the German and Australian old ladies! Under a plane wing about something sings…

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The Most beautiful lakes in the world
The lake is beautiful: light mesmerizing ripples mirror-reflections of clouds on the water... there are millions of lakes, from tiny ponds to massive "freshwater seas", but some waters clearly stand…

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Lake fishing in Lithuania. Stay surrounded by nature

Fishing in Lithuania attracts many tourists. The lake district of Lithuania consists of 5 districts: Utena, Moletai, Aniksi, Ignalina and Zarasai. In Utena district is 185 lakes, in molėtai — more than 280 lakes in Animalscom — 76 lakes, in Ignalina — 279 lakes in Zarasai — more than 300 lakes. The numbers speak for themselves.

Lake fishing — it is primarily fishing for pike on spinning. In addition to pike in the lakes of Lithuania there are perch, bream, silver bream, Rudd, roach, tench, crucian carp, Chub, smelt, and burbot.

For fishing in Lithuania it is necessary to have state permission (license). which can be purchased via the Internet  or the PERLAS terminals. To buy permits will require the identification number (ID) of the citizen of Lithuania.

Some lakes are owned by local people. For fishing on these lakes license is not required. However, it is necessary to obtain the consent of the owners of the reservoir.

Fishing for guests staying in the estates

Almost all the estates of the Lake district offer fishing on the lakes. The hosts help to get a state fishing license, also hire fishing rods and boats, always ready to help with advice.

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Samara – Adler

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The tour program

On 3 may, the Time of departure local (Samara).

03:00 – Departure from Samara (Moscow highway, bus stop “Kirova”, next to the pavilion “Fireworks”). Map

03:15 – Samara stop “Mekhzavod”. Map

04:30 – departure from Togliatti all areas (Avtozavodskoe shosse, TC “Park house”, gathering under a large monitor);

04:50 – from the Komsomol area – stop “market” (street Thunder).

05:10 from Zhigulevsk (opposite the bus station, under the bridge).

06:30 – from Syzran (gathering of tourists near the cafe “Sunrise”, str Lokomobilnyh).

Next Moscow time.

Night crossing.

12:00 –Arrival in Abkhazia. The passage of the border.

14:30 – accommodation at the hotel «inter-Sukhum”. Free time. You can visit the Botanical garden, monkey nursery.

Breakfast.

09.00 – Sightseeing tour of the city of Sukhum – quay Muhajirs, the glory Park, the theatre square, the fountain with the griffins, Dranda Cathedral VI Ilor temple of St. George, the Moscow Cathedral of the X century Echerche gorge.

New Athos with a visit to new Athos monastery of St. Simon Kananitskogo monastery, visit to the grotto of Simon, Perchinski waterfall, Swan pond

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The Most dangerous lake on the Planet – materials on the environment

The title of this article may seem rather strange, because the water in our understanding has always been a symbol of life. However, the errors of nature or careless of human activity has made some lakes in different parts of the planet into dangerous objects.

LAKE KIVU (CONGO)

The picturesque lake that is of interest to scientists around the world, due to the danger posed by this natural object. Under the layer of water stored huge deposits of carbon dioxide and methane formed by bacteria that turns the water body into a bomb with delayed action. Earthquake or volcanic activity will cause dangerous ingredients will mix and the lake will explode and this will lead to the deaths of around 2 million local residents.

MONOUN, CAMEROON

Moon, as well as Kivu is volatile. Carbon dioxide emissions from the lake in 1984 resulted in the deaths of 37 people.

NWAS (CAMEROON)

Near Mono lake Nwas, similar in the degree of its danger for all living things. Giant carbon dioxide emissions in 1986 led to the explosion of the lake and the deaths of several thousand local residents as a result of poisonous gas. The lake is dangerous and now, a minimal shift of the earth’s crust and volcanic activity can lead to a new explosion Continue reading