Imagine seeing the bright blue waters, so that the bottom can be seen, it was so clean and crystal clear waters. Blue Lake in New Zealand called the clearest lake in the world. Wow!
Blue Lake is a small lake in the Nelson Lakes National Park, close to the southern alps in New Zealand. But according to research conducted by the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), the clarity of the lake can be seen from up to 80 meters.
The purple blue color is a color that can only be seen in the waters that is really clear. Actually, Blue Lake is an area of the two lakes gleyser meeting. Possibilities is what makes this lake has the most crystal clear water.
Clarity is enhanced with spectacular views all around. Mountains and green trees membingkau lake, making it look perfect.
When the sun shone brightly, the lake could reflect the landscape around, and views of the beautiful sky and clouds. Being here, make everyone aware of how beautiful God's creation.
Pink dolphins exist in real life. Travelers can see direct if it comes into the waters of Hong Kong. Unfortunately, these aquatic mammals are threatened with extinction because of pollution. A Hong Kong conservation experts warn, if they could just lose the pink dolphins. One reason is because of pollution.
In 2003, the number of pink dolphins is estimated at about 158 individuals. But the decline in their numbers dropped drastically in 2011, which lived 78 individuals. According to Dolphin Conservation Society Hong Kong, decline will also happen in the year 2012.
Two months ago, a tour guide from Hong Kong Dolphinwatch see a bunch of pink dolphins. When the herd is lifting the body of a cow whose son died in the waters. The scene is successfully recorded on video and has been circulating on Facebook. Then, worries about the number of individual dolphins appeared, because this could be a new tourist interactions for tourists.
Less than 2,500 mammals survive in the Pearl River Delta. Location is between Macau and Hong Kong. Even so, the majority of these animals can be seen in Chinese waters and the rest in Hong Kong.
Experts say the number of pink dolphins has dropped drastically in recent years. The cause is overfishing, an increase in water traffic, water pollution, habitat loss and coastal development.
What is it about Florence that makes it so special? The legendary artistic heritage? The glorious medieval architecture? Its status as a global capital of fashion?
The right answer is all of these, and more.
It is worth explaining the history of this incredible city briefly in order to fully understand its prestige. Generally, people agree that the 15th century was when Florence truly began to assert itself as a global economic power under the stewardship of the Medici family. The city's thriving finances enabled the development of the Renaissance movement through the patronage of legendary artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. Although the city is no longer as influential as it once was, it maintains the artistic and architectural features that set it apart as one of the finest European cities.
There is no better time to visit Florence than early or late summer, when the relentless sunshine is not stuffy and stifling, but practical and pleasant as it glints off the surface of the River Arno.
The first two stops that most visitors make are the Piazza della Signoria, home of the Palazzo Vecchio (the medieval town hall), and the Cattedrale de Santa Maria del Fiore, which is most famous for Brunelleschi's Dome, a historic feat of engineering.
Florence is also famous for its brand of cuisine. With authentic Tuscan extra virgin olive oil serving as a kind of base ingredient, dishes such as bistecca alla fiorentina (Florentine steak), pappardelle (a pasta dish with a boar/hare sauce) and panini di lampredotto (a typical worker's lunch roll made from the abomasum of a cow) are produced.
But after all of this exploring and eating, you will need a place to rest your tired feet. And why not a Tuscany villa? Base yourself just outside the city to enjoy some respite from the unrelenting bustle of this magnificent city. Villas in Florence (the region) offer the perfect balance between relaxation and being close to the action. Divino Villas rent properties with private pools and tranquil gardens where guests are able to soak up that glorious holiday feeling whilst remaining within a short journey from Florence.