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Singapore Iconic Lights
Marina Bay Sands is not only Singapore’s most iconic landmark, it does also feature a light and water show that runs every evening at least twice. Water, sounds, light and laser are creating a stunning 15 minute show all against the skyline of Singapore’s central business district.
One of the most beautiful places on this planet is the lagoon of Aitutaki. Being part of the Cook Islands, Aitutaki is located in the South Pacific and has moderate to tropical climate all year round. If you happen to visit this remote place, don’t miss the lagoon cruise to get the full tropical experience.
Saxon Switzerland is an inspiring region in Eastern Germany. The best time of the year to visit is late summer to autumn. Then, humidity of the night is getting lifted by the early morning sun and converts into fog that hovers through the forests and around the rocks. Magical mornings are guaranteed, when the conditions are just right.
Wild Rock Pool
Big waves are wildly crashing against the boulders spraying into the pool, while inside the guests are enjoying nice swims and the calmness of the water. That’s Sydney’s Bronte Baths, located just besides Bronte Beach. A good show from the ground, even more spectacular from the air.
The Great Wall
Walking along side the Great Wall of China gave us an idea just how massive this extraordinary creation of human kind is. All sections together, one estimates the total length of more than twenty thousand kilometers. It’s incredible and beautiful at the same time.
Turtles are reptiles and therefore have no gills, but lungs just as we humans. And that requires them a breath of fresh air every once in a while. This green sea turtle in Raja Ampat is ascending towards the surface to breathe. With fresh air in its lungs it will be able to stay calmly underwater for four to seven hours.
Sun Rays under the Sea
Raja Ampat is one of the most beautiful places we had been diving so far. Its location in the coral triangle, plus the relative remoteness within the Indonesian archipelago create an abundance of fish, reptiles and other underwater creatures. The diversity is superb and makes every dive unique. With the low sun peaking through the clouds and sending rays of light into the sea, the underwater world becomes truly magic.
Last year we went to Everest Base Camp. It’s both a good exercise and a chance to witness majestic mountain peaks towering calm plains. Due to the lack of civilization, earth there looks fascinatingly raw. Above 4,000m clouds only rolled in in the afternoon and left us enjoy the high altitude atmosphere.