Marbella is not only the most fashionable and fashionable resort in the coastal zone of the Costa del Sol in Spain, but a rather picturesque city in which, in addition to concentrating millionaires, beautiful yachts and beautiful long beaches, there is a seven-kilometer marble embankment and interesting historical sights.
Together with the suburbs, which are the most expensive villas in Marbella, the resort stretches for 28 km along the coast. So, if the beaches and the rampant waste of money still bore you, you will always find what to do here! Continue reading
The phrase “maritime order” is not just a figure of speech. Over the centuries-long history of navigation, a certain set of rules of conduct at sea has developed; these rules also apply to cruise ships …
On the prohibitions on cruise ships: logical, not very clear, and very strange
Some of these rules and prohibitions are quite logical and understandable even to the “land” guest of a sea vessel, others look strange, and some may even seem absurd. But be that as it may, they are dictated by concern for the safety, health and comfort of tourists and crew, and from the moment you are on board the ship, you have to obey them.
It’s clear yet … Continue reading
FAO (UN Food Organization) analysts have published a top list of countries with the highest tea consumption per capita …
What kind of tea should a tourist choose when visiting tea and non-tea countries
What tea to bring from a tourist trip to the “most tea” countries in the world?
Not tea countries consume little tea, but use it for industrial production
According to the FAO, per capita tea consumption in the world varies greatly from country to country. For example, in the predominantly “coffee” countries they drink it a little, all the tea is imported and mainly packaged. Tourists – tea lovers here should rely on gourmet and custard teas (except in expensive and niche restaurants that are not native to these countries cuisine). Continue reading