Sunday, 29 October 2017

The Boeing 737 MAX

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General information

  • Boeing is developing the 737 MAX series. 
  • Successor to the current 737 Next Generation series. 
  • Designed with an emphasis on fuel efficiency.
  • Has larger, more efficient engines than previous models. 
  • Enhancements to the airframe help reduce aerodynamic drag. 
  • Fuel savings up to 20% per seat compared with other narrow-body airplanes.
  • Operating cost 8% lower per seat than their main competitor.
  • The most cost-efficient single-aisle aircraft on the market.

Sunday, 11 August 2013

Malaysia Resorts

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Islands in Malaysia offer some of the most spectacular scenery and most relaxing atmospheres in the country. Coastal areas allow for easy transportation to other points of interest while resorts in areas such as the Borneo rainforest are where nature lovers can see an incredible amount of exotic flora and fauna. With a variety of areas to choose from, Malaysia resorts offer chance to many different sides of the region.

Malacca Water City is one of the great Malaysia resorts located in Malacca and offering an array of activities and sights. Unique architecture sets it apart and professionally landscaped gardens flank the area providing a pleasing tropical background with many things to do. Five-star facilities including terrific dining are perfect added touches. This family-friendly destination offers activities including kayaking, boating, tennis, cycling, fishing, swimming and more. Malaysia spa services are also available for a rejuvenating experience.

This Malaysia resorts accommodations are situated in spacious apartment-style units that include a dining room, living room and bedrooms making it perfect for families. Excellently appointed suites come in a variety of one bedroom, two-bedroom and three bedrooms with all facing the attractive lake. Amenities include TV and in-room movies, microwave, refrigerator, electric kettle, coffee making facilities and king and single beds. The 140,000 square foot swimming pool is a big hit.

Pula Arena Croatia

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Pula is one of Croatia’s many happily sleepy and perfectly enjoyable small cities. It is marked out from the rest, however, due to the magnificent arena that can be found here. For decades, historians, architects, and humble vacationers have made a beeline for the arena in Pula Croatia, which is the only surviving Roman amphitheatre that has all four side towers intact. The Pula Arena is thus a lasting testament to the mastery of Roman architecture. But this is more than just a historically important artifact: The arena at Pula is also a magnificent edifice that’s as pleasing to the eyes as it is interesting to the mind. Whether or not you’re interested in ancient architecture, the Pula Arena is a must-see attraction in Croatia.

Also referred to as the Pula Colosseum, the arena hails from the somewhere between the first and second centuries AD. Since then it’s gone through various renovations and structural changes; the amphitheatre began life as a timber construct, before being reinforced by stone sometime around the fifth century AD. The structure vacationers can see today is composed only of stone, and it’s remarkably well-maintained, given its age.

The great minster Zurich

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The Grossmünster ("great minster") is a Romanesque-style church that played an important role in the history of the Protestant Reformation. It is one of the three major churches of Zürich (the others being the Fraumünster and St. Peterskirche). The core of the present building near the banks of the Limmat River was constructed on the site of a Carolingian church, which was, according to legend, originally commissioned by Charlemagne. Construction of the present structure commenced around 1100 and it was inaugurated around 1220. 

On an open terrace above the river stands Zurich's principal church, the Grossmünster (Protestant), which dominates the city with its twin towers (domed tops added in 1782). Built between the 11th and the 13th C., it is a Romanesque three-aisled galleried basilica with an aisleless chancel over a crypt of about 1100. The upper levels of the towers date from 1487.

The Oslo Fjord Norwegian

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The Oslofjord is not a fjord in the geological sense - in Norwegian the term "fjord" can refer to a wide range of waterways. The bay is divided into the inner (indre) and outer (ytre) Oslofjord at the point of the 17 km long and narrow Drobaksundet. In the summer there are boats of all sizes on the fjord, and it is possible to go kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and sailing. There are many activities for both adults and children.

The Oslofjord (Norwegian: Oslofjorden) is an inlet in the south-east of Norway, stretching from an imaginary line between the Torbjørnskjær and Færder lighthouses and down to Langesund in the south to Oslo in the north. It is part of the Skagerrak strait, connecting the North Sea and the Kattegat sea area, which leads to the Baltic Sea. The Oslofjord is not a fjord in the geological sense - in Norwegian the term "fjord" can refer to a wide range of waterways. The bay is divided into the inner (indre) and outer (ytre) Oslofjord at the point of the 17 km long and narrow Drøbaksundet.

Thursday, 8 August 2013

Zacaton Cenote Mexico

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Zacaton cenote is a natural pool for traveler 'crazy'. Obviously only, besides because it is difficult-reach, its water also judged not feasible to be enjoyed. Zacaton Cenote has a water which originating from various wastes. Uniquely, it actually looks pretty pool.

Zacaton Cenote is located in the city of Aldama, the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. Being in between hill karst, makes pool this is difficult which to dive. Zacaton Cenote also known as the natural pond most in a in the world.
Indeed, no one would have to go into it, remember this pool containing waste. However, NASA tried to sink the robot to know the depth of this pool. The robot successfully detected that Zacaton Cenote has a depth of 339 meters.

Although it has derived from the waste water, the pool still has an amazing sight. In addition, Cenote Zacaton also odorless. So do not be surprised if the waste pool are included in one of the most beautiful natural pool in the world.

Le Morne Brabant

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Le Morne Brabant is a peninsula at the extreme south-western tip of the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius on the windward side of the island. It is highlighted by an eponymous basaltic monolith with a summit 556 metres (1,824 ft) above sea level. The summit covers an area of over 12 hectares (30 acres). 
There are many caves and overhangs on the steep slopes. It is largely surrounded by a lagoon and is a well known tourist attraction. It is also a refuge for two rare plants, the Mandrinette and, growing only on the sides of the mountain, the Boucle d'Oreille.

The peninsula was notorious in the early 19th century as a refuge for runaway slaves. After the abolition of slavery on Mauritius, on 1 February 1835 a police expedition traveled there to inform the slaves that they had been freed.

However, the purpose of the expedition was misunderstood and the slaves leapt to their deaths from the rock.[citation needed] Since then the date is celebrated by Mauritian creoles as the Annual Commemoration of the Abolition of Slavery.

 Le Morne Brabant is a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is a peninsula in Mauritius. What is so special or interesting about this tourist attraction of Mauritius is the single standing basaltic rock of 1821 feet above sea level. This place is surrounded by lagoons and is home for certain rarest plant species of the world like Mandrinette and Trochetia boutoniana.