Poland

Overrun countless times by thieves aggressors, subjugated to the dominant foreign domination for centuries, and now told their beloved vodka can do anything, the Polish nation has suffered more than most. However, Poland, a country crushed flat so many times it has become indestructible, is shaking off the last vestiges of sleep and forced current with great abandon in a modern 21 st century.

Despite the country’s rush to embrace the future, your past can not be ignored, especially when confronted at every turn. Warsaw may include New World cuisine, café culture and clubs that never close, but still find the farmers selling flowers in beautifully restored old town. Drive through northern extension and meet a string of 14-century Gothic castles, as the shining example in Malbork, the last remnants of the Teutonic Knights, once powerful. Take a low-cost flight to Krakow and Wroclaw and arrive in magnificent medieval centers. Or choose almost any major city of Lublin in Poznan – and small towns too – and I bear witness to the extermination camps established by Nazi Germany, abandoned Jewish cemeteries, and dark political prisons, terrible reminders of the past 70 years .

This massive land in the heart of Europe has become the epitome of a changing continent. Now a member of the EU, which is enjoying the benefits – and experience the challenges, the exclusive club. Money has begun flowing into the country, repairing roads, building shopping centers and street beautification, but progress is painfully slow for some. Poland still has an unemployment rate twice as high as some of his compatriots in the EU and its citizens young and educated are leaving mass of richer pastures.
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While rapidly modernizing cities, the landscape still retains its rustic charm. On stretches of southern Poland, dominated by mountains covered with trees, the cliché of the horse-drawn carts transporting hay fields remains valid. Bucolic splendor spreads from the outskirts of urban centers, as far as the eye can see, and pockets of virgin forest in the northeast shelter herds of wild bison. The clear waters of the Great Masurian Lakes prove irresistible to sailors and kayakers, and long sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea coast offers a great opportunity for the summer, stays near the sea.

Where to Surf in Los Angeles

surf laWhether you are getting around board for the first time or you are an experienced pilot in search of better waves of Los Angeles, there is something for everyone. Beginners can learn to surf with waves smooth and consistent, while experts can lead to big things. No matter what level you are, you’ll want to check out these sites legendary surf and dive in U.S. surf culture.

Zuma Beach

Zuma Beach is located at the north end of Malibu and stretches almost two kilometers. Wait waters, significant waves and local audiences. 3000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu
Malibu Beach (Surfrider Beach)

How can you talk about surfing in Los Angeles without mentioning Malibu? The iconic Surfrider beach is practically where surf culture was born. Think long breaks, lazy and winds ideal point. Is the beach for those who say they are surfers, and wants to prove it. Make these waves and that has made it a point that you are a professional. 23050 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

Topanga Beach

For adventurous beginners, Topanga Beach waves are slightly easier to fall in longboard and perfect for the beginner. The only drawback: the conditions are so ideal that you might have to compete with a lot of good wave surfers. 18700 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

Venice Beach

People here know it’s a little strange, but then again, the waves on the beach in Venice offer smooth rides that are perfect for beginners. Besides, there’s no better place to relax after browsing the famous Venice Boardwalk. 3100-2700 Ocean Front Walk, Venice

Manhattan Beach

One of the best beaches for winter riding, Manhattan Beach takes the cake for surfing big waves (and quick-products). Expect big waves and ideal opportunities to practice their antennae. 400-500 The Strand, Manhattan Beach

Hermosa Beach

One of the most modern in the beaches of Los Angeles, Bella Beach has some of the best waves in the area, although sometimes the water can be colder than you’d expect for the California climate (consider a wetsuit). The break is best at low tide and during the fall and winter. Bella Avenue and 33rd Street, Hermosa Beach

Wales

In the surrounding region dry and dusty, Karonga is a relaxed little town with wide streets and pastoralists. It is the first city and the last on the road between Malawi and Tanzania, and has some good facilities, including the only bank in the north of Mzuzu.

New South Wales is a vibrant place where history is alive and Welsh culture finds new forms of expression. The mixture of tradition and sophistication rebellious New World is one of the greatest assets of Wales today. The male voice choirs can still keep a welcome in the valleys, but an alternative culture flourishes in urban centers such as Cardiff a healthy dose of hedonism oozes from gourmet kitchens and hip hotels and a strong motive environmental awareness is based on country-sighted perspective.

Wales remains an open area, excellent: grab the hiking boots or a mountain bike and head of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its stunning scenery and the coast road, or lost in the onslaught of waves, beaches and limestone cliffs that sweep of the Gower Peninsula. You can visit the villages with tongue-twisting names before settling into a cozy pub with a pint of local beer in Brecon Beacons, or join the adrenaline junkies in search of the ultimate adventure in Llandudno – Welsh style.
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Wales is a place that becomes an obsession, calling back year after year its visitors with its friendly people, good food, extraordinary landscapes, white-knuckle adventures and admirably green credentials. These are the marks of a country looking firmly towards a promising future.

Jordan

For many people, Jordan begins and ends with the magical city of ancient Nabataean Petra. And it is true, Petra is certainly one of the most spectacular in the Middle East, essential sights, Machu Picchu or struggling with Angkor Wat for the title of world’s most spectacular ‘Lost City’.

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However, there is much more to see in Jordan – ruined Roman cities, Crusader castles, desert citadels and powerful biblical sites: the stream, where Jesus was baptized, the fortress where Herod beheaded John the Baptist and the top of the mountain where Moses the Promised Land view. Biblical scenes are not just a thing of the past in Jordan, you’ll see a lot of men dressed in full robes and leading herds of cattle across the desert forever. But not all crusty ruins. The Jordanian capital Amman is a modern, culturally diverse Arab, which is light years away from the clichés typical Middle Eastern exoticism. The country also offers some of the wildest adventures in the region, and a varied background ranging from red desert sands of Wadi Rum the brilliant blue of the Gulf of Aqaba coral filled, from palm-fringed boulevards rich in the Dead Sea, lifeless. Ultimately, it is the sensual delights of everyday life in the Middle East that will love you longer after returning home, the bittersweet taste of cardamom coffee or the smell of a rich aroma nargileh (water pipe), the heady whirlwind Arabic pop sliding threshold from Amman and the deafening silence of the desert.

Jordanians are proud and passionate people and the country really welcomes visitors with open arms. Despite being trapped in the hot spots of Iraq Arabia, Arabia and Israel and the Palestinian territories, Jordan is probably the safest and most stable country in the region. Regardless of your nationality, you will be greeted with nothing but courtesy and hospitality in this gem of a country. a place to stay could be the Grand View Resort Petra     witch has rooms with a Great view  and as a plus is close to(raiders of the lost Ark ) Petra  check http://traveldealsweekend.com for good value rates.

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