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THE CAPE PENINSULA IN BED & BREAKFAST (62 photos)
South Africa - In the centre of the most beautiful regions, the cosmopolitan Cape Town, next to the seaside, has attracted the great travellers in need of serenity during last years. Cliffs that fall perfectly, heavenly beaches, villas of Dutch type of architecture. The discovering is now more accessible thanks to those little guest houses decorated in the pure Victorian style and hooked on to the cliffs…
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VAHINE ISLAND, French Polynesia - charming hotel in the heart of the Pacific Ocean (44 photos)
Far away from the lights of Papeete and its luxury hotels, the VAHINE ISLAND hotel, built on the Taha island's coral barrier looks like a jewel in its shrine. Three bungalows build on the sea, a few others on land. Enjoy your paradise, the island is yours !
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BALTIC SEA ICEBREAKERS (45 photos)
In winter the Gulf of Botnia, the northern extension of the Baltic Sea worming in between Sweden and Finland, is freezing over entirely. The Baltic Sea, with its reefs, cloudy and shallow, basically closed, communicates outward by little straits only.
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THE PANAMA CANAL (58 photos)
To pass from the Antilles to the Pacific Ocean keeping the skiff in the water you must pass through the Panama Channel, 80km long, performing a zigzag course. Colon, at the “entrance” of the channel, is north-west from Panama, located on the other side.
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SOUTH-KOREA: THE LARGEST SHIPYARD OF THE WORLD (43 photos)
Every week a new cargo ship is built in the city of Ulsan, in South Korea, and it goes away on the Sea of Japan as the eldest did. These brand new ships that set their course towards the ocean one after the other seem to generate by themselves.
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