Once again the spectacle of the wildebeest crossing the river, again the lurking crocodiles, again one of the most exciting major wildlife documentaries in store. And there beside them, positioned our car.
(...) It is the northernmost point of mainland Europe, the feeling of putting one foot in the 71 º 10 '21''N. Feeling, moreover, explain complex. They gather in the soul alone, satisfaction, triumph and feeling hopeless and trample on the inhospitable.
A Spanish Berlanga de Duero, Soria, discovered the Galapagos Islands for a total calm wind took his boat to this natural paradise. In the collegiate church of the Spanish population an alligator hanging upside down remember the feat of his countryman.
(...) before crossing the Atlantic, Humboldt made a scale that changed his life and laid the foundation, inter alia, of modern phytogeography. It was in Tenerife, where he arrived on 19 June 1799. The departure of the Spanish corvette Pizarro, who should bring to America.
(...) In the capital gomera, San Sebastián, are places (Today monuments) linked to Columbian history such as the Torre del Conde, the church in which the Admiral prayed one last time before leaving, the house-museum of Columbus or the Pozo de la Aguada (where it supplied water for the journey). A sign at the well says "this water was baptized America, year 1492.
And these words were not uttered by an Aragonese, although it could have been,, even for a Spanish. Out of the mouth of a Frenchman, coming from the neighboring valley and nothing Gavarnie setting foot for the first time in the valley (1881) pleaded deep love Ordesa Valley. From that moment, Lucien Briet Parisian became a frequent visitor to the valley, you wrote about different works.
Joseph Rudyard Kipling, British poet and writer, Born in Bombay (India) in 1865. and died in London in 1936. He lived in times of war and not in vain became famous among his countrymen for poems and stories devoted to the British troops in India.