Volcanic tours
  Extreme sports enthusiasts will never stand still – they are looking for a new adventure and be sure to find them. They just need a splash of emotions and…

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The Amazing Martino lake
Martino lake is located in the mountains of Western Sayan, Ergaki famous. What in it surprising? In Sunny, clear weather is the most usual mountain lake. Beautiful, but no more.…

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The Earth Chronicles

may 18, 1960 three priests said that they had seen loadingrow monster in Lough REE in Ireland.This is one of three lakes in Ireland, which saw a monster. In 2001, the lake was even a search party which was covered by the Irish media. We collected information on 8 of the most famous lakes in which at different times were seen by eyewitnesses unusual, unknown to science being, the existence of which is not currently proven.

1. Loch Ness, Scotland. Without exaggeration, the most famous lake monster in the world. Samaritanism rumors of which date back to the VI century BC,according to many scientists – the last dinosaur living on earth.

2. Lake Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. Ogopogo is a legendary monster that brought fame to the whole of British Columbia and almost come close in popularity to Nessie. Seen for the first time in 1958, he was regularly described by eyewitnesses as long sleader with a body resembling a barrel, a long neck and fins.

3. Lake Labynkyr, Yakutia, Russia. Labinski Hell – beast, seen by Yakut in the nineteenth century. Although the photo – video evidence or not, the monster noticed not one scientific expedition. Additionally, the noise supposedly made by the monster, was able to record, and with the help of sonar, there was a huge shadow, is clearly not suitable in size or one famous Continue reading

The Amazing Martino lake
Martino lake is located in the mountains of Western Sayan, Ergaki famous. What in it surprising? In Sunny, clear weather is the most usual mountain lake. Beautiful, but no more.…

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The other Side of the Earth: the lava lake in the Nyiragongo volcano
  Night. Legs ache, tent gushing downpour. The wind seeps into the cracks under the awning, and walking in a light rain the tent, forcing us to cuddle closer and…

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