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Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Samoa’s Most Beautiful Swimming Spot: To Sua Ocean Trench

27 Jan , 2014  

To Sua Ocean Trench (literally translated as “large swimming hole”) is a swimming spot located in Lotofaga village, on the south coast of Upolu island in Samoa. Most likely, its origins date from a time when volcanoes erupted and covered the nearby shores with lava. The ground collapsed, leaving behind a 30 meters deep hole […]

Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Great Barrier Reef, Discovering Colorful Diversity

16 Jun , 2012  

One of Australia’s most remarkable natural gifts, the Great Barrier Reef is blessed with the breathtaking beauty of the world’s largest coral reef. The reef contains an abundance of marine life and comprises of over 3000 individual reef systems and coral cays and literally hundreds of picturesque tropical islands with some of the worlds most […]

Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Deliver A Postcard From the World’s First Underwater Post Office

31 Mar , 2011  

The Underwater Post Office is situated in Vanuatu, an island nation located in South Pacific Ocean that consists of 82 small, geologically newer islands. The post office is just three meters below the surface and only 50 meters offshore the Port Villa, on Highway Island. Since its opening in 2003, approximately 100,000 visitors have posted […]

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Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Eyre Peninsula Wave Attack- Be Sure to Watch This in Fullscreen Mode!

9 Aug , 2010  

Here is some amazing footage of the southern part of Eyer Peninsula, Australia. It is what we like to call “nature frenzy”. Eyer Peninsula is known for its amazing landscapes and quite a few national parks. Its beaches are absolutely spectacular and some of them have crystal clear waters. The region is served by a […]

Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Norfolk Island, a Remote Place of Scenic Views

1 Jun , 2010  

Embracing the wonders of life with one breath, drinking the brilliance of the nightly skies with a blink of an eye , smiling with the turtles into the crystalline water could be only a few experiences in Norfolk Island. Pine forests, smooth green grass, beautiful landscapes, smiley faces are more than beautiful sights, they become […]

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Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Maria Island, Tasmania: History and Sightseeing

4 May , 2010  

To be honest,what really got to me was finding out that this place is being called “a photographer’s dream”. Maria Island is located in Tasmania, South of Australia.  More info after the photos: Location: Access to Maria Island is usually by boat.  The only jetty on the island is at Darlington Bay. The  Maria 1 […]

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