Paradise isn't too high September 20th 2013 In fact, at its highest point, does not exceed more than seven feet, while the average stays at five. So there is a good reason to worry about rising sea levels in a climate change scenario. Moreover, recalling the aftermath of the tsunami of December 26, 2004. Its three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants are distributed in 1,196 islands grouped into 26 atolls. Less than two hundred are inhabited, ... read more
Asia » Maldives » Ari Atoll The Maldives was long a sultanate, first under Dutch and then under British protection. It became a republic in 1968, three years after independence. Since 1978, President Maumoon Abdul GAYOOM - currently in his sixth term in office - has dominated t... ... read more
We start an Indian journey, from the lands of the island of Madagascar eastbound to the French Reunion, the ancient Bourbon Isle and the old pirates shelters. Then a break in paradise: the Maldives visited by Arab traders and travellers as Ibn Battûta; to finally dock in Sri Lanka, the old Serendib, the old Ceylon, blessed by the Gods and damned by the men. Hope enjoy the tales and histories that are going to come soon.
Before we made a quick glance from South to North America in just nine short stops. The first one going back to Argentina in 1987 where Tango was mixed up with an endless ... full info