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Five Ends of the Earth

2015-11-24 18:50:27 chris

Have you ever heard the expression, “At the ends of the world”? We are sure that you have heard of it, or even said it yourself. And many of you have probably thought, “Where are these lands?”

Tripatom has brought you five places, each of which can be considered on the edge of the earth. Let’s take a look and see what some of the Five Ends of the Earth look like.

Spitsbergen (Svalbard)

Spitsbergen (Svalbard). Five Ends of the Earth

Spitsbergen (Svalbard)

Located in the Arctic Ocean, Spitsbergen is a vast polar archipelago belonging to the Kingdom of Norway. Glaciers occupy more than half the area of this group of islands, which are home to more than 2,500 people.

Spitsbergen (Svalbard). Five Ends of the Earth

Spitsbergen (Svalbard)

Previously, life in Svalbard revolved around coal mining. Recently, however, tourism has been developing. Currently, Svalbard is one of the main centers of polar tourism. Cruise ships from northern Europe, and specialized ice-class tourist boats for excursions to the Arctic, regularly stop in the port of Longyearbyen. The city has several hotels (including the SAS Radisson), bars, and good restaurants catering to the Arctic theme (e.g., restaurant Kroa “the edge of the earth”). It operates a very interesting polar museum. To visit the archipelago, a visa is required.

Spitsbergen (Svalbard). Five Ends of the Earth

Spitsbergen (Svalbard)

Interesting fact: Svalbard has a functioning Global Seed Vault. Seed samples of wild plant species are stored and cultivated in proper conditions in case of a disaster.

Stewart Island, New Zealand

Stewart Island, New Zealand. Five Ends of the Earth

Stewart Island, New Zealand

The impressive picture above is of Australia’s southern coastline. However, a little farther south lies New Zealand’s Stewart Island, which can truly be considered at the edge of the world.

Stewart Island, New Zealand. Five Ends of the Earth

Stewart Island, New Zealand

Stewart Island or Rakiura is the archipelago’s third largest island. It lies 30 km to the south of South Island and is separated from it by the Foveaux Strait. More than 80 percent of its territory belongs to Rakiura National Park. Steward Island has only one village, Oban, which has just over 300 inhabitants.

Sunset from sand dunes above Mason Bay Beach, Rakiura National Park, Stewart Island, New Zealand

Sunset from sand dunes above Mason Bay Beach, Rakiura National Park, Stewart Island, New Zealand

Interesting fact: Because of a magnetic anomaly on the island, and its high latitudes (48 ° S), it is not uncommon to view auroras.

Ushuaia, Patagonia

Ushuaia, Patagonia. Five Ends of the Earth

Ushuaia, Patagonia

Wild and beautiful Patagonia is in the southern part of South America, in Chile and Argentina. This is a land of strong winds, steppes, mountains, and glaciers. It is practically unpopulated – the population density is only two inhabitants per km2.

Ushuaia, Patagonia. Five Ends of the Earth

Ushuaia, Patagonia

However, further in the direction of the Antarctic is “Tierra del Fuego”, which hosts the city of Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. There is a reason tourists come here. Not only can you visit museums dedicated to the island’s history, flora, and fauna, you can also witness penguins and sea lions.

Ushuaia, Patagonia. Five Ends of the Earth

Ushuaia, Patagonia

Interesting fact: Ushuaia is the main starting point for tours to Antarctica.

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa. Five Ends of the Earth

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa

Referring to South Africa as the end of the world would be a stretch, but in all fairness, there is nothing but boundless ocean between it and Antarctica. The closest point to the ice continent is Cape Agulhas, considered to be the point where the Atlantic and Indian oceans join.

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa. Five Ends of the Earth

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa

When thinking of southern Africa, it is impossible not to recall the Cape of Good Hope, much more famous than the Cape Agulhas. The coastline of the African continent here turns to the east, opening a passage from the Atlantic to the Indian side. The distance between the two aforementioned capes is – 155 km.

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa. Five Ends of the Earth

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Agulhas, South Africa

Interesting fact: The legendary Flying Dutchman is thought to have been lost off of the Cape of Good Hope.

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait. Five Ends of the Earth

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait

In the heart of the Bering Strait between Chukotka and Alaska are two small islands, Big and Little Diomede. Little Diomede belongs to the United States while Big Diomede belongs to the Russian Federation. The distance between them is just 4 km.

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait. Five Ends of the Earth

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait

During World War II and the Cold War Russia placed military bases on Big Diomed, some of which remain in operation. The other island is the Eskimo village of Diomede, which opened a school and a shop and post office, which, in good weather, is delivered by helicopter.

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait. Five Ends of the Earth

Diomede Islands, Bering Strait

Interesting fact: International Date Line runs between the two islands, so the time difference between the islands is exactly one day. Because of this, the island is sometimes called the Island tomorrow (Big Diomede) and Island yesterday (Little Diomede).

You can visit these places on the ends of the earth five times, or even more! What other interesting and distant places do you know of? Share with Tripatom in the comments and do not forget to subscribe!

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Six Incredible Glaciers of Our World

2015-06-08 20:22:46 chris

It’s hot outside now, do you want a little coolness? Tripatom has a lot of it! Today we’ll show you 6 most beautiful and majestic glaciers in the world!

For a start, let’s understand what a glacier is. In simple words – it’s thousands of tons of snow and rainfall, multiplied by hundreds and thousands of years … Have you imagined that? So, here and now we are going to tell you about such huge rivers of ice. Let’s go!

Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia, Argentina

Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia, Argentina

Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia, Argentina

The name sounds good, and the glacier itself isn’t only beautiful but also interesting for tourists. Do you know why? From time to time, it crosses the Lake Argentino, curved in the shape of L. When it reaches the opposite shore, it forms a natural dam that separates the lake into two parts. Thus, the water in the southern part of Argentina, losing the natural flow, can rise up to 30 meters in height in comparison of the main northern part of the lake. Of course, it cannot be done without the huge pressure exerted by the water, because in the end, it breaks the ice barrier that is holding it – this event happens on average once every 4-5 years, and it is an incredible sight.

Little Aktru, Altai, Russia

Little Aktru, Altai, Russia

Little Aktru, Altai, Russia

This glacier is interesting because of its lower part that falls at a steep angle, forming a real icefall. This slope is used for training novice climbers, as well as fees for qualifying their experienced colleagues. However, the area is dangerous because of the periodic avalanches.

Rongbuk, the Himalayas, the border of Nepal and China

Rongbuk, the Himalayas

Rongbuk, the Himalayas

Rongbuk takes its beginning not just from anywhere, but from the Mount Everest. Via these glacier climbers usually keep their way to so-called “the top of the world”. Moreover, in 8 km from it, if heading to the north, you will find the monastery with the same name, on the territory of which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Mount Everest.

Snæfellsjökull, Iceland

Snæfellsjökull, Iceland

Snæfellsjökull, Iceland

This glacier is located in the western part of the island of Iceland; it is small, but quite well known. Firstly, because of the fact that the volcano Snæfell which lies under it is famous for being “the gates of the underworld”. In 1864, the writer Jules Verne chose Snæfellsjökull as a place for the adventure of his hero of the novel “Journey to the Center of the Earth”. Secondly, on the territory of the glacier the filming of the famous movie “Interstellar” was carried.

Jostedalsbreen, Norway

Jostedalsbreen, Norway

Jostedalsbreen, Norway

It is the largest glacier in continental Europe. From the majority of its counterparts, it differs not because it is supported by the low temperatures, but because an abundance of snowfall. See how majestic it is!

Hubbard, Alaska

Hubbard, Alaska

Hubbard, Alaska

And for a dessert, we left one of the most beloved glaciers by us, magnificent and menacing Hubbard! Unlike the others, it has not diminished in the last century, but, on the contrary, continues to grow in size. His tongue abuts the Disenchantment Bay and Russell Fjord. In 1986, the glacier has grown so that it blocked this fjord, creating Lake Russell, but not for long – just six months, the water level in the lake rose by 25 meters and the dam was destroyed. It looks like the Perito Moreno, right? However, this phenomenon occurred only twice here, and if it happens the third time, there is a chance that the “lakes” water will find a way out on the other side – by the river Situk. And it’s scary – because of this, not only the natural habitat of valuable trout can be destroyed in the river, but also might seriously affect the local airport.

Another danger posed by Hubbard is a summer ice melt. At this time, huge, gigantic icebergs break off the glacier. In height, they can compete with the 10-storey house! You can agree there is something the vessels should be afraid.

Except for the last, all of these glaciers are melting fast – it is all the blame of the climate change on the planet. So find some time to visit them and enjoy truly magnificent creations of nature! And don’t forget to subscribe to our blog 😉

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Festivals of June

2015-06-04 21:51:34 serenitysparkle

Today we have prepared for you a little surprise. It is a list of events and festivals in June that you can visit, from all around the world. We hope you will find something interesting and special for yourself.

Enjoy the month! Do not lose your opportunity to spend a great time.

Gawai Dayak Festival

1 June – Asia, Malaysia Sarawak

Gawai Dayak Festival

Gawai Dayak Festival

Singing and dancing festival in Malasia symbolise a start of the farming season! If you have never visited East Malaysia, this is definitely a good time to visit Sarawak and have a taste of its local culture and be a part of the festivity.

Sindhu Darshan Festival

1 June -Asia, India, River Sindhu, Shey Manla, Leh, Ladakh

Sindhu Darshan Festival

Sindhu Darshan Festival

The Sindhu Darshan Festival, as the name suggests, is a celebration of River Sindhu, also known as the Indus. The main reason behind the celebration of Sindhu Darshan Festival is to endorse the Indus River (Sindhu River) as an icon of the communal harmony and unity of India. The festival is also a symbolic salutation to the courageous soldiers of the country, who endanger their life to save.

Luberon Jazz Festival

2 June – Europe, France, Rhone Valley

Luberon Jazz Festival

Luberon Jazz Festival (ends June 7)

This is a real citizen-targeted festival that covers all possible avenues for the greatest numbers of jazz lovers. It’s a festival that’s deeply rooted in its region, especially with the Rural Detour. It’s a festival with programming that’s joyfully open to all styles of jazz. Today Luberon Jazz is a not-to-be-missed event on the circuit of top French jazz festivals.

Waisak Festival

3 June – Asia, Indonesia

Waisak Festival

Waisak Festival

Waisak Festival, a Buddhist festival celebrates the birth, death and the enlightenment of Siddharth Gautam as Buddha Shakyamuni. Waisak is called Buddha’s day. At Borobudur, thousands of Buddhist monks will join together to repeat mantras and meditate as they circuit the temple in a ritual called “Pradaksina”. This is a form of tribute to the temple. Monks celebrate the special day by bottling holy water (which symbolises humility) and transporting flames (which symbolize light and enlightenment) from location to location. The monks also took part in the “Pindapata” ritual, where they received charity from the people of Indonesia. Waisak Day in Indonesia has been celebrated as a national public holiday every year since 1983.

Distortion festival

3 June – Europe, Denmark, Copenhagen

Distortion festival

Distortion festival (ends June 7)

When Distortion hits Copenhagen, it will be with street parties, night parties, Final Party, chill-out events and a harbour party on the programme. Everything stems from Distortion’s core – an exploration of partying as an event and concept. Distortion takes place in a new part of Copenhagen every night and thus moves around the city. The Final Party is the culmination and biggest event during Distortion.

Los Diablos Danzantes

4 June – South America, Venezuela San Francisco de Yare

Los Diablos Danzantes

Los Diablos Danzantes

In this folkloric, festivity devotion is given to the patron saint Saint Francis of Paola, to the Blessed Sacrament and to Jesus Christ. The celebration starts Wednesday with a wake where fulías (a native music style) are played, décimas (a native form of poetry) are recited and rosaries and other prayers are prayed until dawn. The next day the devoted disguised as devils perform dances around the principal square of the town. They also parade through the streets, dressed in their red costumes and their masks, dancing to the rhythm of corríos (octosyllabic musical poems).

Monterey Wine Festival (ends June 7)

5 June – North America, USA California

Monterey Wine Festival

Monterey Wine Festival (ends June 7)

With hundreds of wines offered for tasting, wine lovers will find an embarrassment of riches awaiting them at the Monterey Wine Festival

Istanbul Shopping Festival (ends June 28)

6 June – Asia, Turkey Istanbul

 

El Colacho

7 June – Europe, Spain Castrillo de Murcia

El Colacho

Festival of jumping over babies. Dance, Music. Attention – no babies were injured during this shots.

Antigone today (ends June 12)

8 June, Europe, Italy, Milan

 

Too Late! (Antigone) Contest#2

Antigone today (ends June 12)

Compelling and intensely physical theatre from a company that take-no-prisoners…

Too Late!  is a modern take on an ancient tragedy. Celebrated Italian company Motus reinterpret Antigone in typically fearless style. Sophocle’s themes of anarchy, state control and civil disobedience parallel current world events in this powerful and urgent piece.

Pierre Biner called Antigone “a tragedy of the too late”, where all the characters come to their senses only after irreparable actions. This contemporary reworking poses the question – is it also too late for us?

The Midnight Sun Film Festival (ends June 14)

10 June – Europe, Finland Sodankylä

The Midnight Sun Film Festival

The Midnight Sun Film Festival (ends June 14)

The Midnight Sun Film Festival is non-competitive. The program consists mostly from the films of the main guests, 20–30 modern movies from all parts of the world, contemporary Finnish films and cinema classics, some of which are usually presented as “master classes” by various film theory experts. Typically the festival introduces 4–5 directors from younger generations who are also guests at the festival. In recent years, the yearly attendance has been between 15,000 and 25,000.

All film lovers you definitely need to buy tickets here!

Isle of Wight Festival 2015

11 June – Europe, UK Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight

 

World Toe Wrestling Championship 2015

11 June – Europe, UK Bentley Brook Inn, Derbyshire, England

World Toe Wrestling Championship 2015

We have never seen a funnier way to socialise!

Taste the Helderberg

Africa, South Africa Helderberg

 

Taste the Helderberg

Taste the Helderberg

Meadows in the Mountains (ends June 14)

12 June – Europe, Bulgaria

Meadows in the Mountains (ends June 14)

Meadows In The Mountains is like no other festival in the world. Nestled in the stunning heart of the Rhodopian Mountains near Bulgaria’s Greek border, set in an otherworldly and jaw-dropping setting that is unmatched anywhere on the planet.

A truly encompassing and unique music and arts festival which brings to life the possibility of real adventure embraced by guaranteed Sun and friendly faces fused with a thoughtful, inspired and explorative music and arts line up, the festival burns brightly all day and all night against the magical back drop of the intimately beautiful mountain top scenery that makes this festival so very special.

Bali Arts Festival (ends July 11)

13 June -Asia, Indonesia Denpasar (near Kuta Beach)

Bali Arts Festival (ends July 11)

The Bali Arts Festival is a full month of daily performances, handicraft exhibitions and other related cultural and commercial activities during which literally the whole of Bali comes to the city to present its offerings of dance, music and beauty. On display are trances from remote mountain slopes, forgotten or recently revived village dances, food and offering contests, classical palace dances, stars of Balinese stage, odd musical performances, “kreasi baru” (new creations) from the dance schools of Denpasar, as well as contemporary choreography and dance companies from other islands and from abroad.

Sanno Matsuri Festival

17 June – Asia,  Japan Tokyo

Sanno Matsuri Festival

Sanno Matsuri Festival

About 300 people dressed in ancient costumes parade through the heart of Tokyo including Tokyo Station, Ginza, and in front of the Diet Building. Consisting of mikoshi (portable shrines) adorned with a phoenix on the roof, dashi floats, people carrying drums, people on horseback, the procession extends over a length of 600 meters. You will also see people dressed as the legendary goblin called Tengu, characterized by a red face and a long nose, and believed to possess supernatural powers. The procession which departs from Hie-jinja Shrine at 8 o’clock in the morning does not return to the shrine until early in the evening.

Sonar Festival (ends June 20)

18 June – Europe , Spain, Barcelona

Queenstown Winter Festival

19 June – Oceania, New Zeeland Queenstown

Queenstown Winter Festival

The American Express Queenstown Winter Festival celebrates the start of winter like only Queenstown can, with street parties, fireworks, music, comedy, family fun and madness up the mountain.

But icons like this don’t just happen overnight, the Queenstown Winter Festival has been forty years in the making.

Way back in 1975, a bunch of locals decided that the start of winter was a great excuse to have a party. They organised races on the mountains, with lollies for the little people and beers for the bigger people. With a concert or two and a town-wide ball thrown in, the Festival was a great success. News of the fun spread quickly and the next year people came from further afield to join the festivities.

Phi Ta Khon Festival

19 June – Asia, North Eastern Thailand

Phi Ta Khon Festival

Sometimes known as Ghost Festival, is the most common name for a group of festivals held in Dan Sai, Loei province, Isan, Thailand. The events take place over three days some time between March and July, the dates being selected annually by the town’s mediums.

The whole event is called Bun Luang, part of a Buddhist merit-making holiday also known as Bun Phawet.

The first day is the Ghost Festival itself, also called Wan Ruam (assembly day). The town’s residents invite protection from Phra U-pakut, the spirit of the Mun river. They then hold a series of games and take part in a procession wearing masks made of rice husks or coconut leaves with hats made from rice steamers, plus patchwork clothing. They also wear bells and wave wooden phalluses.

The origins of this part of the festival are traditionally ascribed to a story of the Vessantara Jataka in which the Buddha in one of his past lives as a prince made a long journey and was presumed dead. The celebrations on his return were so raucous as to wake the dead.

The second day of the festival incorporates elements of the Rocket Festival, plus costume and dance contests and more parades.

On the third and final day, the villagers listen to sermons from Buddhist monks.

Duanwu Dragon Boat Festival

20 June- Asia, China Around Hong Kong’s islands and rivers

Duanwu Dragon Boat Festival

The Dragon Boat Festival (Duanwu Festival, Duānwǔ Jié, Double Fifth, Tuen Ng Jit) is a traditional holiday that commemorates the life and death of the famous Chinese scholar Qu Yuan (Chu Yuan). The festival occurs on the fifth day of the fifth month on the Chinese lunar calendar.

The Dragon Boat Festival is a celebration where many eat rice dumplings (zongzi), drink realgar wine (xionghuangjiu), and race dragon boats. Other activities include hanging icons of Zhong Kui (a mythic guardian figure), hanging mugwort and calamus, taking long walks, writing spells and wearing perfumed medicine bags.

Festa de Sao Joao

23 June – Europe, Portugal, Oporto

Festa de Sao Joao

Festival of St John of Porto is a festival that happens every year, on the night of 23 June (Midsummer), in the city of Porto, in the north of Portugal, thousands of people come to the city centre and more traditional neighborhoods to pay a tribute to Saint John the Baptist, in a party that mixes sacred and profane traditions.

The festivities have been held in the city for more than six centuries, yet it was during the 19th century that Saint John’s day became impregnated in the city’s culture and assumed the status of the city’s most important festival. An interesting tradition among the people of Porto during the ‘Festa de São João’, with roots in pagan courtship rituals, is to hit each other either with garlic flowers or soft plastic hammers.

Inti Raymi

24 June -South America, Peru, Cusco

Inti Raymi

Inti Raymi, or the “Festival of the Sun”  is the date of the southern hemisphere’s winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. Indigenous communities throughout the Andean highland countries of South America celebrate the winter solstice with ceremonies designed to bring the Sun back and shorten the longest night. Incan in origin, Inti Raymi honored the sun as the source of light, heat, and life and celebrated the start of a new planting season.

Provinssirock

24 June – Europe, Finland Seinajoki

Rock Werchter

25 June -Europe, Belgium, Werchter

Boi Bumba Festival

26 June, South America, Brazil

Boi Bumba Festival

The Boi Bumbá festival presents myths, tales and legends using characters, parade carts and giant puppets followed by the words of a master of ceremonies who describes in detail every bit of the action.

It is an incredible musical and theatrical experience, a religious procession, a tribal ritual, a giant puppet show, a fairy tale of powerful villains and brave heroes, a folk art presentation, a major party for the audience and an energizing choreography of the galera (gah-le-rah), all at once. The characters in the performance come from the Boi Bumbá tale. There are two teams called Bois (plural of Boi). Each one tells the same story in all three night of the festival, amounting to 6 different performances of the same show. But every night is different because legends, rituals, dances, puppets, garments, alegorias, they all change and create the show anew.

World BodyPainting Festival

28 June – Europe, Austria Portschach

World BodyPainting Festival

The festival lasts a week, of which the first four days consist of over fifty special workshops and lessons run by the WB Academy, and the last three days consist of the actual festival event in the body paint city, which is open to the public without prior reservation. The festival event is open for both adults and children, and many families come there together.

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Three countries in one point!

2015-06-01 12:29:58 lxvslnkgmail-com

Do you like travelling? Would you like to visit three countries in one point within a short period of time? TripAtom has a great idea for you!

There are many points in the world where three or more countries are crossing. They are called “Tripoints”. We are going to present to you 5 of the most interesting places of intersection, where you can visit 3 different states in a day. Let’s start?

Puerto Iguazu

This town is located in a place where Iguazu River empties into another – Parana. At the junction of these rivers, three states are connected together- Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. The economy of Puerto Iguazu is centered on tourism, not only because of the unique border triangle, but also due to the fact that in 18 kilometers away from the town the world famous Iguazu Falls are located.

Puerto Iguazu

Puerto Iguazu – Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay

Tromeja

This name is bearing by a mountain, on top of which there are three countries converge – Slovenia, Italy and Austria. At its top, there is a monument-pointer with three arrows pointing to each country. Its location is actively used for annual meetings by both locals and tourists alike in three countries. And it’s not surprising – just look what a stunning landscape is there!

Tromeja

Tromeja – Slovenia, Italy and Austria

Zapaleri

At the top of an extinct volcano in the Andes, there is less popular, but no less interesting meeting place of three countries – Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile. Adjacent to the mountain areas are protected. In the territory of Bolivia, there is a natural park Eduardo Avaroa, in Chile – National Park Los Flamencos. On Argentine’s side, there’s the protected area Pitchfork. And on top of Zapaleri you can find a small crater lake.

Zapaleri

Zapaleri – Argentina, Bolivia and Chile

Vaalserberg

This small hill is known as the place of border crossing of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany. It’s also the highest point of the Netherlands (322 m). At the top, you can find a small memorial sign with the flags of states and three benches and a few steps away from it – a maze called Drielandenpunt. It’s the largest maze in Europe.

Vaalserberg

Vaalserberg – Belgium, Netherlands, Germany

Three-Country Cairn

The intersection point of Finland, Norway and Sweden is located in the territory of the lake Goldajärvi. The yellow domed concrete artificial island was set in 1926 at a distance of 10 meters from the nearest land, in a circle where you can run and shout: “I am in Norway!”, “I’m in Finland!”, “I’m in Sweden!”, until you get tired.

If you are interested in this kind of travel, you can independently explore the Tripoints of other countries by yourself. Or maybe you’ve already been to these places. Tell us about it in comments below and don’t forget to subscribe.

Three country Cairn

Three country Cairn – Finland, Norway, Sweden

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