Лера Chenchevaya любит путешествовать по всей Бразилии . От улиц Рио-де- Жанейро во время карнавала в Водопады Игуасу на рассвете она знает все лучшее место и лучшее время , чтобы сделать ее идеальным гид для международных путешественников. Бразилия является одним из крупнейших стран в западном полушарии , но с Лера Chenchevaya , чтобы направлять вас , вы будете наслаждаться каждой минутой времени вы проводите там.
Tuesday, 17 June 2014
Lera Chenchevaya on Antarctica
Chenchevayaunderstands that one of the
most beautiful places on earth is also one of the hardest to explore. That
would be the Continent of Antarctica. Lera Chenchevaya understands that the
only time it is possible to travel there for pleasure is from November through
March. January and February are the best times. Even then, Lera Chenchevaya
cautions, it is extremely cold so be ready. Assuming you have the money to go
there are 3 basic ways you can see Antarctica.
•The safest but probably least
satisfying is by Plane. You would hire a plane in one of the closest area, Chile or Australia Both countries have
numerous tours via plane for this very purpose.
•The next safest way to visit Antarctica is on a cruise ship. Many ships are
specifically outfitted for exactly this purpose. You would be visiting the
coastal town so no pictures of the south pole but you would be able to actual
step onto the continent and explore the many incredible geologic formations.
You would also be able to visit Mawson's Huts which are the first hits for
geologic surveys in Antarctica. These huts
were built in the early 19 hundreds and established for the first tim a radio
link outside of Antarctica, specifically to Australia.
•The third and most dangerous way
would be through a well outfitted private expedition. This would allow you to
go anywhere ylou wanted however even at the height of it heat, the interior
rarely reaches a high of, -19 degrees fahrenheit. In addition a well outfitted
expedition is only a possibility for the most wealthy individuals and likely
should stay that way because of the danger involved.