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15 Places to See

Nature has created so many amazing places on the planet. Our lifetime is not enough to see them all. So let’s see some of these wonderful places on the Earth. All of them are really worth to visit. Especially if you are a passionate traveller. Phi Phi Islands, Thailand Santorini (Thera), Greece Maldives Machu Picchu, Peru Bora Bora Socotra, Yemen Buenos Aires Lake (Argentina) / General Carrera Lake (Chile) Bagan, Myanmar The Salt Desert (Salar de Uyuni), Bolivia Ha Long Bay, Vietnam Angkor Wat, Cambodia Iguazu Falls, Brazil/Argentina The Twelve Apostles, Australia Seychelles Tanah Lot, Bali [schema type=”review” url=”http://guidetropical.com/” name=”GuideTropical” description=”Your Tropical Islands Guide” rev_name=”15 amazing places to see” rev_body=”Places are really worth to visit.” author=”Montgomery Shepherd” pubdate=”2013-07-20″ user_review=”10″ min_review=”1″ max_review=”10″ ].
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Types of Surfing Waves

Everyone starts out a beginner. The call of the sea and the appeal of surfing waves can attract men and women alike, explaining the immense popularity of surfing as a popular beach activity. Surfing draws both beginners and those who see going along with the flow as part of a lifestyle and a passion that goes beyond casual days out in the sun. The allure of the ocean is understandable. What can be more exhilarating than rushing up to meet a giant wave, in the face of raw energy and pure natural forces, and then defying that energy by riding along with it, for a moment being one with Mother Nature? It can be quite an addictive feeling. When one first plans to hit the sea for the waves, it can be intimidating to conquer the elements at their raw form. Most of what is involved includes some understanding of.
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Surfing in Australia

For surfers, the best spot to surf is where the wind, swell, tides and seafloor meet. Wind creates the quality of waves as its force and interaction with the tide and the ocean floor create a nice wave condition. Surfers have travelled all over the world to look for the best waves and they found Australia as the best surfing destination. Australia is known as a world class surfing destination because its 37,000-kilometer coastline is blessed with fine looking beaches, reefs and point breaks that challenge the professional surfers all over the world. For the neophyte who wants to simply play with the waves, there are several swells they can paddle safely. A rundown of Australia’s most popular surfing destination will keep you wanting to visit the place. Gold Coast found in Queensland is considered to be the surfer’s paradise because it is consists of beaches that stretch up to.
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