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I have had the opportunity to go to many interesting places in the world. One of them was Portugal's Algarve city. Unfortunately, there were no direct flights from my country to the Algarve. So I had to fly to Lisbon first to get to Algarve. You have two alternatives from here. You go straight to the Algarve. Or spend a day or two in Lisbon and then take the plane or the bus to the Algarve. Obviously, a 3-hour bus journey is not a bad alternative, given the time lapsed at the airport, but if you are going to take the plane, make sure to use Faro airport transer at the airport....

A portable fish finder is known as a marvel in modern science and engineering. Can you imagine being able to detect where fishes hide, regardless of the depth of the water while you are on your boat? You can simply toss the transducer right into the water and wait for it to send a signal back to you to let you know if a good catch is waiting for you on that spot or not. That is how easy fishing becomes since the development of these fish finders. If you are looking to buy one, Fish Finder Hub website can help you....

Flora and Fauna For people visiting Bali, their stay will most likely be painted in the colors of the wildlife and amazing flora. The country possesses a large variety of natural sanctuaries and wildlife parks that work towards preserving the nature of Bali. These areas are open to the public and are popular tourist spots that attract many visitors every year. Despite being one of the most demanded tourist destinations in the world, Bali’s eco-system harbors many species of native fauna. Any individual staying in Bali is bound to encounter some interesting creatures, great and small, depending on how close they want to be with the wildlife. Animals like leopards, tigers and panthers used to live in Bali in large amounts years ago, adorning the jungles and forests of the island with their beauty. Nowadays, even though they are still present on the island, running into one while exploring the island is quite unlikely to happen. Balinese monkeys One of the most popular wildlife area in Bali is the Ubud Monkey Forest. It is one of the places that can’t be missed during holidays in Bali. It is however recommended to be careful in the forest as the Balinese monkeys can be very unpredictable,...

If you want your holiday accommodation to be a home away from home there’s no better way to go than renting an apartment in your chosen destination. The locals don’t live in hotels, so why should you? Unlike a poky hotel room, a short term rented apartment gives you all the space and comfort of being at home, but in an exciting new place. Worried about getting a good spot at the pool? Not a problem if you rent an apartment with a pool of its own. More and more people are renting apartments instead of booking hotels for their vacations, and it’s easy to see why. Apart from the increased convenience, comfort and privacy of having your own place, it often works out a lot cheaper, especially for a family vacation or for a group of friends. And having your own pad abroad can really give you a different holiday experience. It’s nice to be able to return local hospitality by having people over to your place for dinner or a get-together. Trying out local restaurants is an important part of any holiday, but it’s great to be able to visit the local market, buy some fresh produce, and have a...

Balinese Art The words art and artist do not exist in the language of Bali. There, art is at the borders of the supernatural. Dance, music, masks, gifts, decorations, cremations are many ways to contact the spirits in the afterlife, rule over Bali. The Balinese art constantly changes forms as proven by tradition. Earthquakes, climate, materials, artists and sculptors’ hands are constantly at work. This attachment to tradition has made exceptional Balinese artisans. If once they created kriss sets with precious stones for the princes, now they carve the wooden panels and doors of the palace that are so popular in antique shops. Art villages Batubulan (8 km from Denpasar) is a village famous for its craftsmen, sometimes very young, sculpting monsters and gods of stone, thanks to the skill of their scissors. Batubulan is also rich in temples and every morning at 9 am a theatrical performance of Barong (those who did not have the chance to attend an authentic Barong in a village, can catch up with that at Batubulan). Celuk (3 km Batubulan) is a village dedicated to silverware. Gold and silver are treated according to ancient techniques (filigree tasted little overloaded by the West) to make craft wonders. Mas (5...