Today I will tell you about the wonderful city of Kamenetz-Podolsk, which is located in the Khmelnitsky region of Ukraine. He is known, of course, primarily for its spectacular medieval castle, and famous enough that before coming here I thought that in addition to the castle there is not much to watch it :) But, as it turned out, the city gives the impression of not only the castle, but and its amazingly beautiful old town.
Walk into a certain path of the Grand Canyon "Bright Angel Trail". The aim of the campaign lookout "Plateau Point", to which about 11 km to go down and if more or less just, then lift it a real test. Especially if you go this distance in the summer in 40-degree heat.
When the confusion of the first months after birth began to pass, and we were again able to perceive their environment not only from the standpoint of "feed-wash, change clothes," habitually knocked in the head the idea of traveling. Traditionally, Christmas and New Year holidays we spent outside the home. And this year did not want to make exceptions.
The biggest hole in the ground, and the most famous park in the United States. At the Grand Canyon, I was the third time, but the place attracts the fire, the canyon can be admired forever. In the fall I'm going to finally go on the north side.
My little story I call "The trip to the fjords", because it is due to the fjords we went to Norway, but as it turned out, in addition to the fjords in the country has so much more interesting. I usually do not write reports on travel, do not keep some special card index of the facts, but in this case it's different. Norway - a country in which it is impossible not to fall in love.
Assy plateau - this summer Zhailau, located at an altitude of over 2,800 meters above sea level. In winter, the climate here is very severe, but in the summer due to heavy rains, water meadows almost every day and the scorching sun of the mountain, Zhailau becomes an ideal place for grazing livestock. Since ancient times, this blessing of nature skillfully use shepherds.