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The Finnish Archipelago Sea is the largest archipelago in the world consisted of about 50,000 islands and we are still trying to figure out why this place is just now being recognized. This Archipelago is found in the Baltic Sea and lies between the Gulf of Bothnia, the Gulf of Finland, and the Sea of Aland. According to the Finnish ‘Everyman’s Right,’ as long as you aren’t disturbing anyone by with your activities, then you are free to do what ever you please with a few rules, of course. The mere fact that most of these islands are not occupied gives a new sense of adventure for those who are up for this kind of wilderness. Also, the low salinity of the Baltic Sea makes it much more enjoyable to swim in. If you’re looking for a brand new adventure that you’ve never experienced before, I suggest you plan a trip to the Finnish Archipelago Sea to check it out!
Valletta is the tiny capital of the island nation of Malta in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea in between Sicilia and Tunisia. At first glance, Valletta looks like it’s a relic island with a fortress and with some old paintings but there is so much more! For starters you’re in paradise! This trio of islands situated in the middle of the Mediterranean means one thing: you’re surrounded by beautiful turquoise blue waters at all times. Secondly, this UNESCO World Heritage site that dates back to 1565 means that this is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world. Its fusion of North African and Mediterranean cultures creates a vibrant Carnival which is held annually in February. If you’re here in June be sure to check out the Malta International Arts Festival and Valletta Film Festival.
It’s time for a birthday party because the Big Easy is turning 300! That’s right, the usually rustle and bustle, parties and endless festivities turned up to 300! Ever since Katrina hit 13 years ago, the city has had the chance to redevelop itself into a new, New Orleans. A redeveloped business district, new restaurants deepening the already endless array of comfort creole delicacies, and now for a grand celebration of it all. Of course you have the usual festivities such as the number one destination for Mardi Gras and jazz festivals but now those festivals are going to be extra special on its Tricentennial. And not just those festivals, but all celebrations: Halloween, Christmas, NOLA running of the bulls, Navy Week, French Quarters fest, and even WrestleMania to be turned up to 300. Expect there to be new art work all around the city commemorating the birthday and the normal continuous buzz to be turned up a few notches all year.
When your first think of Australia, Canberra isn’t the first place that comes to mind. As Australia’s capital, there are many reasons why you should come spend your time here. First of all, there are many National Parks and Nature Reserves because most of the Capital Territory is consisted of them and they care about the kangaroos, emus, and koalas that live there. Canberra is even surrounded by both the Great Dividing Range and the Australian Alps on either side. On the other side of the spectrum, Canberra’s specialty is wine. Don’t forget to get your tastings in at one of the thirty wineries that are just outside of the perimeter. One annual event in particular, occurring from March 10th through March 18th, that seems like an amazing experience would be the Canberra Balloon Spectacular because over a course of nine days, there will be a fantastic view of hot air balloons across the skyline. Other events and festivals that are worth looking more into are the National Folk Festival, National Multicultural Festival, Anzac Day, and dozens more.