Das Siam Krokodil ist ein kleines bis mittelgroßes Süßwasserkrokodil mit einer relativ breiten, glatten Schnauze und einem erhabenen, knochigen Kamm hinter jedem Auge. Das Verbreitungsgebiet erstreckt sich über Weite Teile Südostasiens, allerdings ist es in vielen Regionen stark gefährdet oder bereits ausgerottet. Große männliche Exemplare werden bis zu 4 Meter groß.
The Siamese crocodile is a small to medium-sized freshwater crocodile with a relatively broad, smooth snout and an elevated, bony crest behind each eye. It is native to Southeastasia and critically endangered and already extirpated from many regions. Large male specimens can reach 4 m.
Fresh and flavorful! Vietnamese food is out of this world, and we can't wait to show you the best noodles, savory pancakes, spring rolls, bahn mi sandwiches, and more in Hoi An, Vietnam next year. Here's how you can join us:
Right now we're scheduling casual chats with all future trip participants - something we do to make sure our Vietnam experiences are a good fit for you before you officially book with us. So if you might want to join our Vietnam adventures in *JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2020* (or Jan-Apr 2021), sign up for a call now. There's no pressure, no obligation. Just a time to get to know you and answer any questions.
Deadline to express interest for 2020 trips is April 27. We'd love to hear from you!
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Kevin Fritz | Wading in the Red Sea⠀
“When I was first presented the idea of traveling to Saudi Arabia for a week, I was a tad hesitant. The region has a history of instability and Yemen, to its south, was randomly firing missiles across the border at the time. But I had never been to Asia and the thought of missing out on adventure like this was too much to turn down. Plus, I knew what I wanted to do—dip my feet in the Red Sea.⠀
An inlet of the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea separates Saudi Arabia and Asia from the coast of Africa acting as a major transportation route for thousands of years. But for me, it was the biblical undertone that had me intrigued. This was the body of water that Moses allegedly parted with his staff while leading the Israelites out of Egypt.⠀
When I learned our hotel in the City of Yanbu sat on the Red Sea, I was elated, only to find this was not a beach hotel, but a property near a port. Nothing but a small, littered spit of sand on an inlet. Nevertheless, I put my feet in. Silty and jellied mud seeping through my toes, I spent only a moment, disappointed with my venture. But real victory would soon be mine.⠀
Days later, I spied a public beach and asked our driver if we could stop. The next thing I knew, I am removing my socks and shoes, rolling up my suit pants and wading in the warm, sandy-bottom sea that once swallowed Pharaoh and his advancing troops.”⠀
(Link in Bio)⠀
Partie 1 ● 《Voyer les graines d'une plante qui s'envolent dans le vent : elles viennent de cette plante mais elles ne sont pas cette plante, car elles s'en sont détachées et, en tombant à terre et en s'enfouissant dans le sol,
elles donnes naissance à une plante autre que celle dont le vent les a séparées.
Si elles étaient douées de pensée, elles ne se rappelleraient rien, et elles n'anticiperaient rien non plus. 》● Livre : Le Bureau Des Jardins et des Étangs
Auteur : Didier Decoin
🇧🇷 Singapura inaugura o Jewel Changi Airport com a maior cachoeira interna do mundo. Conhecido como o “Vórtice de chuva do HSBC”, o local é cercado pelo vale da floresta Shiseido, um jardim de quatro andares repleto de milhares de plantas e árvores. O aeroporto foi projetado por Safdie Architects e inaugurado em 17 de abril de 2019. 🇺🇸Singapore opens the Jewel Changi Airport with the world's largest indoor waterfall. Known as the "HSBC Rain Vortex," which is surrounded by the Shiseido Forest Valley, a four-story garden filled with thousands of plants and trees. Designed by Safdie Architects and inaugurated on April 17, 2019. #singapore#waterfall#innovation#trends#architecture#architettura#tecnology#nature#asia#airport#singaporeair#trending#trendy#inovacao