Join the Indefinite Journey for Free and receive this travel guide and more resources to make you travel easier! Honduras is a Central American country with Caribbean Sea coastlines to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. In the tropical rainforest near Guatemala, the ancient Mayan ceremonial site Copán has stone-carved hieroglyphics and stelae, tall stone monuments. In the Caribbean Sea are the Bay Islands, a diving destination that's part of the 1,000km-long reef system.
The Aztec country official name is United States of Mexico. It is located in the southern part of North America. It is made up of 32 states (31 states and Mexico City) and its territory covers an area of 1964375 km making it the 14th largest country in the world and the third largest in Latin America. It limits on the north with the United States along a border of 3.155 km2 while to the south border's Guatemala and Belize. The country's coastline to the west is the Pacific Ocean and to the…
Most of the dead sea lions that are washing up along northern Chile are newborn pups. The deaths are part of a widespread die-off observed elsewhere on South America's Pacific coastline. Part of the problem: El Niño.
This coastline where the Adriatic and Ionian seas meet was an idyllic seashore nothing short of magical, rivaling the beaches in the Caribbean, South Pacific, or Asia.http://luggageandlipstick.com/albanian-riviera/
Deep Sea Trader ~ Avarua, Rarotonga, Cook Islands. One of my favorite South Pacific destination; Rarotonga is a gem of beautiful coastline, a rugged interior, fascinating culture, and fleets of colorful fishing boats.
Nicaragua is a Central American country, bordered to the North by Honduras and to the South by Costa Rica. The Pacific Ocean is on its western coastline and the Caribbean Sea is on its eastern coastline. There are many surf spots in this Central American country and some will offer the best surfing in Nicaragua. To learn more follow the link. http://surfingfornewandaveragesurfers.com/best-surfing-in-nicaragua
Mount Taranaki was, without doubt, ancient New Zealand's foremost navigational beacon. As an active volcano on the western sea coastline facing Australia and Western Polynesia, it's smoky plume would have been visible for a great distance over the horizon. In line with similar belief systems amongst great civilisations, its imposing majesty would have invited religious veneration, in conjunction with the other volcanic peaks further inland. "Tara" in Maori means apex, fin or spine