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10 Best Places to Visit in Somalia

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World's deadliest tourist Destination.

World's deadliest tourist Destination.
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Travelling should be more than packing bags, travelling long way to a 7star hotel and visiting some of most likely visited tourist destination. According to my idea of holiday, if you have a charged pocket, a desire to taste some adventure (or taste death) then you must visit Somalia. Somalia is on the Horn of Africa, and is bordered by Ethiopia to the west, Djibouti to the north-west, and Kenya on its south-west. On June 21, the US Federal Government has issued a Travel Warning for the country. Travel to Somalia is EXTREMELY NOT recommended as the conflict continues.
Somalia is noted as the world's unsafe travel destination and is one of the most dangerous places on Earth.
Somalia is home to the largest coastline in Africa, good hotel and food bargains and the beautiful mountains. In 2004, Somalia's minister of tourism claimed that the country hadn't had an officially-acknowledged tourist in 14 years. The problem? Civil war and fighting among warlords seeking to gain control of drug and weapons trafficking has left Somalia a burning wreck of what was once a beautiful country.
Since the civil war broke out in 1990, Somalia is divided into no less than two dozen warring groups. The proprietors of most of the Hotels may serve delicious lobster on the roof overlooking the sea, but they also advise that visitors hire at least 10 armed guards to get them from the airport to the hotel. The United States doesn't even operate an embassy in Somalia, so you're truly on your own. Terrorist attacks, cross-border warring and brutal, violent street crime wrack the country on a daily basis. So why would you want to visit Somalia? The answer probably would be adventure.

The Safety Tips:
1. Somalia is a Muslim country. As such, be sensitive about where you point your camera. There are many great photo opportunities around every corner (the question is usually what to leave out of each image), but when photographing people, always ask first. Don't ever try to take pictures of women, even if you're a woman yourself. This is considered a great offense and can even result in more than a few harsh words. Also don't try to take pictures of anything that looks as if it could be of any strategic importance.
2. Alcohol is prohibited in Somalia and possessing alcohol will get you into a lot of trouble - and never drink and drive.
3. Never discuss religion. Even highly-educated Somalis who studied abroad won't appreciate it and doors will close for you. Also be aware that the Islamic call to prayer happens five times daily and can be heard loudly almost anywhere you go. Just understand that most Somali people are used to it and enjoy it as part of the cultural experience. If you aren't Muslim, it is not expected for you to participate, but you should always sit quietly and respectfully until the prayers end.
4. Do Take care of your clothing as you are visiting a Muslim country.
As with any travel in a war zone, exercise extreme caution. And for a last pray for a safe landing back to your town.

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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Somalia

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1. Mogadishu
2. Hargeisa
3. Bosaso
4. Galkayo
5. Berbera
6. Merca
7. Jamame
8. Kismayo
9. Baidoa
10. Burao

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Somalia, is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Ethiopia to the west, Djibouti to the northwest, the Gulf of Aden to the north, the Indian Ocean to the east, and Kenya to the southwest. Somalia has the longest coastline on the continent's mainland, and its terrain consists mainly of plateaus, plains and highlands. Climatically, hot conditions prevail year-round, with periodic monsoon winds and irregular rainfall.

Somalia has a population of around 10 million. Around 85% of residents are ethnic Somalis, who have historically inhabited the northern part of the country. Ethnic minorities make up the remainder and are largely concentrated in the southern regions. The official languages of Somalia are Somali and Arabic, both of which belong to the Afro-Asiatic family. Most people in the country are Muslim, with the majority being Sunni.

In antiquity, Somalia was an important commercial centre, and is among the most probable locations of the fabled ancient Land of Punt. During the Middle Ages, several powerful Somali empires dominated the regional trade, including the Ajuran Empire, the Adal Sultanate, the Warsangali Sultanate, and the Geledi Sultanate. In the late 19th century, through a succession of treaties with these kingdoms, the British and Italians gained control of parts of the coast and established the colonies of British Somaliland and Italian Somaliland. In the interior, Muhammad Abdullah Hassan's Dervish State successfully repelled the British Empire four times and forced it to retreat to the coastal region. The Dervishes were finally defeated in 1920 by British airpower. Italy acquired full control of the northeastern and southern parts of the area after successfully waging the so-called Campaign of the Sultanates against the ruling Majeerteen Sultanate and Sultanate of Hobyo. Italian occupation lasted until 1941, yielding to British military administration. Northern Somalia would remain a protectorate, while southern Somalia became a United Nations Trusteeship in 1949. In 1960, the two regions united to form the independent Somali Republic under a civilian government. Mohamed Siad Barre seized power in 1969 and established the Somali Democratic Republic. In 1991, Barre's government collapsed as the Somali Civil War broke out.

In the absence of a central government, Somalia's residents reverted to local forms of conflict resolution. A few autonomous regions, including the Somaliland, Puntland and Galmudug administrations, emerged in the north in the ensuing process of decentralization. The early 2000s saw the creation of fledgling interim federal administrations. The Transitional National Government (TNG) was established in 2000, followed by the formation of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) in 2004, which reestablished national institutions such as the military. In 2006, the TFG, assisted by Ethiopian troops, assumed control of most of the nation's southern conflict zones from the newly formed Islamic Courts Union (ICU). The ICU subsequently splintered into more radical groups such as Al-Shabaab, which battled the TFG and its AMISOM allies for control of the region, with the insurgents losing most of the territory that they had seized by mid-2012. In 2011–2012, a political process providing benchmarks for the establishment of permanent democratic institutions was launched.[23] Within this administrative framework a new provisional constitution was passed in August 2012 which reformed Somalia as a federation. Following the end of the TFG's interim mandate the same month, the Federal Government of Somalia, the first permanent central government in the country since the start of the civil war, was formed. The nation has concurrently experienced a period of intense reconstruction, particularly in the capital, Mogadishu. Through the years, Somalia has maintained an informal economy, based mainly on livestock, remittances, and telecommunications.

Somalia has been inhabited since at least the Paleolithic. During the Stone Age, the Doian and Hargeisan cultures flourished here. The oldest evidence of burial customs in the Horn of Africa comes from cemeteries in Somalia dating back to the 4th millennium BCE. The stone implements from the Jalelo site in the north were also characterized in 1909 as important artefacts demonstrating the archaeological universality during the Paleolithic between the East and the West.

According to linguists, the first Afro-Asiatic-speaking populations arrived in the region during the ensuing Neolithic period from the family's proposed urheimat (original homeland) in the Nile Valley, or the Near East.

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Top 10 Most Amazing Cave Paintings In The World

10. Laas Gaal Cave Paintings: Laas Gaal is a popular archaeological site located in Northwestern Somalia that contains a series of granite caves. The Neolithic paintings within the caves dating back to 8000 – 10000 years. Laas Gall cave paintings were discovered by a French archaeological team in 2002.

9. Serra da Capivara: The cave paintings in world heritages listed Serra DA Capivara national park of Brazil is the oldest known art in South America. Many of prehistoric paintings in the national park date to around 25000 years ago. They represent hunting, dancing and figures of humans and animals.

8. Bhimbetka Rock Shelters: Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh state of India housed the collection of one of the oldest cave paintings in the world. Bhimbetka contain 700 rock shelters discovered by Indian archaeological scientist V.S Wakandar in 1957. The caves deliver evidence of earliest human activities in Indian sub continent. They also display outstanding rock paintings from the Mesolithic period (10000-5000 B.C). UNESCO also declared the site as a world heritage site in 2003.

7. Cuevas de las Manos: The Cuevas de las Manos cave series in Santa Cruz province of Argentina also known as ‘cave of hands’. The cave named after paintings of hands dates between 9000 and 13000 years ago. The caves also contain paintings of hunting scenes, animals, geometric shapes and zigzag patterns. The site became a UNESCO world heritage site in 1991.

6. Kakadu Rock Art: The Kakadu national park in Darwin in Australia contains thousands of aboriginal sites including rock arts, stone tools and rock shelters. The rock arts in Kakadu national park represent earliest human civilization, back more than 40000 years ago.

5. Magura Cave: The walls of the cave decorated with outstanding paintings date back to Neolithic and early Bronze age period. The paintings depict deities, animals and hunting techniques of ancestors of the site. There is also a solar calendar on the wall of Magura cave that represent 366 days and five different festivals.

4. Chauvet cave: The rock paintings in the site date between 30000 and 32000 B.P, during Aurignacian period. The wall of the cave decorated with more than 1000 images of the ancestors of last stone age (between 50000 and 10000 years ago). The cave has remained hidden from the outer world since 20000 B.P. It was rediscovered by a group of speleologists in 1994.

3. Cave of Altamira: Cave of Altamira in Northern Spain is the first site in the world to feature upper Paleolithic cave paintings. The paintings represent wild mammals and human hands. The rock fall which sealed the cave entrance before 13000 years ago also became a factor for the rock paintings to remain to be in best preserved state.

2. Lascaux, Dordogne: Lascaux contain more than 2000 cave paintings. The Lascaux cave paintings are estimated to be 20000 years old. The paintings depict animals, human figures and abstract signs.

1. Cave of EL Castillo: The cave paintings EI catillo cave in Cantabria of Spain is the oldest known cave art in the world. The prehistoric red dots and hand stencils of EI Castillo are more than 40800 years old. Archaeologists believed that these cave arts were made by Neantherthal. The cave contain 100 different types of images and motifs.

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5 Most Amazing Unique Places On Earth

Silfra - the freshwater fissure between the continents. Silfra is a unique phenomenon on this planet.The Silfra Tectonic Fissure is a unique phenomenon on this planet. There are several other freshwater rifts similar to Silfra in Iceland, but Silfra itself is the most beautiful, interesting and easily accessible to recreational divers and snorkelers. The visibility in Silfra exceeds 100m, making it some of the clearest water in the world, and divers and snorkellers dive and float between the American and Eurasian continental plates. There are even places where they can actually touch both continents at the same time.

These facts, added to the amazingly beautiful underwater landscape of Silfra, made of lave rock, sand and algae, create a great appeal to the recreational diving and snorkelling community all around the world. Many experienced divers come to Iceland with the specific intention to come dive Silfra and experience this amazing site first hand.

Lake Hillier in Western Australia. With its mere 600 meters in length, Lake Hillier is not one that will impress you by its size. Nor will it impress you by its diverse fishes that inhabit it. Lake Hillier delights your eye with its pink color. Moreover, it lies just next to the Pacific Ocean, thus if you watch it from above, the contrast between the mellow pink of the lake and the blue of the ocean is striking.

A unique biological wonder, Caño Cristales has been referred as the “river of five colors,” “the river that ran away from paradise,” and “the most beautiful river in the world.” For most of the year, Caño Cristales is indistinguishable from any other river: a bed of rocks covered in dull green mosses are visible below a cool, clear current.

However, for a brief period of time every year, the river blossoms in a vibrant explosion of colors. During the short span between the wet and dry seasons, when the water level is just right, a unique species of plant that lines the river floor called Macarenia clavigera turns a brilliant red. It is offset by splotches of yellow and green sand, blue water, and a thousand shades in between.

There’s a beach way down in the Maldives that looks like something out of a science-fiction fairy tale. It’s gorgeous, to say the least.

Bioluminescent waves in San Diego, Red Tide Blue Waves, Alien footsteps on beach, Red Tide Surfing.

The lost world of Socotra, a remote island with plants up to 20 million years old

The remote island of Socotra could be straight out of a science-fiction movie. Its native flora is so unique and foreign to the eye that it has been described as the most alien looking place on earth. But this small island, nestled in the Indian Ocean around 250 kilometers off the coast of Somalia, is very real, and is home to around 800 rare species of flora and fauna , including varieties of plants that have existed on earth for more than 20 million years.

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10 Country Where Visa Is Not Require

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Cleanest City in Africa? KIGALI, RWANDA

You will not believe how clean KIGALI, RWANDA is until you watch this video. I am beyond shocked -- as I had no idea it was this clean and safe until coming here!!

For a brief history lesson - Back in 1994, Rwanda suffered one of the bloodiest genocides in modern history. Within 100 days (April 7 - mid July), roughly 20% of the population, or 1 million people, were slaughtered due to tribal conflicts of land ownership. It was devastating, and feels realistic to me when I learn about it because it happened within my lifetime.

Fast forward 24 years, and the capital of Kigali has done a remarkable job reconstructing and rebuilding itself to be a leading African city in terms of modernity, safety, cleanliness and tech (the wifi here is the strongest I've seen on the continent!)

The streets are so clean here in Rwanda that I could eat off them... I'm being serious! I am having flashbacks to walking around Singapore - especially when I went to a swanky rooftop infinity pool over looking the city (reminds me exactly of the Marina Bay Sands).

Have you ever been to Kigali? Or Rwanda? Do you agree with me?

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10 Best Places to Live and Teach English Abroad

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Teaching English abroad provides more opportunities than just enriching the lives of the students you come in contact with. Here are the 15 best places to live and teach English abroad.

1. Taiwan
With various jobs in the country’s major cities, you’ll be at the epicenter of this thriving nation. Although the pay isn’t as lucrative as other Asian countries. You can take in all the sights, from its towering skyscrapers to the food markets, hot springs, and beautiful beaches.


2. Vietnam
Decent salaries plus a low cost of living make Vietnam the ideal place to teach English abroad. As long as you have a degree, a TEFL certificate, and you’re a citizen of a native English-speaking country, your options for teaching in Vietnam, especially in Ho Chi Minh City, are endless. Vietnam is known for its picturesque scenery, beautiful coastline, and its numerous cultural offerings.


3. Poland
Poland needs native English-speaking teachers. The major cities will even sponsor work visas for Americans and qualified non-European Union citizens.You can also explore the country’s exquisite architecture, tour the salt mines, or get some retail therapy at Galeria Krakowska shopping mall.


4. South Korea
South Korean schools offer free airfare, free housing, health insurance, and up to 2-4 weeks paid vacation per year. In the center of a technologically advanced country, you can live in some of the most dynamic cities, including Busan and Seoul.


5. Brazil
After the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup, the demand for English-speaking teachers skyrocketed in Brazil.Besides, you could wander around the tropical rainforest, lounge on the beach, enjoy some authentic cuisine, or learn to dance samba in one of the country’s many Latin clubs.


6. China
It is probably the most financially rewarding place to work in. After living expenses are paid, English teachers in China can save approximately $500 to $1,000 per month. Aside from the salary and the benefits that come along with it, it’s also one of the most ever-changing business centers in the world.


7. United Arab Emirates
If you’re looking to teach abroad and be paid between $2,400-$4,000 per month, the United Arab Emirates may be the place for you. You'll need some teaching experience, and a TEFL certification. But once you land a job you can expect free housing or even subsidized housing for teachers.


8. Thailand
Working as a native English-speaking teacher is great because you can enjoy this dreamy destination while making a living! There are plenty of job opportunities as long as you have a four-year degree and you’re fluent in English.


9. Russia
If you’ve ever wanted to explore Russia, becoming an English teacher is the best way to get a dose of its Eastern and Western European culture. The salary might not be as substantial, but you’ll be able to work in a major city, such as Moscow or St. Petersburg.


10. Saudi Arabia
Although the salaries range from $1,000 to $3,000 a month, teaching in Saudi Arabia means you’ll have great health benefits. If you have a few years of teaching underneath your belt, you should have no problem finding a position at a private or public school.

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Somalia | The most dangerous country in the world!

Somalia the most dangerous country in the world!
Pirates, poverty, corruption, but at the same time, beautiful beaches, nature and fertile land! All shades of life have mixed up in this amazing and dangerous African country!

What is DJIBOUTI?

Have you ever heard of the country called DJIBOUTI? If not, don't feel embarrassed... because it's a very tiny country on the Horn of Africa that gets minimal tourism -- roughly 70,000 visitors per year.

Over the last 2 days, I have explore every facet of the capital & biggest city called Djibouti City. I find this place to be the most interesting country in Africa.

Here are some of my quick realizations:

- It's VERY EXPENSIVE -- I have spent more than $400 in the last 2 days and I haven't done much other than walk around, take a few taxis, eat 4 meals & sleep (keep in mind my visa was $90 and my hotel was $105).

- Walking around the streets feels very much like France, from the colonization period that started in 1884 and ended in 1977. The people here speak French (first), Arabic (second) and English (third, if any at all).

- There is a LOT OF SECURITY everywhere -- police/military guards standing on every corner (literally) with giant guns strapped to their backs. It is kind of crazy and very intimidating, but safe.

- About a quarter of Djibouti's population (~250,000 people) are living in extreme poverty, which is more extreme than you'd think given that this country is so expensive. A massive contrast between rich & poor.

All of my thoughts on this mysterious country, and more, are in this video. Have you ever been to Djibouti?

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Top 10 Most Expensive Gemstones In The World

Gemstones are always been used as a reflection of one's wealth and status in our society. We always desire to have such gemstones which is very rarest and have unique colour and quality, but because of its rarity and highly expensive price only few people succeed to buy them.

Jadeite
Jadeite is a pyroxene mineral, it is formed in metamorphic rocks under high pressure and relatively low temperature conditions. Jadeite Name is derived from the Spanish phrase “piedra de ijada” which means “stone of the side”. It was believed to cure kidney stones if it was rubbed against the side of the afflicted person’s body.

Red Diamonds
Red diamonds are extremely rare diamond in the world that only a very few red diamonds are ever found. The gem is described as a purplish red, so it is not a pure red, crimson, vermilion, or scarlet.

Serendibite
Serendibite is an extremely rare mineral and gem that was first discovered in 1902 in Sri Lanka by Dunil Palitha Gunasekera and named after Serendib, the old Arabic name for Sri Lanka.

Blue Garnet
Garnets species are found in many colors including red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, pink and colorless. The rarest of these is the blue garnet, discovered in the late 1990s in Bekily, Madagascar.

Grandidierite
Grandidierite is an extremely rare mineral and gem that was first discovered in 1902 in southern Madagascar.

Painite
Painite is a rare borate material discovered in the 1950s by the Englishman Arthur C. Pain. It has a natural hexagon shape and has an orange-red or brownish-red color.

Musgravite
This gemstone is actually a silicate mineral that was first discovered in Australia in an area called Musgrave. It was later found also in Greenland and Madagascar, but neither of them produces gem quality material.

Bixbite
Bixbite gemstone commonly known as the ‘red beryl emerald’ is one of the rarest gemstone in the world. This gemstone can only be found in just a few places in Utah, mainly in Juab County, Beaver County, and Sierra County in New Mexico.

Black opal
Black opal is the rarest form of opal stone, although opal stones can also be found in shades of blue, gray, green, brown, olive, pink, orange, red, stale, white, yellow, and rose.

Jeremejevite
Jeremejevite is a rare aluminium borate mineral with variable fluoride and hydroxide ions. Most of this stone are colored blue or yellow. White and colorless versions of this gem have also been discovered.

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TOP 10 Places to Visit in Papua New Guinea

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10. Kavieng
Kavieng is the capital of the Papua New Guinean province of New Ireland and the largest town on the island of the same name. The town is located at Balgai Bay, on the northern tip of the island. As of 2009, it had a population of 17,248.

09. Kokopo
Kokopo is the capital of East New Britain in Papua New Guinea. The capital was moved from Rabaul in 1994 when the volcanoes Tavurvur and Vulcan erupted.

08. Lae
Lae is the capital of Morobe Province and is the second-largest city in Papua New Guinea. It is located near the delta of the Markham River and at the start of the Highlands Highway, which is the main ..

07. Goroka
Goroka is the capital of the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. It is a town of approximately 19,000 people, 1600m above sea level.

06. Mount Hagen
Mount Hagen is the third largest city in Papua New Guinea, with a population of 46,250. It is the capital of the Western Highlands Province and is located in the large fertile Wahgi Valley in central .

05. Madang
Madang is the capital of Madang Province and is a town with a population of 27,420 on the north coast of Papua New Guinea. It was first settled by the Germans in the 19th century. Madang is the home of Divine Word University.

04. Alotau
Alotau is the capital of Milne Bay Province, in the south-east of Papua New Guinea. It is located on the northern shore of Milne Bay. Alotau is also the annual forum for Australian and Papua New Guinean ministers.

03. Torres Strait Islands
The Torres Strait Islands are a group of at least 274 small islands which lie in Torres Strait, the waterway separating far northern continental Australia's Cape York Peninsula and the island of New Guinea.

02. Rabaul
Rabaul is a township in East New Britain province, on the island of New Britain, in the country of Papua New Guinea. New Britain is an island about 60 kilometres to the east of the island of New Guinea.

01. Port Moresby
Port Moresby is the sprawling capital of Papua New Guinea, a country north of Australia. The vast anthropological collection at the PNG National Museum and Art Gallery includes masks and carved wooden poles. Nearby, Parliament House is modeled on a traditional house of worship. Its entrance is dominated by a large, colorful mosaic featuring national motifs. There are views over Port Moresby Harbour from Paga Hill.

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Top 10 Amazing Facts About Kerala - in Hindi हिंदी (2018)

Hello in this video We are going to talk about fascinating and surprising facts about Kerala. Please comment your thoughts on this video.
Kerala is one of the most visited as well as one of the placed where literacy is about 100%. But it is one of those places known for its hartals and political killings. Find out other interesting facts about Kerala and its Rich culture. Kerala is also famous for its temples some temples are Sabarimala temple. People of any religion can enter this temple. That is, if people of any faith follow the rules of this Temple then they are allowed to enter this temple. This temple is opened at the entrance of the women. The women in this temple are not allowed to enter the age of ten years from the age of 10 years to 50 years. Kerala is also famous for it tourist destinations like Munnar, Kochi, and Trivandrum.
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