Рождественские праздники – один из лучших периодов в году😻🎄 •Подарочки🎁
И многое другое...
Особенно интересно узнавать о семейных традициях друзей и знакомых,делиться своими.
Завтра Крещение и мне стало интересно сколько здесь смельчаков,которые завтра идут купаться?
#tbt to the day we drove from Sydney to Coffs Harbour and had a romantic Segway adventure with @timeoutadventures ! 😎 There were storms looming all day but it didn’t start raining until we got off at the end. ⛈ In true Aussie style when we got to the top our tour guide flapped out a blanket and said, “here’s ya blanket, here’s ya champers, here’s ya strawberries, and I’ll be back in twenty”. 😂
The Muslims and Australian Camels
The camel story began in the early 1800s, when explorers of Australia's vast inland recognized that horses are not very suitable to explore the harsh unknown inland.
In 1840 Muslim cameleers arrived in Australia and thus camels made their way into the Australian Outback. Muslims took part in expeditions and worked on the Great Northern Railway Line. They also helped to open Australia's inland. The railway line from Port Augusta to Alice Springs soon became known as the Ghan Line.
However in the 1920s motor vehicles kicked the camels in Australia out of their jobs. Some animals were killed, but most were just abandoned. The camels survived in Australia's vast unsettled inland
These days camel trekking have become quite popular for tourists. Camel farms can be found throughout the Outback; who offer camel rides for an hour and expeditions of a couple of days, or even weeks. .
In this photo, Fahim and I enjoying the sunset with the stunning views of the desert landscape and felt nothing less like the early explorers. Yes, that's adventure travel!