Unveiled the Bermuda Triangle Mystery

The answer to one of the questions that people have thought about for years…

The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle would be resolved:


Ships and planes, over time, would have disappeared because of a particular weather phenomenon. The conditional, however, is a must because, despite the news about it had a big echo, remain in doubt.

According to a group of scientists, led by Dr. Steve Miller, meteorologist at Colorado State University, in the Atlantic Ocean portion closest to the Caribbean and the Americas, which would have occurred in the past mysterious accidents, they would form the “hexagonal clouds”. A kind of “killer” barrier of clouds at the bottom of this layer, in fact, the wind speed on the sea would come to exceed 270 km / h.

Ships and planes that were accidentally in this area would be faced with waves of up to 15 meters and strong winds. Equal to those that are unleashed during the most violent hurricanes.






“This type of hexagonal clouds are, essentially, air bombs,” explained Dr. Cerveny of Arizona State University.


The clouds, according to the expert, form the micro-explosions of jets of air down from the cloud, which then would affect the ocean, forming huge waves.


A similar phenomenon has been observed in the North Sea, in Europe. Although, according to supporters of the myth, it is not possible to compare what is happening in locations as distant and diverse on the planet.


Then it assumed that the disappearance of ships and aircraft had something to do with the paranormal or UFO. And it was, in any case, inexplicable.

Today, however, we know that in that area we are so glad accidents and shipwrecks but not more than other areas of the world.

Lately, also, there is no news of vessels or aircraft disappeared into thin air. Therefore, as we read in Science Alert, “there is no mystery to be solved. The real news is not the solution to a long-standing myth, but the potential discovery of a new atmospheric phenomenon”. That could be, perhaps, even more interesting.



The Top 5 Secret Travel Destinations

Mother nature give us thousands of really beautiful places, but not all of them are famous and well-attended by tourists and travellers. So for your next holiday visit secret travel destinations that most people never heard!

Rotorua, New Zealand

Rotorua, New Zealand







Soak your feet in the hot springs of Rotorua, a New Zealand city known for its geysers, thermal springs, and bubbling mud pools. It’s nicknamed the “Sulphur City“ Rotorua has the nickname Sulphur City, because of the hydrogen sulphide emissions, which gives Rotorua a “rotten eggs” smell, as well as rotten-rua combining its legitimate name and the rotten smell prevalent.  Travellers can also partake in water sports in the region’s many lakes.

Marble Caes, Chile




Another secret travel destination is the breathtaking Marble Caves, which are located on a peninsula bordering Lake Genreal Carrera in Chile are an amazing network where thousands of years of waves washing up against calcium carbonate gave formed swirling marble platterns on cavern walls. There are ferries from Chile Chico that will take you to and through the Marble cave and its tunnels. The caves are based on a lake, and the only way to reach them is by ferry

Namaqualand, Namibia and South Africa



600 miles in Namibia and South Africa full with orange and white daisies, creating one of the most surreal landscapes in the world. Every spring the area suddenlfy changes in a beautiful orange sea of flowers. And the flowers do not have to be approached by car alone. There are hiking and cycling routes that allow close scrutiny of the flower route’s indigenous flora.

Semuc Champney, Guatamela

Semuc Champey

Guatemala’s Semuc Champey is a paradise for those in search of turquoise waters hidden amidst a lush landscape. Though the ride there can be bumpy, once you arrive, you’ll find a limestone bridge with a series of natural pools that provide cool waters ideal for swimming.

Pink Hutt Lagoon, Australia


Depending on the weather the flat lagoon shows it’s beautiful in the color of red and pink. The reason for the amazing colorings is the sea weed Dunaliella salina. During the flowering time the weed sets the dye Betacarotene free. This dye stains the salt crystals in the sea water. Dunaliella salina is probably one of the most salt-tolerant plants ever and survives even in water with a salinity of 35 percent Betacarotene.

The 10 Most Beautiful Destinations Become Famous in Movie

Would you like to visit a movie destination?
There are unique places in the world, reaching the popularity only when they are “used” for something else. natural scenery, but also churches and buildings that become a film location and are no longer themselves, but become …other.


This time we want try to plan a trip to one of these great destinations known thanks to popular films: Let’s go to see together which are the most attractive destinations in the world, become famous thanks to the movies filmed there:

Vicky, Cristina Barcelona – Woody Allen, 2008:


Two young american tourists, Vicky and Cristina, are in Barcelona for the summer.
Woody Allen shows the most romantic, artistic and dynamic part of the Catalan city. Discover it through this magical reconstruction.


Argo – Ben Affleck , 2012


Set in Tehran after the Iranian revolution in 1979, the film focuses on the so-called Canadian Caper, the secret joint operation between the US and Canada to make free six American citizens refugees Canadian embassy in the Iranian capital. A true and gripping story that make us understand the darker side of Teheran.


Tomb Raider – Simon West, 2001

ANGKOR WAT, (Cambogia)

Action, adventure and adrenaline are the ingredients that make up this famous action-movie by Simon West that keeps us glued to the screen, not just to not miss a moment of this dynamic film, but also to admire the beauty of Cambodia and particularly the majestic Angkor Wat , a Khmer temple in the archaeological site of Angkor, the main location used for this movie.


Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain – Jean Pierre Jeaunet, 2001

PARIS, (France)

Ahh Paris! scent of romantic love in the alleys of the Ville Lumiere. Jeaunet tells this magical capital through the eyes of a dreamer : Amelie Poulain, the embodiment of joy and naivety, romance and dream. The film shows the most romantic side of Paris, lived intimately through dreams and love. Must see.


The Beach – Danny Boyle, 2000

 KOH PHI PHI LEH, (Thailand)

The beach that inspired “The Beach”, Denny Boyle’s masterpiece that makes you think about the sense of discovery and the pursuit of happy dimension on earth.
Koh Phi Phi Leh is considered today one of the most pristine and beautiful places on the planet : an uninhabited island that lies 1.5km off the southernmost tip of Phi Phi Don.
Stunning vertical cliffs capped with green foliage give way to small sandy beaches and tropical coral seas in a triumph of colors that will leave the visitor spellbound.



 Lord of the Rings – Peter Jackson, 2001

NORTH ISLAND, (New Zealand)


New Zealand is known for the beauty of its nature, the blue pristine waters of rivers, lakes and impressive mountains.
It not by chance, in fact, this majestic and pristine land has been chosen as a major location for the filming of the movie “The Lord of the Rings”. Since when this trilogy by J.R.R Tolkien was adapted and became a movie, tourism in New Zealand recorded an increase of 40% according to statistics.
All those who have always wanted to see up close Middle-earth and other places where it was filmed the movie now can do.
Moreover, excursions to literary themes like these, now have their name: “Tourism Tolkien.”




  Thelma & Louise – Ridley Scott, 1991



The park is located in a desert plateau and isolated in the middle of the Navajo territory and is famous throughout the world for having been the backdrop for many western movies and many other films. The charm of the place is particularly due to the reddish rock formations high up to 300/400 which are butt calls (when they are taller than wide) or mesa (when they are wider than tall).
It did not take long to identify the natural stage that was the backdrop to one of the most exciting moments recounted by the seventh art: the leap into the void (Louise) and Susan Sarandon Thelma (Geena Davis). Leaning out from the balcony of the Dead Horse Point State Park, you can try to locate the point of the legendary final.




La Dolce Vita – Federico Fellini, 1960



La Dolce Vita features a period, a lifestyle of the Rome of the ’50s, made famous in the world thanks to Federico Fellini’s film “La Dolce Vita” in fact, a masterpiece of Italian cinema.
The term “Dolce Vita” is indicative today of a historic Italian period, between the ’50s and’ 60s, when the paparazzi trying to capture the stars of the Italian and world cinema that used to walk along Via Veneto, the most visited Roman road of that period.
Actresses and internationally renowned actors used to spend their evenings here, maybe after shows and shooting. It was not difficult to meet movie stars like Sophia Loren, who were walking in Via dei Condotti, where even at that time were the most luxurious shops of Rome.




  Indiana Jones and the last crusade – Steven Spielberg, 1989

PETRA, (Jordan)


Many movie fans have found Petra watching Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the Nabataean city hidden between the gorges of the desert of Jordan. Discovered in 1812 by the Swiss traveler, Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, Petra is a city of stone remained in the shadows for centuries. Since the discovery of Burckhardt, Petra has become one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world. For the colors of the rocks and the rock architectures. Among all, the symbol of Petra is the ancient tomb of the Nabataean king Aretas III decorated with divine and mythological figures. “The most beautiful place on earth, not for the ruins, but the colors of the rocks,” said Lawrence of Arabia.
And it is the color the protagonists of the charm of this city, to be admired at different times of the day.




Nederlanders blijken gulle fooigevers in de taxi


Nederlanders zijn gulle fooigevers in de taxi van of naar een vliegveld. Dit blijkt uit onderzoek van Taxi2airport. Het online taxiplatform heeft onlangs onderzocht hoeveel fooi Nederlandse reizigers aan taxichauffeurs geven. Het gaat hierbij om taxiritten van of naar commerciële Nederlandse luchthavens in het derde kwartaal van 2016. Gemiddeld geven Nederlanders € 5,30 fooi per rit. Afgewogen tegen de prijs van een gemiddelde rit, komt dit uit op 5,98%.

Luchthavens in Nederland

Nederland telt 27 vliegvelden, waarvan er 5 commercieel zijn. De overige vliegvelden worden gebruikt voor militaire- of recreatieve doeleinden. De commerciële luchthavens zijn verspreid over Amsterdam (Schiphol), Eindhoven (Eindhoven Airport), Rotterdam (Rotterdam The Hague airport), Maastricht (Maastricht Aachen airport) en Groningen (Groningen airport Eelde).

Landelijk gemiddelde

Binnen het onderzoek werd gebruik gemaakt van kwartaal 3 van 2016. In deze periode werd aan 59 taxichauffeurs gevraagd om ontvangen fooien te registreren. In totaal werden 1200 ritten geanalyseerd. Uit deze analyse werd een selectie gemaakt van gelijkwaardige taxiritten (op basis van afstanden) en gelijke aantallen ritten per luchthaven. Hieruit is gebleken dat Nederlandse reizigers gemiddeld € 5,30 fooi geven. De gemiddelde prijs voor een taxirit van of naar een vliegveld blijkt uit de analyse € 88,60 te bedragen.

Provinciale verschillen

Naast het landelijke gemiddelde kon Taxi2airport duidelijke provinciale verschillen opmerken. Zo geven reizigers uit Zeeland gemiddeld het meeste fooi (€ 9,07). Ook Friezen en Noord-Brabanders geven betrekkelijk veel fooi. Reizigers uit Friesland geven gemiddeld € 8,78 uit en Noord-Brabanders houden het op iets meer dan 8 euro (€ 8,03).


Figuur 1: gemiddelde fooi aan taxichauffeurs - per provincie

Reizigers uit Utrecht en Zuid-Holland geven het minste fooi. Zuid-Hollanders geven gemiddeld € 2,87 aan fooi uit. Utrechters houden hun hand het meest op de knip; met een gemiddeld fooi bedrag van € 1,75.

Fooi advies

Voor taxidiensten bestaan er geen (duidelijke) richtlijnen of verwachtingen met betrekking tot fooi. Juist om deze reden is het opvallend dat Nederlanders bijna 6% fooi geven.


Top 10 must-have apps for travelers

Now we know: the fellow travelers most reliable we have are our smartphones: Those who got them, can’t travel anymore without some loyal support app, which helps to disentangle between unexpected and little troubles of the holiday.

Let’s find out what are the best apps for those who never cease to travel the world!

Chubb travel smart: Chubb Travel Smart is the go-to app for the travel, medical, and security information you need for your trip. Have 24/7 access to emergency assistance at the touch of a button, receive real-time security alerts, look up your destination details, search for travel health conditions, and more!


Trip It : View all your travel plans in one place. TripIt will create a master itinerary for each of your trips that you can access anytime, anywhere—for free.



Tripadvisor : Whatever your destination, on TripAdvisor you can find more than 225 million reviews, photos, opinions of travelers and maps. Use also all your booking options for hotels, restaurants and flights with a simple touch.


Find My Medicine : Whether you are a frequent traveler or you’re leaving for a holiday abroad for the first time, find my medicine is the app to put absolutely in your suitcase! In a few clicks, in fact, it will allow you to find the corresponding name of your medicines in the country where you are.

Google Maps : Want to go somewhere? There is Maps! the official and reliable GPS navigation app that gives you real-time information on traffic, public transport and details of millions of sites. Use the new offline maps tool for research, directions and navigation without Internet connection.

Around Me : AroundMe quickly identifies your position and allows you to choose the nearest bank, bar, gas station, hospital, hotel, restaurant, supermarket and more. Moreover shows you a complete list of all the businesses in the category you have tapped on along with the distance from where you are.


Party With A Local : Party with a Local is a free app that connects travelers with locals who want to party. When you travel, it’s a fun way to meet the locals. Make new friends and find the best bars and clubs for the night, places that normally you would not get from tourist. ‘Cause a night out anywhere, in a city in the world, it’s better with someone of the place’.


XE Currency : XE is the go-to site for currency conversions on the web, so it’s no surprise that its app is so popular: with over 20 million downloads since launch. But for the traveler it is most useful for the simple fact that it’s able to convert every world currency.

TripVerse : A plan-your-own-adventure app that keeps modern travelers connected even when they’re off the grid. Tired of traveling with a million post-it notes, printouts and awkward screenshots—or the constant hunt for wi-fi en route? The TripVerse App lets you explore past trip itineraries by real people and plan your own adventure with maps, photos and notes you can view offline while you’re on the move. The interesting feature is that these are all real adventures! Use TripVerse to plan your trip off the road joke.


iTranslate : iTranslate is an award winning translation tool that helps to break down language barriers. With its cutting edge technology you can speak any language in a second.

KLM Launches Free KLM Media App on Board

Are you going to have a long tired flight? Are you wondering what you can do to kill the time on board? KLM launches a solution for your problem called KLM Media app.

KLM Launches Free KLM Media App on Board

What is KLM Media app?

It is an application for smartphone and tablets allowing passengers to download their favourite publications to read during travel time. The application is a solution for entertainment inflight, as well as reduces impact on environment from newspaper copies. Up to now, KLM provides a wide selections of Dutch and international media including:

  • Holland Herald
  • Air France Magazine
  • Financieel Dagblad
  • Telegraaf
  • Trouw
  • Volkskrant
  • Le Monde
  • International New York Times
  • USA Today
  • Financial Times
  • Wallstreet Journal
  • Die Welt
  • El Pais
  • China News Weekly
  • China Time

KLM promises to improve its sources of publications in the near future.

How to use KLM Media app?

KLM launches free KLM Media app on board

You can download the application for iOS and Android. The application is available in 12 languages and opened for everyone.

KLM clients are able to log in with their Flying Blue account, KLM account or booking code 30 hours previous to their flight. Take advantage of free wifi at the airport to download your favourite publication to your device. The number of downloadable media depends on your travel class and Flying Blue status.

For non-KLM clients, you still have the access to the airline’s own magazine – Holland Herald.

Next time flying with KLM, you can be sure that you will have some nice time on board enjoying your favourite news paper.

Airport WiFi Password Finally Revealed

Despite of huge demand for free airport WiFi, They still keep Wifi passwords secretly or limit our surfing time. Here we are, finally a hero created a folder or wireless passwords at airports worldwide.

Who is This Internet Hero?

That guy is Anil Polat, a blogger, a computer security engineer and a traveler. Understanding the struggle or boredom at airports, he created a comprehensive folder with not only airport WiFi passwords but useful tricks to unlock time restrictions and locations for the best connection (eg. Sit next to Air France / KLM Lounge). His aim is helping travelers to find easily a wireless connect point for entertaining during a long layover, working or communicating with family and friends.

How To Get Access to The Airport WiFi?


Try it out and click on an airplane above

Just by clicking on a blue plane, the most updated information about the airport’s connection will be shown. Currently over 100 airports are marked on the map-including major hubs. However, the number is increasing thanks to real-time update system and crowdsourcing from people like you or pilots and flight attendants. People are welcomed to share Their information about airport wireless hotspots via his Facebook  or send a direct email at his website .

For offline using-which is obviously Necessary, WiFox the application is available on App Store , Google Play  and Amazon . The cost for the application is $1.99-which is once downloaded so you can enjoy the offline version.

airport wifi

Now you are free to check-in on Facebook before your flight departures or your can Tweet about the delayed flight.

Not only main cities – A Holiday in 10 beautiful remotest destinations all over the world

Going on holiday means also escape away from the bustle of the city.


This is certainly one of the reasons why one of the big trend of the moment in the travel world is to shift focus from major tourist centers to move towards a slower tourism, more displaced, walking to discover the surrounding territories and the beauties hidden and unknown  to the mass.

Countless alternatives to be considered to enjoy a pleasant and relaxing holiday, but at the same time not conventional: medieval villages, great natural parks, little known regions that offer excellent local products and breathtaking landscapes: magnificent destinations to reach to don’t  miss the beauty of the holiday in its every little facet.

We selected a list of  wonderful and undervalued destinations around the world, do not forget to leave your comment and to let us know which is your favorite!















HAIKU STAIRS, The Staiway to Heaven, HAWAII




















Why you have to turn off your phone during a flight?

Travelling by airplane comes up with a series of flight safety rules of which some are annoying. It could be better if everyone understands the reason behind them. Here we have some explanations.

Phone off

Why you have to turn off your phone during a flight?

This belongs to the most mysterious airplane rules because no one had proved what it does, also what it does not. A common explanation is due to mobile’s signal transmitting functions could jamming the plane signal. As long as you turn your phone into Flight mode which disable every signal transmitting, your phone is good to be use for taking photos of the sky outside.

Light dimming

Why you have to turn off your phone during a flight?

During takeoff and landing, the cabin lights are usually dimmed. This is for emergency cases that require an evacuation. When the light is changed to be similar to outside condition, the eyes of the crew and passengers do not suffer a shock from a dark cabin to bright daylight.

Tray table up

Why you have to turn off your phone during a flight?

During the most important time of a flight, takeoff and landing, incidents possibly happen. The tray table can cause internal injuries to passengers if their abdomen slam towards. In case of evacuation, the tray table can cause difficulties for passengers sitting by windows to get out.

Windows shade up

Why you have to turn off your phone during a flight?

Opening the window shade allows people to observe outside condition and check if there are any fire or smoke.

All of annoying rules are to secure flight safety which is the most critical thing. So that, it is compulsory to follow all instructions from attendants and pilots. We wish you a happy travelling.

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