Malta is a country (composed of islands) located in the Mediterranean Sea. It is around 80 km (50 miles) south of Sicily, Italy. If you were to literally drive across the island from the south coastline to the north coastline, it will only take you about 45 minutes to complete
Let's get into the hype of the recent phenomenon that they will be publishing a Special Rehearsal Edition of the script book of new stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child after the play’s world premiere this summer with a visit to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour of the Making of Harry Potter in London!
It's no secret I, John Hathaway II, am a hardcore Harry Potter fan — Potterhead to be precise. I've read all of the books and watched all the films more than twice. I basically grew up right alongside the lead actors of the film. Anyways, I had the chills all over me way before getting into the studio. Unfortunately, Calvin was nowhere close to being a fan of Harry Potter even though he had seen the films, so he just went straight into the studio and filmed the whole thing while I took all the time to immerse myself into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter!
The London Eye is one of the city’s most beloved landmarks. It offers jaw-dropping views of the city, a welcome break from the city’s hustle below and an unrivaled photo-op. But when is the best time to ride it?
Sunset, hands down. I mean, what could beat getting a panoramic views of the city? Especially that the sunset sets behind the Big Ben and Parliament.
To really appreciate the sheer size and scale of New Zealand's highest mountains, major glaciers and icefields, you really have to see it from above. Flying over 200 kilometers of breathtaking alpine scenery in Lake Tekapo is a must-do attraction in New Zealand. Truth to be told, if you were going to pick one place in New Zealand to do a scenic flight then this award-winning "Grand Traverse" flight by Air Safaris be a top priority on your list.
Not only that, one of reviews on TripAdvisor mentioned that it utterly wiped out the scenic flights over the Grand Canyon, Mount Everett, and Great Barrier Reef. One of main reasons is that their aircraft has a window seat for every passenger and wings-above for optimum viewing below. I was like, "Whoah! No way!" When I found out.
As an outdoor enthusiast who seeks spectacular natural settings, I would definitely recommend you to visit Lake Wanaka! It’s a quite nice town an international flare located on New Zealand’s south island, about an hour north of Queenstown. Nonetheless, Lake Wanaka is New Zealand's fourth largest lake estimated to be more than 300 meters (980 feett) deep.
Let's say Lake Wanaka is the dark horse of New Zealand's best natural attractions as it's not often mentioned in media, but I assure you that it's not something to miss out on. Here are five reasons why you should visit Lake Wanaka:
No matter the weather, rain or shine, don’t skip out on a scenic flight above Milford Sound in a helicopter! The Milford Sound will leave you speechless. The famous author of The Jungle Book, Rudyard Kipling, refers it as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World.
Nothing puts things into perspective like hovering between mountains so high that no matter how you peer your head up, you can’t see the tops, from inside a helicopter!