After the beautiful, but also very exhausting round trip through Sri Lanka, we had 9 relaxing days at the Robinson Club Maldives. It is located only 56km north of the equator in Gaafu-Alif Atoll.
We left Dambulla and our next destination was Kandy. The secret, religious capital of Sri Lanka as well as the highlands.
Sri Lanka, that means beautiful country and with it one runs in no way danger to exaggerate. This small island on the southeastern tip of India is a true natural paradise.
A few travel information items You will need a visa to enter Sri Lanka. Depending on how long your stay will be, there is a short-term and a long-term visa. The short-term visa allows a stay of up to 30 days and can be applied for at www.eta.gov.lk. The fee is usually 35 US dollars. The fee is usually 35 US dollar
Many places advertise white dream beaches. The colour white seems to be an elastic term in some places. In Clearwater, however, I definitely found the whitest sand of all the beaches I have seen worldwide so far. The width of the beach is also impressive.
Naples is a small town on the southern Gulf Coast of Florida. The city itself has barely more than 22,000 inhabitants and leads a rather shadowy existence next to the larger and better known city of Fort Meyers.
Key West, the dazzlingly colorful island at the end of the Florida Keys. Thanks to its inhabitants and visitors, this island is so different from the rest of Florida.
Those who fly to Florida on vacation usually land at Miami International Airport (MIA), one of the largest international aviation hubs in the world.
One thing right away. Miami is the second largest city in Florida after Jacksonville, but it is NOT the capital of Florida. The word Miami comes from the Native American language and means “big water”. Miami has about 5.5 million inhabitants.
Here is some brief travel information for you. To enter Mexico, EU holidaymakers need a passport valid for at least 6 months. Furthermore, you need to fill out a Tourist Card (FMM). This is a kind of tourist visa that allows you to stay in Mexico for up to 180 days.
In 35 days, the time has come. The countdown is drawing to a close. Then the long-awaited vacation will finally begin. This year we are going to Mexico, more precisely to the Yucatan Peninsula, to Playa del Carmen.