All winter I dream of warmth and summer. At the time of the winter-spring Blues almost all of us imagine myself in a warm country, where all year round the sun is shining and the sky is always blue. Where there are such places? Today we will visit the most Sunny cities in the world.
Contrary to popular belief, these places are not only on the equator in Africa, they are on all continents. But, before proceeding to their review, it should be noted that there are two methods of counting the number of Sunny days per year.
The first percentage. Scientists have calculated the maximum number of daytime hours when the sun can illuminate a particular area. This figure is 4456 hours per year. Accordingly, subtracting from this figure the number of cloudy hours, we get the exact number of solar. For example, if in a particular city, the sun shines 2228 hours per year, the percentage of his “sunshine” is 50%.
The second method is less accurate, it is measured by the number of days in a year, which was mainly Sunny and not cloudy. The concept is quite vague, as you know…
Given the existence of two methods, as well as the ever-changing climate, it is not surprising that the most Sunny cities in the world constantly change places in the rankings. Continue reading
Barranquilla ( Spanish Barranquilla ), the local name of Curramba-La-Lingerie — the largest industrial and industrial center of Colombia. one of the main ports of the Caribbean, the capital of the Department of atlántico a municipality located in the Northwest of the country, 80 km East of Cartagena. Cartagena). Lying 13 km up from the mouth of the Magdalena river (Spanish Rio Madalena), which flows into the Caribbean sea. the city is a sea and river port.
Barranquilla became the first port in the country, resulting in the nickname of the “Colombian Golden gate” (Spanish La Puerta de Oro de Colombia).
With a population of 1.88 million people, the city is the 4th largest in the country (after Bogota. Medellin and Cali ). The city is reputed to be the cradle of Colombian aviation (in Barranquilla was constructed first on the South American continent airport) and colorful Colombian Carnival. It is from here that the famous Colombian coffee is exported by sea anywhere in the world. In addition to coffee, the main products of exports are cement, chemicals and textile industries.
To date, there is no exact information about the date of Foundation of Barranquilla, but the first mention of the city dates back to 1620 year, as a small trading Continue reading
1.Steven Drummond, one of the owners of the pub, looking for a new drink for participation in the national exhibition Monteith. To impress the audience at the exhibition and he invented the most freaky cocktail in the world. Agreeing with the owner of the horse farm Craster nearby, he began to harvest semen in stallions. “Necessary” a fair amount of sperm, Steven has launched a new range of cocktails. Shocked the audience at the exhibition avoided the pavilion of the inventor, but in the pub cocktail many visitors came to taste. Especially love the girl. The visitor gladly part with$ 25 up to taste the seed stallions, diluted Apple juice. Stephen is recommended to drink a cocktail in one gulp, not to savor through a straw. Otherwise, you may vomit. Most amazing of all, despite the disgusting taste, quite a few people decided to experiment and tried a cocktail. However, the reserves of equine semen Stephen over, and if you want to savor the most freaky cocktail in the world, we should hurry.
2.Mezcal. This drink from Mexico. The basis of this liqueur is meat. Worms are actually the larvae of a moth that lives on the fruit Continue reading