Month: November 2019
Formula 1 Thu 19 Mar, AT 16:09 F1 Dutch, Spanish and Monaco grands prix all postponed With the opening seven races now off the 2020 championship will not start untilRead More
Formula 1 Fri 13 Mar, AT 13:20 F1: Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam and China races all off The season is expected to start at the end of May https://www.theweek.co.uk/formula-1/104601/f1-2020-season-guide-grand-prix-calendar-drivers-tv-odds-postponed-racesRead More
Formula 1 Tue 25 Feb, AT 14:13 F1 2020 guide: GP calendar, race start times, title odds Race fans are counting down the days until the first grand prix inRead More
F1 2020 guide: pre-season testing, grand prix calendar, race start times, TV coverage, championship betting odds
Formula 1 Sun 23 Feb, AT 09:49 F1 2020 guide: pre-season testing and GP calendar Pre-season testing continues at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya https://www.theweek.co.uk/formula-1/104601/f1-2020-season-guide-grand-prix-calendar-drivers-tv-oddsRead More
Formula 1 Sun 2 Feb, AT 14:29 F1 2020 season guide: car launches, GP calendar, race times Can Lewis Hamilton equal Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world titles? https://www.theweek.co.uk/formula-1/104601/f1-2020-season-guide-grand-prix-calendar-drivers-tv-oddsRead More
F1 2020 season guide: grand prix calendar, car launch dates, drivers, TV coverage, title betting odds
Formula 1 Sun 19 Jan, AT 09:00 F1 2020 season guide: GP calendar and car launch dates Can Lewis Hamilton equal Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world titles? https://www.theweek.co.uk/formula-1/104601/f1-2020-season-guide-grand-prix-calendar-drivers-tv-oddsRead More
Formula 1 Fri 27 Dec, AT 08:20 F1 2020 season guide: GP calendar, drivers, TV, title odds Can Lewis Hamilton equal Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world titles? https://www.theweek.co.uk/formula-1/104601/f1-2020-season-guide-grand-prix-calendar-drivers-tv-oddsRead More
The Dead Sea in Jordan is a natural wonder not to be missed. Why?
This body of water holds a lot of power, fascination, and mystery. Why?
The water in the Dead Sea is extremely salty, and has been estimated to be the second saltiest major body of water in the world. Its name is derived from the fact that the water is far too salinated for marine inhabitation.
Overall, we headed to Jordan, the heart of the Middle East, to check-off a must-do travel experience:
Float in the Dead Sea!
This natural phenomenon is 10 times saltier than the ocean and serves as an excellent cleanser and detoxifier for anyone who goes for a float and slathers on the mineral-rich mud. Here, we explain what makes the Dead Sea “dead” and how to get the most out of your trip to Jordan, including a brief visit to the busy capital of Amman.
Why should you visit the Dead Sea?
- The Dead Sea is the Lowest point on earth at 430.5 meters below sea level.
- The Dead Sea is 33.5% salt compared to the ocean that is only 3.5 % salt.
- The Salt Sea has been admired by man for centuries mainly because of the rich mineral and salt content of the water and surrounding environment.
After the Dead Sea, we visit Amman the capital of Jordan. Amman is a capital that displays the various groups of people, influences, and styles of the Byzantines, Ottomans, Romans, and more.
Montezuma Castle is one of Arizona’s many historical treasures – it’s a captivating cliff dwelling located about 1.5 hours north of Phoenix in Cape Verde.
Montezuma Castle, Arizona
Montezuma Castle is one of Arizona’s many historical treasures – it’s a domicile that will captivate you with age old design that has stood the test of time. When one thinks of construction, longevity, or the home-flipping craze…few could withstand the ages of 900+ years. That is an investment unlike any other in Real Estate I have come across. We are not talking about a home to hand down to your children, or to their children, or their children’s children. This is a home built for the ages.
Located near St. Andrews, New Brunswick Ministers Island is a fascinating road trip excursion.
This part-time island can only be accessed a few hours a day during low tide. As the water from a low tide recedes, a road is revealed to access the “part-time” island.