Madeira: Day 3 – Glamping at Canto Das Fontes

Madeira: Day 2 &3: Glamping in a hidden paradise - introducing Papaia Tipi. Wake up surrounded by tropical banana trees and papai, listening to the waves crashing on the beach below and the fresh spring water cascading down the waterfall. Pure relaxation surrounded by indigenous flora high on the cliffs with spectacular views. Pure Zen....

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Wales is famous for its stunning scenery, ancient history, and charming language. Wales is known for Mount Snowdon, its tallest mountain, and the most castles per capita in Europe. There are also plenty of famous Welsh men and women, including Roald Dahl, Anthony Hopkins and Jack Daniels.

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Mountains of the Moon

The Rwenzoris, often called the Mountains of the Moon, lie on the Uganda DRC border and mark the frontier between the high savannah plains of East Africa and the low dense forests of the west. It is a true mountain range covering six massifs. The highest point in the range is Margherita Peak on Mount Stanley at 5,109m is the 3rd highest point in Africa after Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya.

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