After the plane crash that occurred on March 10 with the Boeing 737 Max 8 with 157 passengers on Board, some countries banned the flights of these ships over their territory, and some carriers refused to operate them…
Boeing 737 Max 8: what was, what will be
On March 14, early in the morning, the use of these passenger Airliners officially stopped all over the world, according to the online publication Flightradar24.
Boeing 737 Max – the basic model of the new generation. It has 6 modifications, the last of which 737 Max 10 has not yet entered the market. Until recently, the Boeing family ships were valued for their design and safety – they had the smallest percentage of air crashes: 1 per 17 million flight hours, according to statistics. But everything changed with the advent of the max line. Continue reading
Analysts FAO (Food organization of the United Nations) published the TOP list of countries with the highest consumption of tea per capita…
Which tea to choose for tourists when visiting the tea and not the tea countries
What kind of tea to bring back from a holiday trip to “the tea” of the world?
Not tea countries consume little tea, but use it for industrial production
According to FAO, tea consumption per capita in the world varies greatly from country to country. For example, in mainly “coffee” countries drink it a little, all the tea is imported and, mainly, packaged. Tourists – lovers of tea here should count on fine and custard teas (except that in expensive and niche restaurants are not native to these countries cuisine). Continue reading
Kazakhstan – here intertwined Eastern traditions and Western art Nouveau. The boundless southern steppes, majestic mountains and lakes, the cities of the Great silk road and the famous Baikonur — all this attracts not many tourists.
What to see in Kazakhstan for tourists
Usually, to see the cultural heritage, tourists go to the South of the country: here are concentrated mosques, fortresses, mausoleums, ancient graves. In the North and Central regions are the most popular resorts (Kokshetau, Bayan-Aul, etc.). They come here to rest and improve their health. But the symbols of the state, the sight of which is breathtaking, as if scattered throughout its territory. Continue reading