rindu sgt kat kwn aku yang sorang ni...hehehehe
lama tak jmp.dah nak LI sekarang ni.jgn wat bende tak senonoh lak sudah.pape pon fendi good luck.tp mingu depan kite jmp kan.hehehee
abg ko nak kawin.tak sabar nak makan.heheheee.harap yang lain pi la gak seperti tash,liana,ili,sherina gan ezwan.leh jmp.
This South Island fjord, created by receding glaciers, is one of New Zealand's best-known scenic attractions. With an annual rainfall of 270 inches, Milford Sound is also one of the wettest places in the world. It stretches nine miles inland from the Tasman Sea, and is most easily visited by boat tours that last one to two hours. Visitors can enjoy gazing up the sheer rock walls that rise 3,900 feet or more on each side, and may catch a glimpse of the seals, penguins and dolphins that inhabit these waters.
Niagara Falls was created by the same glacial activity that formed the Great Lakes 10,000 years ago. A popular tourist destination, especially for honeymooners, the falls are on the border of the U.S. and Canada. Horseshoe Falls, on the Canadian side, is about 2,600 feet wide, while the American Falls is 1,060 feet wide. Both face the Canadian shore, so the best views are available from the Canadian side of the Niagara River. For over a century, numerous daredevils have attempted to challenge the falls. Tightrope walkers, jumpers and, in 1901, the first person in a barrel — a schoolteacher from Michigan — have all risked the plunge.
Western Europe's highest mountain, at 15,781 feet, lies between Italy and France in the Alps mountain range. The two countries are connected by both a 7 1/4-mile tunnel beneath the mountain, and a gondola across the nearby 12,600-foot Aiguille du Midi Mountain. Known as "the white lady" (La Dame Blanche in French; Monte Bianco in Italian), Mont Blanc is popular with climbers, skiers and snowboarders. In 2007, Europe's highest portable toilets were installed at 14,000 feet, aiming to serve 30,000 visitors annually.
Part of the Marshall Islands just north of the equator in the Pacific Ocean, this atoll includes Bikini Island, which is famous for two reasons: First, in the 1940s and 1950s, several nuclear bombs were tested there, and second, the two-piece swimsuit was named after it in 1946. Prior to the first nuclear tests, the U.S. designated the lagoon as a ship graveyard during World War II. Today, the naval wrecks are popular with scuba divers. Though some residual radioactivity remains, measured levels have been deemed not hazardous.