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Movie taken 5 Dec 2012 of a South Westerly gail affecting Snug Cove at the Port of Eden, visually showing why a new wave attenuators / break wall is so desperately needed, not to mention the economic benefits to Eden & the Bega Valley Shire.
This video is about Garden of Eden Discovered 1:55 sec Something amazing has been discovered in an area of South Africa, about 150 miles inland, west of the port of Maputo. It is the remains of a huge metropolis that measures, in conservative estimates, about 1500 square miles. It's part of an even larger community that is about 10,000 square miles and appears to have been constructed -- are you ready -- from 160,000 to 200,000 BCE! Researcher Michael Tellinger, teamed up with Johan Heine, a local fireman and pilot who had been looking at these ruins from his years flying over the region. Tellinger reports "When Johan first introduced me to the ancient stone ruins of southern Africa, I had no idea of the incredible discoveries we would make in the year or two that followed. The photog...
1.- Immortal I Stand (The Birth Of Adam) 2.- Adorned With The Rising Cobra 3.- The Inefable Name 4.- Black Light On Black 5.- Bonedust 6.- Angel Of Death 7.- God Above God 8.- The Hidden God 9.- Childslayer 10.- When Dusk Fell 11.- Visions Of Eden
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Birds of Eden - Plettenberg Bay Birds of Eden is at the Crags on the way to Port Elizabeth. We were immediately stunned by what we saw as we entered the Birds of Eden. Somebody kept saying "Hello", "Hello" and I looked for a young child and then thought my wife is being silly. And then we saw Charlie! Charlie is a ringneck parakeet and very cheecky. He climbed onto my hand and eventually sat on my shoulder, repeating: "What are you doing, Boy?" with a perfect inflection! It would be best to go early, as birds are normally more active early in the day and late afternoon. The variety of birds can keep you busy for a long time. And you can spend a lot of time just watching the interaction of the birds. Birds of Eden offer Guide Tours. I am embarrassed to admit that when my sister...
The Gulf of Aden is a gulf located in the Arabian Sea between Yemen, on the south coast of the Arabian Peninsula, and Somalia in the Horn of Africa. In the northwest, it connects with the Red Sea through the Bab-el-Mandeb strait, which is about 20 miles wide. It shares its name with the port city of Aden in Yemen, which forms the northern shore of the gulf. Historically the Gulf of Aden was known as "The Gulf of Berbera", named after the ancient Somali port city of Berbera on the south-side of the gulf. However as the city of Aden grew during the colonial era, the name of "Gulf of Aden" was popularised. The waterway is part of the important Suez canal shipping route between the Mediterranean Sea and the Arabian Sea in the Indian Ocean with 21,000 ships crossing the gulf annually. The gulf...
While mainland Somalia was embroiled two decades of civil strife, its autonomous northern breakaway enclave of Somaliland was largely peaceful. But with no resource, skilled labour force and largely unproductive land, the region's only source of domestic finance is the port of Berbera and its strategic link to the gulf of Eden. The Berbera port has become the single most productive utility of the entire enclave
A fantastic new attraction in Vanuatu
Dredge machiavelli- port of Eden
In the heart of Elounda opposite the port is the Garden of Eden Café Restaurant. The Garden of Eden is from 1968 and is one of the first and the most historic café restaurant in Elounda. In early 1970 the Garden of Eden was the trendy cafe on the youth of Elounda with wonderful music from the jukebox but also by the bands of that time. Now the Garden of Eden is the most famous café restaurant in town with visitors from all around the world. In a multy 700 m2 the Garden of Eden is the most central café restaurant in Elounda. You can start your day with breakfast and later lunch, then enjoy ice creams, juices and milk shakes. In the evening you can enjoy your dinner in the garden. Also you can enjoy delicious cocktails in the bar with the best rock and modern tunes from the dj in a beaut...