Varna Airport is located on the northern Black Sea coast and is the second largest airport in Bulgaria. Used for domestic and international transport. It is located 7.5 km west of the center of the city. Its area is 2414 hectares. Airport has one runway with a length of 2514 meters and width 55 meters associated with platforms with highway and five the number of connecting taxiways. Has 32 number of airline seats and is connected to international roads E-70 and E-87, has modern navigation equipment. Furthermore, when you land at the airport you can order Varna airport Transfer to any destination you travel. The flights are mainly charter international – 90% of the total number of passengers аре on international routes. First in importance for financial results are passenger charters, second – international scheduled flights, a third – domestic regular flights to Sofia and Burgas, the fourth – cargo charter flights, and fifth – General flights. The airport connects to 101 destinations from over 37 countries. On it already landed the biggest aircraft in the world – freight AN-124 (Ruslan) and Boeing-747. The Low-cost airline EasyJet launches flights from Varna to London and Berlin. So the airport in the city became the second carrier in Bulgaria after 2007 operates regular flights from Sofia. The capacity of the Bulgarian market Continue Reading &amp;amp;amp;rarr;
THINGS TO DO VISIT ALL THE LOCAL BEACHES IN BALLITO VISIT ANIMAL FARM A great outing for the whole family, kids can do fun activities and interact with animals. Loads of fun activities to keep the family entertained. The farm features a lovely tea garden, picnic and braai sites, and a lovely playground for kids and the farm is pram and wheelchair friendly. THE BREWING COMPANY A place where you can view and taste the varieties of unique and innovative craft beers. They take you on brewery tour and it is a fantastic way to learn about the KwaZulu-Natal Province and the immense talent. HOLA TRAILS Located on the sugar cane farms in the Ballito area of Kwa-Zulu Natal these adrenalines driven mountain bike trails take both novice and experienced mountain bikers on many different tracks that offer much exhilaration to the mountain biker and an added bonus a very spectacular scenery. MICROLIGHT FLIGHTS An exhilarating micro light flip along the Dolphin Coast you will take in splendid views of the green fields, the spectacular coastline, and if you are really lucky, might even spot dolphins, turtles or whales as you fly over the Indian Ocean and back again. THE REPTILE PARK The Ndlondlo Reptile Park is situated Ballito, Kwa-Zulu Natal and has over twenty species of reptiles, including anacondas and pythons Continue Reading &amp;amp;amp;rarr;
When it comes to buying your very first home, it is a stressful yet an exciting experience. The joys that one experiences with owning a new home can be broken with over-powering concerns that comes with debt and re-payment of loans.
Here are some tips to help you take the pain out of the process:
- Always be aware of what you can afford. A bank will give you credit depending on how much you earn, and search for properties in your recommended price range.
- Make sure you save up for a deposit on your home because this can help you get a bond at a very good rate. The more money you saved will in turn help you lessen the burden of yearly bond repayments. This also will also work in your favor as the bank will be more inclines to take a risk on you.
- Try and get prequalified, meaning that if you are aware of what you can afford in advance will help you get a better understanding of what you can afford.
- It is also very important that you get professional advice when it comes to buying a new home. Try getting advice from friends, family who has gone through the process of buying a house. And also try to speak to a bond originator as they are the experts when it comes to finances and bond applications.
- Spend time looking for a home, educate yourself more on what is available on the market currently. This can be extremely tiring as there is so much to learn, get modafinil online to help you focus.
- Don’t just settle for the first bond option that you get from going to just one bank, try others and see what they have to offer. If you speak to an educated bank originator they will do the work for you and check with all banks ensuring you get a good deal.
- Always familiarize yourself with the costs that are required upfront when buying a new home, like the levies and transfer duties.
- Make informed decisions and be aware of hidden costs or damages that come with properties. If you have decided that you want to buy a property get yourself a good specialist to check out the plumbing, the structure of the house and the electric side of things. Most importantly pay attention to the roof of the house.
- Educate yourself with knowing what the difference with occupation and possession is, and remembers you only become an owner of a property when all transfer is registered at the Deeds Office.
When you become a buyer who is well informed on the ins and outs of home-ownership you will be in position where you will be total control and you will have the confidence to make informed decisions when buying your home. This is a very big financial commitment that you will make in your life so make sure is an educated one. This will be your investment for life… Continue Reading &amp;amp;amp;rarr;
Close your eyes for a second, open your mind hear the quiet and calm noise of the waves, feel the sunshine on every part of your body, the humid air soaked with emotions of other people at other shores, or in a boat in the middle of the sea, and your heavy breathing, the salt on your skin, the slight gentle breeze in your hair, open your eyes, see the perfectly blue sea with no end, notice its motion that calms you and excites you in the same time, see the reflection of the sun in the waters and the sun itself – dazzling and bright, see the sky in one of its million shades of blue changing every time you look up, see this place with no borders, which destroys all borders in your heart and make you want to fly. Breathe slowly this air full of tranquility and freedom.
It is summer again, but there is no beach, no breeze, no salty and tanned skin and no holiday, for now, you are stuck in the office. But every single time you see a Facebook post of one of your friends lying on a beach somewhere with a Mojito in one hand and a lovely novel in the other, you are trying to kill your envy with thoughts about your own holiday. The main question now is which destination you should choose and where you should go? The first option is the touristic sight – that city or country that is full of history and architecture and tourists and there is nothing other than crowds and queues and people and yes you should go in Egypt and see the pyramids, you should take a look from the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris and take a photo from the Empire State Building.
You all know Greece – the land of the timelessness, of the complete tranquility and the nonchalance of the people that almost borders on unconventionality and madness. Greece is blue, magical and free. Greece is the home of my soul and that is why I wanted to build a home here. So this is the reason I bought a house in Halkidiki. And it’s not a simple house – it’s one of those lovely small white buildings with blue shatters. It has spacious rooms, high ceilings and a history; it has even balcony. And on it you can drink your coffee when you wake up late in the morning (is it morning around 11a.m.?), you can have Greek yogurt with figs from the garden for brunch and just relax. On the same balcony you can prepare your lunch cooking on a grill the fishes meshed only a couple of hours earlier that you bought from the local market. Or you can simply be at ease, looking at the sea that is 100 meters away, relishing the breeze and the sunshine, the coolness and the heat. You can spend your evening with the one you love, two couples of ouzo and so much to share. On the next day, after you have jogged on the lovely endless Halkidiki beach, you can Continue Reading &amp;amp;amp;rarr;