When is the best weather on Mallorca and when is the best time for you to travel there? All of this easily explain in this Majorca holiday guide. Please also check out the rest of my videos on Majorca beaches, resorts and destinations to make sure you have a great holiday.
It’s often said that we live in a strange and crazy world and generally they’re referring to the bizarre behaviour of humans, but our list today features some pretty incredible natural occurrences, and there were so many amazing examples, it was hard to select just a few. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 11 - It’s Snow Joke It’s thanks to Niccolo Bonfadini that we have these unusual pictures of snowy trees that look like giant worms. He captured them in temperatures of –104 °F in the Finnish Lapland, where the heavy layers of snow have remained perched on top of the tree, bending them over and creating a most unusual landscape. One of the images closely resembles Stonehenge, albeit with snowy trees – and this image landed up on NASA’s website for their Astronomy Picture of the Day. 10 - Answers Please In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park there is a species of firefly that synchronises their blinking, and they only do it for a little while every year. No one seems to know why and how, and I find it remarkable that someone picked up on that in the first place – so if you can provide any insight, do share with us down below! 9 - No longer a myth For a long time, earthquake lights were thought to be a legend, that was until 1965 when they were finally captured on film after the Matsushiro earthquake in Japan. They’re often found in white, blue or a multitude of colours, and sadly the reason why they happen is not yet understood and research continues. 8 - Tale as old as time Considered to be the oldest and largest organisms in the world, this grove has been given the nickname Pando although it’s real name is Quaking Aspen. Pando looks like a forest, doesn’t it? But here’s the crazy thing – it’s all one tree! The roots under the soil are all connected, yet from above you’ll count in the region of 47,000 trees! 7 - Sand beneath my toes Sand Rivers are rather intimidating, and also not something many are familiar with. Although it does look like sand moving rapidly along, it is in fact blocks and pieces of ice. Iraq had the most insane weather in 2015 where people lost their lives due to the flooding, and reports of hail stones the size of golf balls were seen. A state of emergency was declared in parts of Iraq due to their extreme weather. 6 - Seeing green It must be a rather disturbing sight to see an ocean that is entirely green like this, and this natural phenomenon is exceptionally harmful to humans and to the ocean life. Algal blooms occur when there’s increased nutrient pollution. The algae get trapped in waterways and multiplies quickly in water with more nitrogen and phosphorous. When the water is warm and the weather calm, it’s the perfect breeding ground to change our water to green, red or brown. If you spot a red-tide, as they are called, stay away. 5 - Let it rain This has only been documented once, so you can breathe a sigh of relief. The red rain fell in Kerala in 2001, between the 25th of July and 23rd of September. They experienced heavy downfalls of red rain, which stained clothing pink. The first theory was that the rain was from a meteor burst, but it was later confirmed that the rain had been coloured by airborne spores from some terrestrial algae. 4 - Light my fire Near the Canadian border in upstate New York, you will find a small waterfall that holds a really amazing secret. There you will discover a live flame that stands around 8-inches tall. Just behind the fall is natural gas, which seeps through and continuously fuels the flame. On the odd occasion it does die out, but don’t worry – hikers are always happy to relight the little fire. 3 - Tell it to the whales Similar to our suicide birds mentioned earlier, these are suicide whales, and there isn’t one exact location where this happens, but rather all around the world. Around 2000 whales beach themselves every year, and then die, apparently by their own weight. This has been happening for thousands of years, yet no one is closer to figuring out why it happens. 2 - An early death When you see these trees, your first reaction is that the poor tree was murdered! This remarkable tree is called a bloodwood tree, for obvious reasons, and they’re found in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia. The trees have a dark red sap, and when you chop them down, the sap flows from the trunk making it look like it’s bleeding. In some African cultures the people believe the sap has magic powers, and they use it to treat various diseases within the community. 1 - Not going anywhere! A massive tourist attraction in Mahabalipuram is . It’s a giant rock that is 16-feet in diameter and is sitting on a smooth slope. People say the slope is so slippery that the kids in the area use it as a slide, so how is it that this rock doesn’t budge? A great tourist photograph that is often taken here, shows people pretending to be supporting the rock and making themselves look super-strong!
We had a great family time in Mallorca last month. Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago, which are part of Spain and located in the Mediterranean. First, we stayed close to Pollenca in North-East and then, we moved to the capital - Palma. We travelled to various little towns every day and enjoyed the beach on good sunny days. This is our third trip to Mallorca and we still love it! I hope you enjoy this vlog - let me know in the comments. xx Didi ________________________________________________________ Have a baby and consider starting him/her on healthy solids? Join the tribe here: https://www.BabyMeetsFood.com Jump on my web-site for newsletter: http://SmartParentStories.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smartparents... Follow Didi on Instagram: https://instagram.com/diditonev/ Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/diditonev/ Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/SmartParentStories E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A 6.4-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of the Pacific island of Tonga, the US Geological Society has said. The centre of the quake was 123 miles north-east of the Tongan capital of Nuku'alofa and was 14km deep - relatively shallow for an earthquake. No damage has been reported and a tsunami warning was not issued. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/tonga-earthquake-latest-updates-magnitude-tsunami-warning-seismic-usgs-pacific-ocean-island-a8006841.html A frontal system will begin to approach the Pacific Northwest by Wednesday evening, October 18, 2017, with precipitation increasing throughout the day and into tonight. The same system will equally affect Canada's British Columbia. Heavy rain will continue falling through the rest of the week. "A fascinating weather pattern is in place in the Northern Hemisphere this week. It’s a river in the sky that spans the full width of the Pacific Ocean from Asia to North America. The phenomenon is remarkably obvious — a plume of clouds with a few areas of low pressure embedded, transported at shocking speeds across the planet’s largest ocean via the jet stream," Capital Weather Gang's Jason Samenow said. https://watchers.news/2017/10/18/atmospheric-rivers-eye-pacific-northwest-and-british-columbia-heavy-rain-expected/ Asteroid 2017 UF discovered a day after 0.99 LD Earth flyby https://watchers.news/2017/10/18/asteroid-2017-uf-discovered-a-day-after-0-99-ld-earth-flyby/ A newly discovered asteroid designated 2017 TD6 will flyby Earth at 0.5 LD (~192 999 km / 119 303 miles) at 18:56 UTC on October 19, 2017. This is the 39th known asteroid to flyby Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year. This asteroid belongs to the Apollo group and was first observed at Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala on October 11, 2017, 8 days before its close approach. 2017 TD6 has an estimated diameter of 9.9 to 22 m (32 to 72 feet). It will flyby Earth at a speed (relative to the Earth) of 9.21 km/s at 18:56 UTC on October 19. https://watchers.news/2017/10/18/asteroid-2017-td6-to-flyby-earth-at-0-5-ld-on-october-19-2017/ A new record for the number of billion-dollar natural disasters in the United States may be set this year, with 15 such events already confirmed through September. There were 12 billion-dollar weather disasters that began during the first half of 2017, and hurricane season has brought three storms that resulted in massive damage, including Harvey, Irma and Maria. The official damage costs are not available yet for these storms but are expected to be billion-dollar weather disasters, according to NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). Tornado and severe thunderstorm events have made up the largest share and have added seven billion-dollar weather disasters to the list. https://weather.com/en-CA/canada/news/news/2017-10-17-billion-dollar-weather-disasters-united-states-record-pace As evidenced by nonstop news coverage of floods, fires, refugees and violence, our planet has become a more unstable and less predictable place over the past few years. As these disasters compete for our attention, they make it harder for people in poor, marginalized and war-torn regions to access adequate food. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/world-hunger-is-increasing-thanks-to-wars-and-climate-change/ Please Visit Our Facebook Resources: Solar Shutdown: https://www.facebook.com/SolarShutdown/ Comet C/2017 K2 - Panstarrs: https://www.facebook.com/OppenheimerRanchProject/ Plasma Geology: https://www.facebook.com/Plasma-Geology-321021831434846/ Oppenheimer Ranch Project: An experiment in high alpine sustainability. https://www.facebook.com/oppenheimerranch/ Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel if you enjoyed the content. Share this video with like-minded individuals.
The Cook Straits Interislander ferry from Wellington to Picton underwent an extremely rough crossing in March 2006. Many vehicles were severely damaged but a 1969 VW camper van survived unmarked!
See the summer in Balearic Islands from this window. See a full-day-life in Majorca from the top of Paseo MAritimo, watching Palma de Mallorca bay.
The Chainsmokers debut album 'Memories... Do Not Open' out April 7th featuring "Something Just Like This", "Paris" and 10 brand new songs from The Chainsmokers! Pre-order digital album: http://smarturl.it/TCSMemories Pre-order CD: http://smarturl.it/TCSMemoriesCD Pre-order Vinyl LP: http://smarturl.it/TCSMemoriesVinyl Follow The Chainsmokers: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thechainsmokers Twitter: https://twitter.com/thechainsmokers Instagram: https://instagram.com/thechainsmokers Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/69GGBxA162lTqCwzJG5jLp Music video by The Chainsmokers performing Roses. (C) 2015 Disruptor Records/Sony Music Entertainment
Our 7 day trip to Majorca in Aug/Sep 2017. Stayed in the lovely hotel SA Barcella http://www.villasabarcella.com in Sineu. Places we visited: Sineu Sineu Market Can Picafort Alcúdia Cala Mendia Cala Figuera Cala d'Or Pollenca Market Port de Pollença Fergus Pollensa Park Spa Port de Sóller Son Marroig Music: Floppy Circus - www.facebook.com/FloppyCircus/ David Cutter Music - www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk Joakim Karud - soundcloud.com/joakimkarud DJ Quads - soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Dyalla Swain - soundcloud.com/dyallas V I X X I - soundcloud.com/vixxivixxi Wacky Tobacco - www.facebook.com/wackytobacco/ 4K Cameras: Sony RX100M5 GoPro Hero Session 5 DJI Mavic Pro Drone Software: FCP X Pixel Film Studios IWLTBAP LUT
This past Saturday, 5 August 2017 the climatic conditions were very difficult, many flights diverged!! Nightmare for passengers and crews!!
2014 09 29 Palma Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain: Palma de Mallorca Airport, Platja de Plama (Palma Beach) in El Arenal by Can Pastilla, temporarily in bad weather. //// 2014 09 29 Palma Majorka, Wyspy Baleary, Hiszpania: Lotnisko Palma de Mallorca Airport, Platja d Palma (Plaża Palma) w El Arenal przy Can Pastilla, czasowo w niepogodę.