Saturday, June 26, 2010


The history of Dutch Tulips is amazing. Until today, the dutch tulips remain one of the brightest associations when it comes to describing Holland’s top attractions. The biggest tulip fields in Holland can be found in the Keukenhof tulip gardens.

Keukenhof tulip gardens have been an exciting destination for visitors from all over the world since 1949. Keukenhof’s magnificent display of color, created by more than 7 million tulips and other bulbs in bloom, gives you that springtime feeling and lifts your spirits. Part of the park has been redesigned in 2005. Surprising and inspiring – brimming with ideas, trends and features that you can apply in your own garden. It’s an experience you will never forget. Keukenhof is for young and old, gardening enthusiasts and people who just want a pleasant day out. More and more people are looking for fun and a pleasant atmosphere in a magnificent park setting. A holiday in which they can take the most beautiful photos.

The area now occupied by Keukenhof was covered in forests and unspoiled sand dunes in the 15th century, when the land belonged to Jacoba van Beieren. People hunted here and came to gather herbs for the castle kitchen, which explains how the area got its name. Keukenhof can be translated as kitchen garden. Around 1830, the landscape architect Zocher was invited to design a garden. He was inspired by the English style of landscaping and he designed the basis for the present park.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Hi Friends

I am going for a vacation. I will miss you all very much. See you soon.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010


Called ‘Tiger Splash’, the event at Out of Africa Wildlife Park, in Camp Verde, Arizona, U.S. is a big hit with visitors. For 30 minutes every day a pair of the zoo’s six Bengal and Siberian tigers take to the 50ft pool for fun and games. The big cats launch themselves from the poolside and, with enormous paws outstretched, look like they could do some serious damage. But, despite appearances, these pictures actually show zoo keepers playing with the stripy creatures in the water.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


St Nicholas Church in Kyloe, Scottland, was built in 1792. It was taken on as a conversion project in 2002. Now it has 4/5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. 2 reception rooms and two kitchens inside.