It’s not easy to visit Antarctica, one of the world’s cruellest and most desolate environments, but it sure is worth it. Watching great swarms of penguins huddling together, stumbling through blizzards or nose-diving into the bone-chilling water is just astonishing. The smoky grey fluff-ball chicks don’t waddle far from the safety of their parents, but visitors to Antarctica on a cruise can spot them without too much difficulty. And it’s not only penguins - great big albatrosses whirl through the iron sky, far seals sprawl on the water’s edge and whales breach the surf. Abercrombie & Kent offer a luxury 14-night Classic Antarctica Cruise from £10,300 per person, including full-board accommodation, excursions and domestic flights. [Photo: Pexels]
Cherokee/German American: " Overall, 2,901 people have died or disappeared crossing the Mediterranean in the first six months of 2016 " and we watch every rescue and most if not all were men , strong health young men , I am betting they pushed the female's and children over to die . And all these men should be sent back to fight for their countries freedom , they should not be given asylum. Teach them how to fight and send them back , they hate other countries that are not Muslim but want their Muslim was and beliefs , there for they need to go back to their country period ... there is nothing more to be said...