‘The blue waters that are round about them are as snow; Waterfalls and glaciers that flow from the ice-cliffs on the coast; Rainforests that grow in the hills are green gardens; There, the animals, the birds flying in the ocean without the frenzy of the sea … This is our home ennoprakrti andalaku vintalaku sailing to Alaska, “says Dr. kesita of Secunderabad.
C yatalloni we went to our son, the eight-storey ship alaskaku bayaluderam halend American liner. The sea is fine from glass windows in the third floor. After the dinner, all the ship was found. It took three hours to lift. The papers with the details of the events that took place were given daily by the evening. In the morning before going to breakfast, the staff had to decorate the towels with various toys and chocolates. Connecting our Room Key Card to a bank account does not require a currency for each purchase. There are various classes of music, dance, sports, casinos, photostudio, art galleries, restaurants, swimming …
With the help of videos, the crew described the details of the animals and birds that were seen in the next four days of the week. It has the convenience of choosing what is good for our budget. During the first three days, traveling through an infinite ocean, the hillside in the balcony of the ship and the jalapatlini jumping from the jungle, looking at the lush trees in the shores of the ‘awesome journey to Alaska’ is unexpected moment.
The buttocks in the palace!
Glacier, Tracy Arm to see the crew of the ship calikotlu Micro cap, reached the balcony. As the scene approached, the lighter blue and leafy glaciers swept into the sea. Waterfalls jumping down from the ice slopes to the sea with huge noises. The seawater gradually turned into the milking and the ice fragments appeared on them floating on the back. The ship that we traveled was traveling through the narrow mountains. The top of the largest glacier in the Tracy Arm, catching the sunlight was shining parvatasikharalloni. When our ship entered another twirl, the glacier’s shoulder was shining in blue. The captain of the ship is the most spectacular scenery that make the ship a slow 180-degree angle tippasagadu seekers. The largest glacier, Fragments of ice collapses at the sight of the sea from its drsyanni telupuranguloki marustonna palakadali our mythology seemed to be a fair way. This Tracey Arm is located 45 miles south of the capital of Alaska, Juneau. We spent about two hours taking photographs and photographs of the beautiful scene in listening to the details in the mic. But our faces have been competing with Ubbi and Erbabari kalalu maulu falls to the intensity of the cold. The photographer in the ship asked each and every cameras.
Sunshine at night!
In Seattle, at 8 am, the night would be at night at 10 in the evening. Sunrise in the morning at 4 o’clock. That morning we reached the zoo in the morning at seven o’clock. Each trip (from 4th to 7th day) consists of 5 to 10 types of expeditions. The breakfast was finished and the ship was taken up for 8 hours. The invitations are ready to capture staff placards to invite us. With interest in photography, we have chosen Whale Watching, Mendenhall Glacier photo safari. Five of them were taken to a mini bus and taken to Junaou port and safari boats were loaded. Junau Stephanus traveled to the Passage area. Boat glasses were lifted upward by the sailors to climb up the floating floats and mark the seamless jumps. We compete to take photos of them. The faster the boat was taken inside, the water fountain appeared on the ocean. The reason is that Hump is back to Wales. They are 4-5 flips together into the water. Bald Eagles Nestles and Eagle Squall Salmon fish appeared on trees scattered in the ocean. Alaska is the capital of Salmon fish. The front door of the boat opened the door and took photos in the water.
The glacier on the river …
From there, another mini bus arrived at Tongas Rain Forest and left for Mendenhall Glacier in the walkway. The guide said that animals and birds like the Alaskan wheat, black bears, hedgehogs, and arctic turns would be challenged. In the wild, there are rare foliage trees and foliage plants and cedar trees. Our guide said that you are now standing on glaciers. Menten Hall Glacier is the place where we stood before about a year ago. Globalized warming, the influx of tourists, etc., have broken the glacier fragments. As a result, the sea level rises and the environments are clearly visible. So we walked to the Beaver Dam and Salmon fish. Glacier walking in Alaska is the only one. In that way, the glittering glazier made blue eyeshadow. The local tribal tribe here is called the Seatantu. The glaciers are supplied with water to the city of Junaou from the lagoon. The guide explained that this was about 3,500 years ago and that the ice continents broke down nearly 40 meters annually. The glacier dissolves all over the waterfront. We heard that and walked quickly. Caves in the glacier caused the pressure from the waterfalls. But there are boards that do not go into those caves. If the ice melts and they are closed, they are dead. From there we got back to the ship. The guide explained that ice sheets break up to about 40 meters annually. The glacier dissolves all over the waterfront. We heard that and walked quickly. Caves in the glacier caused the pressure from the waterfalls. But there are boards that do not go into those caves. If the ice melts and they are closed, they are dead. From there we got back to the ship. The guide explained that ice sheets break up to about 40 meters annually. The glacier dissolves all over the waterfront. We heard that and walked quickly. Caves in the glacier caused the pressure from the waterfalls. But there are boards that do not go into those caves. If the ice melts and they are closed, they are dead. From there we got back to the ship.
On the fifth day in Sitka, the city of Alsace has reached Sitka. That day the excerpt … the voters (Sea Lions), Rapters and Oh Yay. This time the Deluxe departed on the boat. The top is with some open deck and glass cabin. The captain was very intentionally taken to see the little fish and ladders, We are impressed by the voicing of various stunts, putting them in the forefront of the head. Paroes are the ones that do not get to the camera. Three hours passed through three zones. Later, I went to the Bald Eagle Flight Training Center. It is a company that protects the wounded eagle, eagle, owl, and …
In Kagichan … Our ship was seven o’clock in the morning and reached another city in Alaska. The world is called the capital of Solomon. The ship’s departure left for the Lambert Jack Show, Saxman Native Village and Totempole Parks. The Haida, Tlingit and the Scythian Tribal tribes live here. The population is only 8050. In this show, the local carpenters have made twelve shows of romance. Throwing the trees up to 70 feet quickly, jumped down, cutting down the trees with ax and jumping down as soon as it collapses, throwing the ax off, cutting the stump into a wooden pole, stitching the stump into the pool and rolling them in the water.
They boarded a bus and brought it to Saxman Native Village, Totempole Park. The local tribesmen took us home. Dancing with different types of music. Then the totempoll went to the park. Large trees were put there. The bears, the men, the kites, the salmon, the whales, the reindeer toys were carved on them. These polls are 60 to 80 feet long. There’s no one pole another pole. Our driver listened to the story on a totempoll. The story of the story is that the local peasant married a female bear and gave birth to three baby bears. The Abraham Lincoln doll is on another totompol. There is no such sculptural scene except in Alaska in Alaska. Our ship reached the coast of Victoria on the eve of the eighth day. There we went to the Butcher Garden after seeing all the famous places. There were 700 kinds of flowers. Our nostrils flashed with the flowers of the flowers. Every Saturday night’s fireworks performance in the night in July is a miracle of music. We arrived at 11 o’clock in the night and returned to Seattle by morning.