The Life around the World photo from last month depicted a man strolling along the Malecón in Havana, Cuba. Started in 1901 to protect Havana from the water, the wall stretches for 8 kilometers and is a popular place to take a stroll and enjoy street entertainment. In bad weather, massive waves can crash over the sea wall, soaking passers-by.
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Each month, we will release a photo from a cover of Life Second Edition on the In Focus Blog.
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Here is this month’s photo from the Upper-Intermediate level of Life Second Edition (British English). Do you know where this photo was taken? Have you been there? Please use the comment section below to tell us more!
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I think this photo was taken in Hawaii. I have never been there.
I think here’s the sea in thailand.
This photo was taken in an inner lagoon formed by the islets surrounding the main island of Bora Bora in the Pacific Ocean. We can see Mont Otemanu towering in the distance. The dense crowns of palm trees guard the pristine, white sand, speckled occasionally with thatched shades and some lucky people (no, not me, I haven’t been there – yet, that is). We can’t but envy the scaly marine life eyeing us from the crystalline water of the sanctuary.
I believe that is right next to the pearl beach resort in Bora Bora.
The picture is taken in the Bora Bora lagoon, French Polynesia. On the four seasons resort. The bridge spans across the resort conecting villas and bungalows. Mount Otemanu (One of Two peaks of an extinct Volcano) is in the distant background standing at an elevation of approximately 2,400 ft above sea level. The picture is taken in the south west direction. Unfortuntely, we haven’t had a chance to travel there yet. Its on our bucket list.
This photo was taken in Bora Bora in French Polynesia. The bridge is on the Four Seasons resort and hosts the Ruahatu inner lagoon sanctuary. Which has more than a hundred species of marine life. Sporting white sand beaches and turquoise water year round. Mount Otenamu, which is one of two peaks of an extinct volcano and stands at approximately 2,400 feet above the lagoon, is shown in the distance. I hope one day we can visit this spectacular island.
I think itcan be taken from Maldives but I have never been there.