The word Zanzibar makes us envision beautiful faces of young concubines behind thin and translucent cover and curved entryway openings to zest stacked rooms and various fantasies from the phenomenal book of 'The Thousand and One Nights'. The difference here is that it is the truth and not just the fascination. Zanzibar was at its peak somewhere between 1100 to mid 1400s, it sent boats stacked with slaves, gold, jewels and ivory to the Middle East and past. The Sultan of Oman came here with his 100 mistresses and castrated watchmen. The Sultan's have long gone and the clove estates are no more, however you will feel the fragrance of flavors spread everywhere on this exotic island.
Many are mindful about the past majesty and glory of the city of troy; its long walls, lethal archers and emphatic lord. This radiant city by the side of the shores saw the most shocking war of the old times, where 1000 Greek boats cruised to break its walls. The matter started when Paris supposedly took away Menelaus' wife (Helen) with her. In the fit of rage, Menelaus and his senior sibling amassed all of Greek lords and they teamed up with the fiercest warrior the world has ever seen, Achilles and the rest is history.
El Dorado, Colombia
Hidden behind the vine shrouded trees, somewhere deep in the dark woods of Amazons, sparkles a mysterious kingdom of gold. At the point when the Spanish caught wind of the appointment of new head of the Andean tribes, who was wrapped in brilliant dust before taking a dunk into Lake Guatavita, where numerous gems were tossed to satisfy the submerged God as a part of the local custom. They began to trust the legends and searched the whole continent to satisfy their ravenousness of gold. The quest started in Andean highlands (Columbia) and they looked out entire of Peru, Guyanan and Venezuela for around two centuries, yet couldn't discover the El Dorado or the famous city. As indicated by the legends it has the glorious force to escape itself from treasurers with lacking honesty.