methods of sending information by phone line, cable, radio or TV
a region where the weather is mild and not too extreme, like the United Kingdom
traffic that passes through towns on the way to somewhere else
a whirling wind. It has a vacuum in the centre, called a vortex, which sucks things up and tosses them up in the air.
the industry which attracts and manages visitors to an area
a visitor to an area
the ways in which people have done things for hundreds of years
a river or stream which flows into a larger river
These are like giant fans. The water turns the blades of the fan and as it turns it generates electricity.