In the northeast of China, 30 km southwest of the city of Panjin, in the delta of the Liao-che River, there is one of the many countless natural wonders of our planet - the blood-red beach. It is a bit like a chameleon, because its surface is green during the summer months. Then it goes orange. In autumn, it turns into a crimson field of vast expanse. And this is how it repeats itself every year. The change occurs due to the seaweed Suaeda salsa (Czech solnička), which thrives in the local salty soil. It would be nice to go there with my future husband.