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20 Unique Things You Must Do in Europe This Summer

By Janet / June 11, 2016

Are you heading to Europe this summer? Yes? Well, lucky you! Europe…Everyone’s favorite continent in the mid-year summer rush…… beaches, tans, cocktails, crowds… summer in Europe is many things.You could be planning to see the most popular destinations of each country or visit the thousand years of history attractions or you are simply curious what this fascinating […]

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World’s 30 Most Unusual Beaches That You Won’t Believe

By Janet / June 9, 2016

It’s finally summer—time to swim, sunbathe, and surf. While many people dream of white sand, palm trees, and clear water,do you think that beaches are blase tourist destinations with nothing unique or interesting to offer?Well, we’d like to shift the focus to the more unusual beaches out there that prove that Mother Nature has some surprises in […]

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The Most Romantic Love Locks Around World

By Janet / June 8, 2016

Whenever I stumble across any type of love lock structure, no matter where I am in the world, I am fascinated at all the untold stories of the silent locks. I like to spend time looking through the individual locks, finding the funky ones, the beautiful ones, and the unique ones. No one is entirely sure where […]

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Stunning Colors of Red Land:God’s Palette

By Janet / June 7, 2016

Have you ever run across a photo and thought, Wow, that’s beautiful! Where is that? Well this is ‘Dongchuan Red Land,’ sometimes ‘Red Earth,’ located in a a rural area in China. If there is one word that best captures Dongchuan Red Land, it must be “palette”. It is such an amazing spectacle that you can […]

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New Mexico Badlands is Strange But Amazing

By Janet / June 6, 2016

Every corner of New Mexico looks different from the rest–the landscape morphs in front of your eyes as you drive down any highway. Indeed, this landscape has been morphing for billions of years, and its many mountains, volcanoes, caves and rocky terrains are literally shaped by the planet’s history.The little known Wilderness areas of Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah […]

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Top 5 Must-See Mayan ruins in Mexico

By Janet / June 1, 2016

No trip to Mexico is complete without a visit to at least one Mayan ruin. Of course, if you can see five…that’s even better! The Mayan civilization is known for its hieroglyph writing, architectural feats, and impressive astrological and mathematical knowledge (which produced an astonishingly sophisticated calendar system).Since the Maya of Mexico were the most advanced […]

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Skiing in Summer?The Snowy Mountain In Australia Makes It All Possible

By Janet / June 1, 2016

While many North American and European skiers and snowboarders are storing away their gear as the hot summer sun melts down the snow cover, the opposite side of the globe is just cooling down for some of the best ski conditions during the Northern Hemisphere’s summer months. Australia may be better known as a sunburnt […]

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Pictures From The 2016 Festival Of Light In Sydney

By Janet / June 1, 2016

VIVID 2016 is a  festival of lights kicked off on May 22 and runs until June 8.More than 150 artists from 23 countries have created over 90 light installations and projections that appear in more than eight precincts spread across Sydney. Let’s have a look at some of the installations and projections… Vivid Festival, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, NSW, Australia. […]

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30 European Cities You Never Thought To Visit – But Really Should

By Janet / June 1, 2016

Summer is coming and we have no doubt that you’re already thinking of your next holiday.Head on a trip to Europe this year? Sure, everyone knows Paris and its gleaming avenues, Rome and its noble temples, Madrid and its party ambience…But there are other cities and sights of enviable pulchritude that often get overlooked. Today, we has compiled a list […]

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