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Top 10 Most Famous Waterfall in Iceland

By Janet / May 31, 2016

Iceland is a well-known paradise for photographers but also for nature lovers, with a plethora of natural wonders of all sorts. There is no other place on earth to experience fully what nature has to offer, from active volcanoes, mountains, glaciers, lava fields to the northern lights or the midnight sun. When it comes to […]

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29 Real-life Destinations that inspired Disney movies

By Janet / May 30, 2016

For every Disney addict, whenever we see the opening symbol in which the shooting star streaks across the sky above the classic Disney castle, we just feel excited, getting ready to dive into those fancy dreams and be children again. If you too are completely enchanted by Disney cartoon, you must not miss the following […]

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Top 8 Reasons Why You Should Visit Singapore

By Janet / May 30, 2016

Singapore is usually a stopover point on the way from Europe to Australia or New Zealand. However, it is a great place to visit in its own right. I high recommend you to take a few days out from your travels, get over the jet lag and make the most of this beautiful city.It’s squeaky clean; petty […]

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These Farmers In Japan Do Something Very Special With Rice to Adorn Villages

By Janet / May 30, 2016

There is good talent in the world! RICE FIELDS OF JAPAN ? Astounding. For 20 straight years elaborate and mysterious, multi-colored designs have been appearing in an Aomori rice field in northern Japan, becoming the focus of attention for the town of Inakadate. These cleverly formed shapes are not the result of rampant pollution, but […]

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Are You Brave Enough to Spend a Night at This Creepy Clown Motel?

By Janet / May 30, 2016

Imagine driving into a small desert town late at night. You can hardly hold your eyes open and need to find a motel room rather quickly. You finally come across a motel that has a vacancy. You think you just got really lucky, but you soon discover the motel has a clown theme. Yes, clowns! […]

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Looks Like A Scary Black Hole — But A Town Inside It

By Janet / May 30, 2016

I’ve always been dreaming up new forms of shelter (like tiny houses, bamboo houses, mobile houses) so I spend a lot of time looking at weird houses and fascinating lifestyles, I thought I’d seen it all — but then I came across Coober Pedy in South Australia, and now I finally feel like I’ve seen everything. […]

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This Is What Things Look Like In A Village Without Roads

By Janet / May 30, 2016

If you had ever enchanted by those lovely magical villages in fairy-tales, go for a visit in village Giethoorn. It truly makes your dreams come true. Giethoorn was founded around 1230, approximately a thousand years ago. Every morning, the Dutch village stands peacefully in the sunrise, quiet water inflecting trees and sky. Surrounded by canals, […]

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10 Landscapes in England That Inspired Great Literary Works

By Janet / May 30, 2016

Easily can we find splendid natural scenes in every great literature work, from the frozen winter of Siberia to wild desert in the west of America. Likewise, this ten breathtaking landscapes in England inspired generations of writers, sparking the most romantic images. Check this places and you would like to go for a trip immediately […]

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10 Fantastic American Castles To Visit This Summer

By Janet / April 28, 2016

One doesn’t generally associate castles with America,but castles in the United States have been creatively reinvented. You don’t have to skip across the pond to indulge your royal fantasies—it turns out we have towering turrets, secret passageways, and medieval moats aplenty right here at home, not to mention some fascinating stories about how these great […]

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An American tourist shares hilarious observations on England

By Janet / November 30, 2015

If you’ve ever needed  a detailed breakdown of the key cultural differences between the Britis and Americans, look no further. Scott Waters,a 66-year-old artist and photographer from Florida went on a recent trip to Cornwall, England.His trip wasn’t just fun – it was educational. So educational, in fact,on his return he decided to share his observations on the country in a […]

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