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Nearing the edge of Pakistan, there is a place known as the Golden City. A sandstone fort rises at the center, where the streets are too narrow and cobbled for any form […]
Human habitation of the area started about 8,000 years ago with small family groups of Native Americans. In 1909 the President of the United States,William Howard Taft, named the area a National […]
Your head will turn upside down, your hands will spread wide in front of you and your knees will lock. Don’t worry this is only a down-dog.
Foss, meaning waterfall in Icelandic, the Seljandsfoss waterfall cascades down 200 ft (60 meters) into a calm, winding stream. If you don’t mind getting wet, you can hike a path […]
We stepped into the car in the heat of the city, and out into the crisp breeze of the Boundary Waters. The wind carried away the bugs and drove our […]
Plitvice Lakes National Park contains a series of 16 beautiful interlinked lakes, caves and waterfalls that have been formed by natural processes. The site is in a state of constant expansion.
If you’re about to take your first big journey, there’s a good chance you might be planning your trip with a friend. You might be young and unexperienced and want to […]
Situated among the Big Redwood forests, and along the Pacific Ocean coast, Big Sur, California might be the true American dream.
With Over 17,000 islands, hundreds of volcanoes (some of which could blow at any minute), white sand beaches, jungles, and jewel toned waters, the land of Indonesia will make you […]
First of all, I’d like to thank DD’S THOUGHT CARD, ECLECTICWATER, and Bonjeani Travels for nominating me. All of you are inspiring in your own way. For a blog that hasn’t even been around […]