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18 Completely Surreal Landscapes Around Planet Earth

Near the city of Torrevieja in southwest Spain lie two salty and very pink lakes called Las Salinas de Torrevieja. The color is caused by algae that releases a red pigment under certain conditions. Namibia’s Dead Vlei, or “dead marsh,” is surrounded by the highest sand dunes in the world and dotted with dead trees …

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28 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

7 Places Where You Can See Big Game Outside Of Africa

Sri Lanka Sri Lanka is considered one of the best safari destinations outside of Africa. The Southeast Asian country has its own “Big Five”: Asian elephants, leopards, sloth bears, blue whales and sperm whales. Yala National Park is supposed to have the highest leopard density in the world, while herds of Asian elephants make their …

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26 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

Step Inside The Best Hotel In India, Where Guests Arrive By Private Boat

Guests arrive at the hotel by a private boat ride across Lake Pichola. When they reach the entrance, they’ll see grand architecture that was inspired by the traditional palaces of Rajasthan. The hotel has remarkable architectural details, like traditional pavilions and domes. There are also quiet courtyards with fountains and reflection pools and shady gardens …

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26 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

Oktoberfest 2013

This weekend, the 180th Oktoberfest opened in Munich, Germany, with the traditional tapping of the first keg of beer by Munich’s mayor, Christian Ude, shouting “O’zapft is!” (“It’s tapped!”). The Bavarian festival takes place in Munich’s Theresienwiese over 16 days, and more than 6 million people are expected to attend. Attendance is free, but the …

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24 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

9 Activities You Must Do On Your Next Bermuda Getaway

Dig your feet into the pink sand at Horseshoe Bay, the most famous beach in Bermuda. Eat breakfast while staring at the water. Ideally from a balcony. Most hotels in Bermuda have water views—and it’s worth paying extra to wake up to them. This is the view from a hotel room balcony at the Fairmont …

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23 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

Peek Inside One Of Only 100 Private Villas On Celebrity-Studded Mustique Island

The Caribbean island of Mustique is a popular destination for Hollywood’s elite, including Mick Jagger, Tommy Hilfiger and Brad Pitt. In addition to being a celebrity enclave, the 1,400-acre island, which measures just 3 miles long by a 1/2 mile wide, is famed for its white sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise waters. There are only 100 private residences …

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22 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

The Best Thing To Eat In 35 Countries Around The World

Australia: Pie floater Often touted as the perfect hangover cure, a pie floater is an Australian-style meat pie that’s sitting in a bowl of thick green pea soup. It’s sometimes topped with tomato sauce, vinegar, and salt and pepper. Pie floaters are “so fantastic to eat in winter and as a hangover cure,” wrote Quora user …

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21 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

Europe’s Most Beautifully Precarious Villages

Europe is home to some of the world’s most enchanting villages; small, rustic towns where time seems to slow down and travelers can explore narrow streets, ancient buildings, and farm-fresh country taverns to really soak up the local flavor. Europe is also home to some of the most unusual villages found anywhere on Earth, many …

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20 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

The 10 Best Pubs In London

#10 Waxy O’Connor’s 14-16 Rupert Street Leicester Square With multiple levels and multiple bars, walking into Waxy’s is like stepping into a Catholic-church-turned-Diagon-Alley-shop straight out of Harry Potter. They have great brews, great food, and a fun, relaxed atmosphere. “Waxy’s has got to be one of the most fun pubs in all of England,” writes Yelp …

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18 Sep | surpreet | No Comments

Argentina Ghost Town Re-Emerges After Being Underwater For 25 Years

An Argentinian town has re-emerged after being underwater for 25 years, The Associated Press reports. In the 1920s Villa Epecuen, located in the farmlands 340 miles south of Buenos Aires, was established as a tourist village along the shore of Lago Epecuen. The saltwater lake has 10 times more salt than the ocean — making the water buoyant — and tourists from Buenos …

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