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September 29, 2019

Travelling to see landmarks you only seen from a distance or heard about from a friend, bringing back priceless memories of a good time, can be tons of fun, and for sure very exciting to a great extent. But before you decide to pull the trigger on where to go, or if those landmarks are right for you and will excite the same amount of joy in you as they did your friend or relative, here is a list of places around the world we t...

September 28, 2018

Around the world are places with a reputation for the unknown, mystically captivating, and invoke a feeling of spookiness and eariness, no other places  excite into our brains. Some of these places have made it into popular art, and culture as a whole. You might recognize some of these spots from movies you enjoyed or paintings you saw, but some of them you have never heard of, nonetheless gained notoriety for all the wrong Sp...

September 17, 2018

This time of the year, having a chance to go out in the open and enjoy the magical colors of fall is a special treat. There are a few traditional areas that many frequent during this time of the year for its color rich natural scenery. New England comes to mind,  ripe with an extended fall blanket stretching as far a the eye can see. Canada has its own prime spots for enjoying fall. Alaska also commands a fair share of such sp...

August 27, 2018

Across the world,are some hair raising tourist attractions, that are oddly enough, visited by millions every year fr that same reason, in this series we will cover a few of these landmarks and what makes them both spooky, and a magnet for visitors.

Huashan National Park, Shanxi Province in China:

The Shanxi Province in China, home the the Huashan National Park, was known for its captivating peak top monasteries, but recent years...

May 6, 2018

The most visited cities in Asia. Some on the top ten you never heard of. Some you might have but never thought they would feature on this count up of highest frequented destination cities. Stay tuned and check out these amazing cities, with their flaws and beautiful sides alike. Enjoy the top half of the count up of most visited cities in the continent of Asia.

# 5 - Seoul, South Korea:

This huge metropolis is on the cutting edg...

May 2, 2018

The most visited cities in Asia. Some on the top ten you never heard of. Some you might have but never thought they would feature on this count up of highest frequented destination cities. Stay tuned and check out these amazing cities, with their flaws and beautiful sides alike. Enjoy this top ten of most visited cities in the continent of Asia.

#10 - Shanghai, China: 

China's most developed metropolis, with some 23 million soul...

April 26, 2018

Kyoto Japan:

Kyoto Japan is a beautiful ancient city, that served at one time as the capital of japan. Has some of the most beautiful temples in the world, in the spirit of Japanese sense of aesthetics. The beauty of these temples is very unique:

Kiyomizu Dera temple: 

Founded in 778, part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto, It has one of the most beautiful pagodas in Japan

Fushimi Inari Taisha:

Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine,...

April 26, 2018

Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai Thailand:

Known as the white temple, was opened in 1997 as an exhibit of Asian style temples, in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.

Wat Rong Khun does not come with as much historical or spiritual weight, but the intricate art display it represents is a stark exhibit of temple architecture in Asia.

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April 26, 2018

This huge metropolis is home to some 38 million people, more than any other metropolitan area on earth. To say that it is modern is an understatement, but don;t let that fool you, Tokyo might be a  modern city but it is dotted with landmarks that showcase Japan's rich history of the countries history. This old early 17th century fishing village survived earthquakes and war alike, and continues to wow visitors with its modern f...

April 25, 2018

Tigers Nest, Bhutan:

The legend goes that in the 8th century,  Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated for three years, three months, three weeks, three days and three hours, In the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave, in Bhutan. This was later the sight on which this beautiful temple was built in 1692, now Known as the Tigers Nest temple.

The site continues to attract visitors from around the world whom enjoy the mysticism tha...

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