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Posts By Tatiana Danger

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Spend the night in the 19th century at Silver City Ghost Town
2 weeks ago

Spend the night in the 19th century at Silver City Ghost Town

It’s true, ghost towns are pretty amazing vacation destinations. And Silver City Ghost Town is no exception. Located just 70 miles southwest of Boise, Idaho, this abandoned settlement was once …
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The legendary Lake Reschen Bell Tower is straight out of a dream
3 weeks ago

The legendary Lake Reschen Bell Tower is straight out of a dream

There’s something incredibly dreamy about beautiful buildings submerged in water. Venice, Italy is an entire city that’s partially underwater and it’s GORGEOUS! Lake Reschen is one such place that you …
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Covão dos Conchos: The beautiful “waterfall” trapped in a lagoon
3 weeks ago

Covão dos Conchos: The beautiful “waterfall” trapped in a lagoon

What the what?! Is this a vortex to another astral plane?! Not quite. Although it looks like a natural sinkhole, this is in fact the world’s coolest drain pipe, and …
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Drone explores Son Doong Cave, one of the world’s largest caves, for first time ever
4 weeks ago

Drone explores Son Doong Cave, one of the world’s largest caves, for first time ever

Son Doong Cave (AKA one of the world’s largest caves) was originally discovered in 1991 by a local Vietnamese man named Hồ-Khanh. However, fear of the sounds from its underground river …
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Meet the couple who transform their travel photos into whimsical adventures
1 month ago

Meet the couple who transform their travel photos into whimsical adventures

This is Daniel Rueda and Anna Devis. They are the creative brains behind these ridiculously cool Instagram travel photos. Hailing from Valencia, Spain, they clearly have an eye for beautiful …
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A rare chance to visit the real-life Camp Crystal Lake from Friday 13th
1 month ago

A rare chance to visit the real-life Camp Crystal Lake from Friday 13th

Chh chh chh… hahh hahh hahh… That’s the sound of fear. Well, actually it’s the bone chilling sound from composer Harry Manfredini that has come to immortalize Friday the 13th. But, …
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Heres why the Caño Cristales river in Columbia is called a “Liquid Rainbow”
2 months ago

Heres why the Caño Cristales river in Columbia is called a “Liquid Rainbow”

There are pink lakes, real-life desert oases, and lavender labyrinths…and now you can add rainbow rivers to the list of surreal jaw-dropping wonders you need to see to believe. The Caño Cristales river in …
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Dominate the campground with this hybrid cooler-picnic table
2 months ago

Dominate the campground with this hybrid cooler-picnic table

We’ve all been there…hot, sweaty, bug-bitten, sleep-deprived, achy muscles, all willing sacrifices in the name of “CAMPING”. And to be honest, it’s not just the cramped tents that cramp our …
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The legend behind the Giant’s Causeway…a 60 million yr-old mystery
2 months ago

The legend behind the Giant’s Causeway…a 60 million yr-old mystery

The Giant’s Causeway is the stuff of legends. The jagged outcropping features compact basalt columns that lead directly into the sea. In addition to being a UNESCO World Heritage site, …
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Here’s why Flinders Chase National park on Kangaroo Island is roadtripping heaven
2 months ago

Here’s why Flinders Chase National park on Kangaroo Island is roadtripping heaven

Imagine: over 1700 square miles of massive sand dunes, drop-dead gorgeous wilderness, towering cliffs, lush wetlands, and soft, white sandy beaches.  Kangaroo Island used to be part of the Australian …
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The Pink Lake at Las Coloradas is a dreamy oasis, home to flamingos
2 months ago

The Pink Lake at Las Coloradas is a dreamy oasis, home to flamingos

If you’ve ever dreamed of spending the day, lounging on a secluded beach, populated by flamingos, and while away your hours floating around without a care in the world…then Las …
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The Hand of the Desert summons adventurous roadtrippers
2 months ago

The Hand of the Desert summons adventurous roadtrippers

“We are not alone.” – Fox Mulder, The X Files. That’s always been a favorite quote of mine, for many reasons. Mostly because aliens are cool and I’d like to …
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Sculpture Falls is an under-the-radar, picture-perfect swimming hole
3 months ago

Sculpture Falls is an under-the-radar, picture-perfect swimming hole

Did you know there’s a hidden swimming hole within the city limits of Austin, TX…and it’s dog-friendly?! Me neither! Well, that’s not entirely true. I’ve been to Austin and know …
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According to Forbes, this is one of 2017’s ultimate travel hacks
3 months ago

According to Forbes, this is one of 2017’s ultimate travel hacks

Forbes recently ran a top 10 list of travel trends in 2017, among them was the rise of the app-fueled self-travel agent. If you think about it, it makes total …
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World’s first fully-accessible and inclusive water park opens
3 months ago

World’s first fully-accessible and inclusive water park opens

It’s hard to believe that there wasn’t already a fully-accessible, inclusive water park for children and teens with special needs. Well, Morgan’s Wonderland thought so too. Morgan’s Inspiration Island is a San …
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