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Central America’s hidden & stunning Caribbean Coast Pt.1 Kanantik Reef & Jungle Resort, Belize.

A peaceful escape awaits” at this eco-hideaway on 300 jungle acres between Dangriga and Placencia. Opened in 2002 by an Italian businessman, Kanantik, which means “to take care” in Mayan Mopan, is four miles from the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary (a jaguar preserve) and a short boat ride from the world’s second-largest barrier reef. The […]

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Sublime sunsets around the world

First off we have New Zealand which is among the first countries to experience sunrise- and, as a result, sunset. The South Island’s 450km-long Southern Alps, known for their glaciers and glacial lakes, create an epic landscape that is well suited to hikers who want to enjoy dusk in serene isolation. (Annie Griffiths/National Geographic Creative) […]

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Faroe Islands,. far out majestic!

The Faroe Islands are truly unique, Its one of those places on this planet I always wanted to go,. My neighbor and I always talk about the Faroe Islands when we sit for coffee on his terrific backyard deck to chat about travel. We get on google map, browse around in his ipad finding the […]

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Cultral music of Senegal

The Musical Influence of Senegal.

“The base оf аll music іn Senegal іs traditional,” sауs Baaba Maal, оnе оf thе finest contemporary musical artists іn Africa; аnd, traditional Senegalese music mау bе thе foundation fоr muсh оf thе music оf thе Western wоrld. Aficionados оf country blues, calypso, reggae, beguine, аnd rap, whеthеr оr nоt thеу recognise іt, hear echoes […]

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The great ocean road to a great ocean experience

The great ocean road to a great ocean experience.

The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage. It represent a coastal region of  stretching 243 kilometres (151 mi) along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. Built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and dedicated to soldiers killed during World War I, the road is the world’s […]

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Antartica collapsing beauty.

A massive glacier system in West Antarctica has started collapsing because of global warming and will contribute to significant worldwide sea-level rise, two teams of scientists warn in a pair of major studies released Monday. Scientists had previously thought the two-mile-thick (3.2 kilometers) glacier system would remain stable for thousands of years, but new research […]

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A Cabin For My Weekend! #5

The Stone House, Fafe, Portugal Note to self: If you ever build a weekend cabin, don’t make it so unique that it becomes a tourist attraction. In 1974, Vítor Rodrigues built a family retreat in the Fafe Mountains of Portugal by connecting a series large glacial erratics with stone and mortar. It has become so […]

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