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This beautiful San Diego sunset made kalyra dance on the rocks at Ocean Beach. Read more
The Cape of Good Hope is a rocky headland at the south-west corner of the Cape Peninsula in South Africa Cape Town is about a 50km drive to the north of the Cape of Good Hope! Read more
Koh Tao is one of Southern Thailand's true tropical island escapes. It has golden sandy beaches, secluded bays, and world class diving and snorkeling. If you enjoyed this photo, enter your email to get FREE blog updates Read more
The Li River in China stretches for 100-kilometers and is flanked by green hills and mountain peaks that rise into the sky. It is one of China's most famous scenic areas, featured in many scroll paintings. If you enjoyed this… Read more
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The famous Khao San Road in Bangkok Thailand is known as the gateway to South East Asia for budget travelers. Khao San Road is a short street located in the Banglamphu district. Packed into a 1km long strip are countless… Read more
The Dingle Peninsula in Ireland is one of our favorite destinations, and no trip to the Emerald Isle would be complete without visiting there. The Dingle Peninsula is named after the town of Dingle in Ireland, and it is the… Read more
Dead Vlei is a white clay pan located inside the Namib-Naukluft Park in Namibia Africa. The name Dead Vlei, means "dead marsh" in a valley between the dunes. Namibia is a country in southern Africa whose western border is the… Read more
Back in 1997 I was traveling through Asia, and one of our trips was to visit Nias Island in Sumatra, Indonesia. I'll never forget the reactions of the locals. As we drove through a small town, they just surrounded our vehicle… Read more
The Longsheng Rice Terraces are located about 100 km from Guilin, Guangxi, China. These terraced fields are said to have been mostly built during the Ming Dynasty, about 500 years ago. Read more