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Mystery Hill: America's Stonehenge?
Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-16 05:49:03 (via www.unmuseum.org)
Another world wonder: it’s in America and looks like the Stonehenge, but in a smaller variant. The main question is: who built it? The Native Americans living in the northeast before Europeans arrived didn't build in stone. The colonial farmers didn't arrive in the valley until 1730 and we know that construction must have been started before 1769.   More...
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Welcome to North Korea. Rule No. 1: Obey all rules
Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-15 10:12:18 (via www.csmonitor.com)
North Korea is probably one of the most mysterious places on the Earth. Not because something special is going on there, it is just sooo protected that far not all can enter this country. Even if you pay $80 for the visa application, the probability that it is rejected is quite high. But once you enter it and obey the rules, it is unforgettable.   More...
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The Last Eden
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-15 09:41:34 (via theregoesjohn.com)
“Sorata, Bolivia, is the kind of place that makes me want to buy a house”. The irresistible beauty of the surroundings and the pleasure of hiking entire days in the Andes make of it just the perfect place to go. Of course, this is apart from some misunderstandings with the local guide, but this is another story.   More...
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To the Peak of The Island of Hokkaido
Submitted by cleo on 2007-03-15 09:30:30 (via www.tamegoeswild.com)
Climbing a vocano solo, at night, whithout first checking the weather conditions...? Crazy, but an expedition that will make you feel victorious and... miserable. A drop of humor, however, will keep up the spirits. In case this is Yotei San, then Japanese hospitality may provide you with a hot bath, after you’ve been soaked well in the rain.   More...
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Off Peak in Ecuador!
Submitted by cleo on 2007-03-15 08:56:52 (via www.gohither.net)
This entire story describes a painful attempt to see Volcano Cotopaxi. The rain and everything seemed to be working against it. Won’t there be at least thirty minutes of clear weather to get to see this flawless scenery?   More...
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Sipping Wine
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-03-15 08:50:06 (via www.gohither.net)
How about a sip of rise wine through a worn out plastic tube with holes in it? Oh, yes, that only after the a 100 years old patriarch of the village with raw, swollen gums had sipped through it. Sorry, but such is the “ceremonial” drinking… Then the camping style of their living, with their clothes in a sack next to their mattresses... Go figure!   More...
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Belgian Forests in Autumn
Submitted by Adele on 2007-03-15 08:41:12 (via www.worldtravelstories.com)
When I looked at the picture of this mouflon I have concluded, this is a very elegant animal. Moreover, in the midst of a forest painted in the whole range of autumn colors. Hiking can indeed reveal some things you would not have a chance to know otherwise.   More...
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Kochin
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-15 08:36:22 (via www.heartspace.org)
Remember Columbus and the Spice Islands?- That’s Kochin! It’s one of the most beautiful smelling cities in India. The language is Malayaam, which sounds like if you rolled your tongue indiscriminately and said "blublub". The writing constitutes of what looks like a lot of curly 'm's and 'w's. So nice. Coconuts? Everywhere! Overall? Very fine!
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In Search of the Silky Sifaka
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-15 08:32:43 (via www.trekdiary.com)
This is a luxurious trip to Madagascar to discover its wealth of wildlife: rainbow chameleon, daring lemurs, "three-eyed" lizards, fluffy Silky Sifakas, curious indris and a lot of other interesting fauna representatives.
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Tomorrow May Never Come
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-15 08:20:38 (via www.heldencrow.com)
Going to India might be a disappointment, unless you take into account that you’ve actually entered a culture different then yours. So, when things don’t go the way you were assured they will, don’t conclude everybody’s a liar. Rather, take it a jest of kindness. I know, I know it’s hard. Maybe a visit to Bollywood will help take off the pressure?   More...
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