Thanks to Mother Nature Network 🙂
If you’re looking to fill up your bucket list you might find inspiration in this wonderful slideshow. See link below for images.
“Pura Tanah Lot, which translates to “Land in the Sea,” is one of the seven sea temples off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. Local legend says that a traveling monk stopped to rest on the island and told fishermen to build a shrine there in order to worship the Balinese sea gods.” – Anna Norris
Nice shout-out to my hometown. Savannah, Georgia 🙂
“Southern charm is a force to be reckoned with as far as Travel + Leisure readers are concerned.” – CNN
Last week I shared a post about how to correctly pronounce unusual foods, and now today’s lesson focuses on places with tricky names.
The Mind Circle has collected 24 hard-to-pronounce cities, countries, and locations from around the world everyone should be able to say correctly.
Some of the places include:
See if you’re saying these names correctly via the link below.
Have you ever heard of the Moroccan city of Chefchaouen?
Truth be told I wasn’t familiar with the ancient city until I saw the video below, which explains the history behind its distinctive hue.
Have a look and let me know what you think.
After watching this video I really want to visit Japan.
This amazing drone footage from Iwamoto Film Studio offers a view of the Cherry Blossom Festival in Tokyo like none you’ve ever seen.
Let me know if you’ve seen this beautiful festival in person.
Imagine drifting off to sleep while hungry sharks swim inches away from you – with only a couple of inches of glass between you and the huge creatures.
Okay, I probably wouldn’t get much sleep, but it would still be an experience of a lifetime.
Check out the video below for more on this incredible hotel, courtesy of Insider Travel.
If you thought drones were only used by annoying teenagers to torment their neighbors you are so wrong.
Photographers around the world are using the devices to capture nature images, and the results are stunning.
A site called SkyPixel, which allows aerial photographers to share their work, has announced its “Best of 2015” list. This collection of drone photos shows the mind-boggling beauty of our planet, and it’s a must-see for nature-lovers.
I’ve included a pair of photos from the “Best of 2015” list here, and you can enjoy the full gallery via the link below (courtesy of Mother Nature Network).
Have you heard about this magnificent treehouse someone built in Australia?
According to the builder (Lionel Buckett), the treehouse has a spa, shower, full plumbing, fire-place and stunning views of a World Heritage listed rainforest.