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Top 7 Underwater Sites That Have Surprisingly Re-Emerged

Nature works in mysterious ways, most of which even transcend human comprehension. It wipes away and builds again. It drowns and resurrects. There is an order in its chaos and a chaos in its order which simply astounds adventure enthusiasts like myself. Frankly speaking, I travel all over the world on a regular basis but ...

Vardø, the witch capital of Norway

Chelsea G. Summers' beautiful article about a beatiful place recalls its **** history: the ****** of 91 "witches" in Vardø, Norway, part of a century-long persecution against which the Salem witch trials pale in comparison.

There’s no easy way to describe Vardø’s extreme, compelling weirdness. It’s hard to believe that Vardø once held a population ...

Live Your Dream to Travel Across the World While Making Money

“Your wings already exist. All you have to do is FLY.” All of us are born with a travel bug that urges us to pack our bags and see the world around us. Our planet has a lot of places and spots waiting to be explored. With every new place that you travel to, you ...

10 Wonderful Benefits of Traveling

There are plenty of things one can gain from exploring different places. The list includes gaining new friends, new experiences, and new stories. When you start exploring new places, you get a better understanding of the people living there, including their culture, history and background. Studies show that travelling can improve your overall health and ...

How cities can fix tourism ****

A steep and rapid rise in tourism has left behind a wake of economic and environmental damage in cities around the globe. In response, governments have been responding with policies that attempt to limit the number of visitors who come in. We’ve decided to spare you from any more Amazon HQ2 talk and instead focus ...

My life on the road: watching life roll by from the corner of my eye

Two days of waiting in Casper, Wyoming, $1,200 and two new tires later, we were back on the road. Casper is a small city. It is one of Wyoming's most populated cities. It is a city flanked by mountains and, while we were being held captive by a blown out tire on a holiday ...

My life on the road: stranded in Wyoming

Few things can **** an RV up worse than a frozen water system. Grey, black and potable water tanks, water pumps and the delicate tubing that run through the undercarriage and into the living area of a motorhome don't do well when exposed to subzero temperatures. Some RVs, like ours, come with blowers that force ...

My Life on the Road: Headed to Texas – chicken and ***** in Bozeman

We left Claresholm after eating a continental breakfast of terrible coffee and decent muffins. The hotel’s owner chatted lazily with us as we noshed. He had been a manager of Woolworth's department stores, from Toronto, Ontario to Terrence, British Columbia. He served the chain loyally for decades of his life, never questioning when they sent ...

In-flight “brawl” between American Airlines stewards leads to lawsuit

An American Airlines steward is suing the airline, claiming that a colleague assaulted her during a flight and that it refused to address her complaints. A lawyer representing the airline, as quoted by USA Today, says that she had it coming: it is "not liable because Plaintiff caused or contributed to cause the harm".

An ...