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Sapporo Snow Festival, Where Ice Becomes Art

29 Jun , 2010  

Sometimes we don’t have the eyes to see real opportunities regarding nature’s gifts, a chance to use natural resources for promoting international relations. Fortunately, we found that cultural diversity, artistic works, unusual shapes and impressive sculptures are some of the specialties of an unique annual event which is reliable for such connections, The Snow Festival […]

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Hidden Places, North & Central America

Ellesmere Island Expedition, White Silence and Half Year of Icy Darkness

29 Jun , 2010  

Far away from the urban racket, Ellesmere Island is located in a land so hostile, that it seems purified by the rigors of its own climate. The air here is so pure, that the entire landscape- the wide icy plateau, the unusual looking mountains and the imposing glaciers- are very clearly “sketched”, down to the smallest details, […]

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Festivals and Events, Get Cultural

La Tomatina Tomato Fight, When Things Get Really Red

24 Jun , 2010  

What if I were to tell you that tomatoes aren’t just food but a bunch of projectiles thrown into other people? Well, as you can see, La Tomatina is devastating for the clothes and even for the identity of those who are caught in the middle of the action. La Tomatina tomato fight in Buñol, […]

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Hidden Places, South America

Angel Falls, the Tallest Waterfall in the World

21 Jun , 2010  

Angel Falls is located in Venezuela and it is the tallest waterfall in the world, with a height of 1,054 m (3,458 ft). “Angel Falls is also known as Kerepakupai merú, which means “waterfall of the deepest place”, in Pemon language, or: Parakupa-vena, which means “the fall from the highest point”; Spanish: Salto Ángel. The waterfall drops […]

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Hidden Places, North & Central America

Lake Louise, A Breathtaking Landscape

11 Jun , 2010  

Lake Louise is a lake in Alberta, Canada. The glacial lake is located in Banff National Park, 5 km (3 mi) from the hamlet of Lake Louise and the Trans-Canada Highway. Lake Louise is named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848–1939), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and the wife of the Marquess of […]

Africa, Hidden Places

Lake Assal, A Salty Nature Wonder

9 Jun , 2010  

There was a time when the ancient Romans were so fed up with the abundance of the African continent, that when a traveler said he discovered something new and wonderful, one of them replied: “Well, in Africa you always find something new!” Lake Assal is a crater lake in central Djibouti, located at the southern […]

Get Extreme

Wingsuit Flying, a Thrilling, Unbelievable Experience

4 Jun , 2010  

We often reach the sky with our eyes and imagine flying through white clouds. Sometimes we are saved by a lonely bird who`s trying to embrace the wind with a majestic dance. However, many people really tried for a long time to succeed and to conquer their dreams at any costs, facing the impossible with […]

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Pictures Inside Waves by Clark Little

2 Jun , 2010  

We’ve decided to add an extra Tourism on the Edge category called “photos on the edge”. We think the “Inside Waves” photos from  Clark Little make for an excellent first post of this kind. Enjoy!

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Australia and Oceania, Hidden Places

Norfolk Island, a Remote Place of Scenic Views

1 Jun , 2010  

Embracing the wonders of life with one breath, drinking the brilliance of the nightly skies with a blink of an eye , smiling with the turtles into the crystalline water could be only a few experiences in Norfolk Island. Pine forests, smooth green grass, beautiful landscapes, smiley faces are more than beautiful sights, they become […]

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