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Scenic Cave Hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey: Yunak Evleri

11 May , 2012  

For anyone in love with tradition in its purest, organic form, Capadoccia, Turkey is a place likely to leave a mark. Seeing some representative photos of the region made us want to research more about this place, which seems sprung out from a lost and beautiful world. Yunak Hotel is located in Cappadocia (aka “region […]

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Eat & Chill

Relax and Contemplate: 27 Breathtaking Infinity Pools Across the World

10 May , 2012  

We have to say we are not exactly fans of indoor pools. We would much rather take a jump in an open air natural spring or in a crystal clear sea water. However, these infinity pools did not leave us indifferent. Some of the them are natural, but most of the infinity edge pools in […]

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China from a Vantage Point: Glass Skywalk in the Tianmen Mountain

8 May , 2012  

The glass skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in the Tianmen Mountain, China, seems especially built for the fearless. But walking on this incredible pathway, suspended 1,430 meters high up in the air (about 4 691.6 feet) is also 6,35 centimeters thick (2.5 inches), making it safe for the avalanche of tourists. The Skywalk in […]

Hidden Places, North & Central America

Home of Over 4000 Glaciers: Kluane National Park, Canada

7 May , 2012  

Kluane National Park is located in the south-west corner of Yukon Territory, Canada and covers an area of 22,016 square kilometres. Mountains and glaciers dominate the park’s surface, covering 82% of its landscape. The highest mountain in Canada, Mount Logan ((5,959 m) is a part of Kluane National Park and reigns over this beautiful region. […]

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Bringing Street Theatre to Its Rightful Proportions: Royal de Luxe [Video]

4 May , 2012  

Royal de Luxe is a French mechanical marionette street theatre company founded in 1979 by Jean Luc Courcoult. In its long existence, Royal de Luxe became one of the most famous performance companies, being associated with exceptional appearances and complex open-air theater stunning millions of people from all over the world. Photo by Philipp Guelland […]

Asia, Hidden Places

Odd Natural Shapes in Thailand: Ko Tapu Island in Phangnga Golf

3 May , 2012  

Limestone Islands displaying odd shapes rise up from the clear, green waters bordered by the wooded Phangnga golf in the south of Thailand. Approximately 40 cliffs and small islands with fantastic forms populate this generous golf, some of them reaching up tp 275 meters in height. Most of them have caves or flooded canals. A […]

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The Evolver Spiraling Platform in Switzerland for Unobstructed Nature Observation

26 Apr , 2012  

The Evolver is an original project envisioned and put to practice by the students from Alice Studio. Located in Zermatt, Switzerland and overlooking Lake Stelli, the structure is composed of 24 wooden frames and encases a continuous 720 degree route. This makes for an unusual tubular itinerary, especially when considering the fact that the views […]

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5 Extreme Ways to Practice Power Kiting and Get High on Adrenaline

25 Apr , 2012  

Power kiting is an explosion of life into one indescribable element: adrenaline. The interesting part is that kiting can be practiced on any surface whether it is water, snow, ice or sand. That is why, in the following photos and texts we will try to get you familiar with some of the extreme sides of […]

Asia, Hidden Places

The Dragon’s Blood Trees of Socotra

24 Apr , 2012  

An intriguing natural combination of limestone cliffs, ancient granite massifs and red sandstone plateaus, Socotra is the largest island within the archipelago with the same name and home to a spectacular species: the Dragon Tree. According to wikipedia, “the Dragon Tree  is characterized by a single or multiple trunk growing up to 12 m tall […]

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Diving in the Tectonic Plate Gap Between Europe and America

22 Apr , 2012  

Alexander Mustard, from Southampton, USA, does not take photography lightly. Nor what his Geography teachers taught him at school. These incredible photos were taken by the artist and extreme diver in the plate gap between Europe and America. Saying this place is not tourist-friendly would be an understatement. Photographing the gap between the North American […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Naoussa Paros, a Magnetic Fishing Village in the Cyclades

19 Apr , 2012  

The gorgeous village of Naoussa Paros in Greece is ten kilometers east from Parikia, towards the northern side of the island of Paros. It is categorized under the “prettiest villages” in the Cyclades and, regardless of the expansion of tourism, this exquisite village has preserved its realism, spirit and magnetism. Enhanced by whitewashed small houses, […]

Hidden Places, South America

Highest City in the World: La Rinconada, Peru

15 Apr , 2012  

As we were searching for unusual, remote places on the planet, we ran into Rinconada, said to be the highest city in the world. Located in the Peruvian Andes. at a height of 5,100m (16,732.28 feet) above sea level, La Rinconada is filled with stories that willprobably get you meditating. “It’s on Earth, but yet […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Neuschwanstein Castle, a Scenic Historic Testimony in the Bavarian Alps

14 Apr , 2012  

Neuschwanstein Castle is located in Hohenschwangau, close to the Füssen town, in the Bavarian Alps, Germany, close to the Austrian border. The castle is one of the most legendary of the three royal palaces built by Ludwig II of Bavaria, also known as “the Fairytale King”, in the 19th century. King Ludwig was an ardent […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Walk to Remember: Gardens of Marqueyssac, France

4 Apr , 2012  

Even though the Gardens of Marqueyssac in France have a unique appearance and atmosphere, I couldn’t help correlate the feel of this place with that of Villa D’Este. When choosing between a natural landscape and a man-made environment, I would normally have no difficulties. Pristine places equal total domination. Wrapped around a traditional 17th century […]

Hidden Places, South America

The Rainbow River: Caño Cristales, Colombia

24 Mar , 2012  

Caño Cristales (also known as the “river of five colors” or “the river that ran away from paradise”) has a unique biological feature: it is covered by colorful algae. According to wikipedia, “for most of the year, Caño Cristales is indistinguishable from any other river: a bed of rocks covered in dull green mosses are […]

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