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Geyser Watching at Te Puia, Rotorua

Watching geysers and seeing them erupt are something I haven’t experienced before. I’m not sure if there’s one in the Philippines. I read there’s an El Minit Geyser in Mindanao but I haven’t encountered any blog post abo...
by First-time Travels on Jul 3, 2016

GEOLOGICAL WONDERLAND: The awe-inspiring beauty of Yellowstone National Park

With canyons, waterfalls, rivers, forests and mountains, Yellowstone National Park showed us the beauty of this planet. The park also happens to be the largest mega-fauna location […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged l...
by The Mindful Word on Nov 21, 2015

Yellowstone National Park Part I: Boiling Earth and Buffalo Jams

Mammoth Hot Springs. A bit like being on another planet. There's nothing that I like more than a volcanically active area where you can see the Earth in action, building and reforming itself. Yellowstone National Park delivers that on an epic scale.
by Not as the Crow Flies on Sep 30, 2015

I Expected to Like My Hiking Trip, by Carole Howard

And I did. Yellowstone National Park, with its spooky-looking landscapes of mud bubbling like pea soup, steam emerging from below, and, of course, geysers. Grand Teton National Park, home of bears, elks, bison. A week of beauty, exercise, good food &...
by Second Wind Publishing on Jul 23, 2015

Winter Ladakh – Hot Springs of Chhangthang Plateau

Sometimes nature creates things that appear weird to us. Today’s photo is hot-springs of Ladakh in winter covered by an ice-shell! We found these curious hot-springs during our wanderings in the high-altitude Chhangthang Plateau, Ladakh, durin...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 31, 2014

Yellowstone National Park - Old Faithful

June 12, 2013During my time in the Old Faithful area the weather was changing almost every five minutes from rain to sunshine so it might look like I was there several days but actually it all happened in one short afternoon. I was lucky to see the B...
by Squirrel's View on Mar 18, 2014

New Zealand’s Pompeii

That breathtaking view is of Lake Tarawera. As I took that photograph, I couldn’t believe how peaceful it was, how much like paradise it looked. In 1886, it was the site of the most terrifying volcanic eruption in New Zealand’s human history. Ba...
by POMS AWAY! on Mar 11, 2014

Rotorua

Rotorua is one of the most exciting tourist destinations in New Zealand despite the fact that it smells like rotten eggs! This is because Rotorua is a city bubbling with geothermal activity: hot pools, mud pools and geysers release hydrogen … C...
by My New Zealand Campervan Trip on Sep 15, 2013

The Cain Ridge Revival

The Cain Ridge Revival Christianity fell away following the American Revolution. A Scotsman traveling through the South saw “few religious people.” Francis Asbury found “not one in a hundred” concerned about religion. Alcoholism was rampant,...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 9, 2013

Iceland’s Glaciers & Geysers

In southwest Iceland lies a collection of natural wonders known as the Golden Circle. In this area, travellers visit a fascinating geothermal site known as Geysir and its most famous attraction, Strokkur geyser. Most visitors are thrilled to learn th...
by Best Travel Deals on Mar 30, 2013

Kenstar Geysers – Jacuzzi Series For Rs.2000/- (lowest price)

Homeshop18 is offering Kenstar Geysers (1 liter) at Rs.2899 but you can get it on Rs.2000 only with shipping. You have...
by freebies destination on Jan 22, 2013

Upto Rs.4000 off on Home appliances sale at homeshop18.com

yesterday morning we had given homeshop18 offer for discount on camera and camcorders and now we came up with another Read More...
by freebies destination on Nov 21, 2012

Nature’s games on Lanzarote Island

Timanfaya Volcano was merciless. Back in 1730 it started to throw lava and didn’t stop for six years. It  buried entire villages and covered most of the fertile terrain on the island. The eruptions left a barren land, a lunar … Continue...
by BarePockets on Oct 5, 2012

Yellowstone

Our Wyoming trip was short. Too short to get a real feel for both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.  We knew that going in, and planned, at best, a one day-trip into Yellowstone with our main focus on Grand Teton.  But you just cannot tr...

Yellowstone

Our Wyoming trip was short. Too short to get a real feel for both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.  We knew that going in, and planned, at best, a one day-trip into Yellowstone with our main focus on Grand Teton.  But you just cannot tr...

What Is Renewable Power?

What is renewable Vitality precisely? The globe was shocked at what occurred to the nuclear Vitality plant in Fukushima Daiichi immediately after the wonderful eastern quake that was followed by a tsunami had hardly hit Japan. Absolutely everyone was...
by Binoculars on Jun 6, 2012

10 Weird Places Around the World

10 Weird Places Around the World | The Earth is a miracle. Places that were hidden have been finding their way into the eyes of the world. Traveling isn’t always a possibility for everyone, thus the internet gives a picture view into the place...
by Akademi Fantasia Travel on May 4, 2012

TRAVEL PHOTO FRIDAY

During our trip to Jackson Hole, WY last year, we had the pleasure of touring Yellowstone National Park. This picture is of the deep blue bubblin’ hole called “Firehole Spring”. Located off the very narrow side street, Firehole Lake...
by A View To A Thrill on Apr 6, 2012


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