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Lobo Cave: Samar’s Captivating Underground Realm of Many Faces

There’s an alien world right under our feet. It’s a world where nothing is what it seems, where wonders defy imagination, and where the most trivial decisions can determine whether we live or perish. The world of mysterious caves is a par...
by Adrenaline Romance on Jul 26, 2016

Island Hopping in Islas de Gigantes: Visiting the Sandy Shores of a Summer Paradise

Summer in the Philippines is one of the most anticipated seasons of the year for locals and tourists alike. Who wouldn’t be excited about these bright and sunny months? Sapphire seas, azure and clear skies, swaying palms, and sandy beaches awai...
by Adrenaline Romance on Jul 13, 2016

The Best of Colorado Springs

As much as I like going to new destinations for travel, there are few places that I keep going back to. Come winter time and I dream of Colorado. Last December, we hit the road from Houston, TX towards Estes Park, CO via Colorado Springs. The drive i...
by thevagabondwayfarer on Jan 29, 2016

Yehliu and its Rock Images

There were mushrooms, candles, animals, profiles of a princess and a queen, a shoe, and so much more. These are the rock formations found in Yehliu Geopark, Taiwan.     After our trip in Xiaoyoukeng and Qingtiangang of the Yangmingshan Nati...
by First-time Travels on Dec 1, 2015

Day 10 of our 21 day adventure

It’s 6:00 a.m. and stifling in our room! After checking the thermostat, I realize why it feels so hot in here; it’s 80°! I quickly call maintenance and a man shows up within a few minutes to check everything out. … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Oct 21, 2015

Jusangjeolli Cliffs in Jejudo Island, South Korea

Located only an hour away from Seoul by airplane, Jeju Island (or Jeju-Do as locals call it) is the Hawaii of the orient for many good reasons. It is simply stunning; there are white sand beaches, turquoise waters, hiking trails, mountains, volcanoe...
by Traveller Soul on Jun 2, 2015

Sumaging Cave: Into the Beating Heart of Sagada

We feel deeply honored and grateful every time we enter a spectacular cave. When we do, we feel as if we are given a chance to go back thousands of years to a place’s past. We feel lucky and privileged to see and experience secret ecosystems and hi...
by Adrenaline Romance on Jan 17, 2015

The Ravens of Stone

In the mists of time, when the Great Flood covered the earth, Noah sent a raven to search for land. It never returned. Elders tell a story of how the raven reached a fruitful realm, south of the Carpathians and north of the Danube, later to be called...
by BarePockets on Nov 4, 2014

The Ravens of Stone

In the mists of time, when the Great Flood covered the earth, Noah sent a raven to search for land. It never returned. Elders tell a story of how the raven reached a fruitful realm, south of the Carpathians and … Continue reading »...
by BarePockets on Nov 4, 2014

Sohoton Cove National Park: A Silent, Enchanted, and Otherworldly Realm

Some natural wonders seem to be alive—as if they have a mind of their own. They seem to choose who should see their majesty, decide when they should reveal their secrets, or determine how they should “test” the mortals to be worthy of enter...
by Adrenaline Romance on Oct 3, 2014

Crystal Cave and Bolitas Cave: Into the Strange, Deep Bowels of Bucas Grande

Caves are some of the most amazing natural wonders on Earth; they are worlds within the world! Inside each cave is a rich and delicate ecosystem that rivals the underwater world in mystery. Inside each cave are rock formations so beautiful and bizarr...
by Adrenaline Romance on Sep 25, 2014

I Almost Lost My Life in Biri Island, Northern Samar, Philippines

STORY: I've traveled to many places, each with a unique story to tell and an experience too hard to forget. It can be about this wild animal roaming around this particular jungle or this... Backpacking trips around The Philippines, Asia an...
by Pinoy Boy Journals on Sep 19, 2014

The Reluctant Road Tripper: Day 12

New Mexico→Arizona→NevadaMaking our way further to the west, we crossed through New Mexico from Texas. You know why we're here right? To find Walter White a.k.a. Heisenberg. Have you seen him?Image via fanaru.comSorry for the white spot...
by Life in a Fruit Basket on May 26, 2014

Tanah Lot - Bali, Indonesia

 Its was our third day on the island. We were excited to go sight-seeing this day because of the promising temple of Tanah Lot online. Tanah Lot is of the many famous temples in Indonesia. This may not be your ordinary temple because it is built...
by Norse God on May 18, 2014

The Reluctant Road Tripper: Day 1

DAY 1 California→Nevada→Utah→ColoradoI don’t seem to remember whose bright idea it was to do a road trip from California all the way to the East coast and how the heck I bought it because here I am, crammed in a huge SUV with excess luggage,...
by Life in a Fruit Basket on May 5, 2014

Mulao River: The Dwelling of Nature’s Guardian Spirits

The Philippines is indeed a mystical country. Each hidden corner or secret nook in the Philippines has its own share of mystery and magic. Snippets of the place’s secrets leak out in the form of whispered local folklore. The most common folklores i...
by Adrenaline Romance on Apr 4, 2014

Rock Formations of Zhangye Danxia – the Most Colourful Place on Earth

We have recently written about the most amazing corners of China in the previous article. However, the place you are going to see right now is truly worth writing a separate article about. It is the incredible rock formations of Zhangye Danxia. You...
by Cat in water on Jul 12, 2013

Balanced Rock, Colorado.

Balanced Rock is one of the most popular features of Arches National Park, situated in Utah, United States. It is located next to the park’s main road, at about 9 miles from the park entrance.The total height of Balanced Rock is about 39 m, wit...
by Simple.Interesting on Jun 16, 2013

Hoyop Hoyopan Cave, Albay Philippines

Hoyop-Hoyopan means blowing of air. For me all caves are almost alike but it usually varies on what your imagination can form out of its rock formations. What differs this cave from the others I've been to is some shallow water pools inside that look...
by Norse God on Jun 2, 2013

Zhangye Danxia a Colorful Rock Formations in China

Zhangye Danxia lies in the Gansu province of  China. the beautiful formation made by nature, formed by streak of color. these images are not Photoshopped but its real. All are naturally boast rich hues of red, green, and gold in addition to the...
by YuGWoRLD on Apr 9, 2013


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