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La Mano del Desierto

Situated in the desolate beauty of Chile’s Atacama Desert, a colossal hand emerges from the sandy surface. This iconic, larger-than-life sculpture known as “La Mano del Desierto” or “The Hand of the Desert” has been an intriguing spectacle for many who traverse Chile’s Route 5. climateThe Hand of the Desert is an imposing, 11-meter (36…

Four Ohio Islands You Didn’t Know Existed

Ohio is probably the last place you’d expect to find a beautiful island, but there are actually four. They are located in Lake Erie, and you don’t need a passport to visit them. Consider a vacation or day trip to Kelley’s, South Bass, Middle Bass, or North Bass Island. Each has its own attributes. If…

Climate Zones of Earth

Climate zones are divided based on geological features, which include latitude, altitude, and proximity to a body of water. These zones influence human life and the availability of natural resources, and each climate zone offers unique advantages and challenges.

5 Thrilling Thailand Festivals

Throughout the year, Thailand celebrates a number of festivals They are some of the most vibrant, colorful events that attract travelers to participate. From the Thai New Year festival of Songkran to the spectacular parade of the Ubon Ratchathani Candle Festival. Located on the peninsula of southeast Asia, Thailand is 19 times smaller than the US…

Food & History in Washington, DC

Most people go to Washington, DC, only once in their lives on a family vacation or even a school trip. If you aren’t returning to the nation’s capital, you are missing a lot. The Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument are a few things that aren’t going to change, but there are always new attractions popping…

Biking Formentera

Why Less is More on the Balearic Islands At just eighteen kilometers total from tip to tip, Formentera looks like a boomerang being tossed off the southeastern coast of Spain. It is nothing more than a croissant crumb on the world map, and though most people have heard of rockin’ Ibiza or artsy Mallorca, Formentera…

An Insider’s Guide to Brighton, England’s Fun-Filled City by the Sea

Situated a mere fifty minutes from London by train, the cosmopolitan seaside city of Brighton is perfect for a day trip or weekend break from the capital. Alternatively, for those who prefer a more laid-back vibe than London offers, Brighton makes an ideal base from which to explore both the capital and the beautiful surrounding…

Ancient Geoglyphs: Enigmatic Relics of the Past

Mankind has always sought to leave a mark on the world, a testament to our existence, beliefs, and art. Among the most puzzling and fascinating imprints of our ancestors are the ancient geoglyphs—colossal figures etched into the earth’s surface. These gigantic artworks depict a variety of figures, from geometric shapes to animals and humans, spread…

Spotlight on Quebec City: History, Culture, and Exploration

Quebec City, the heart of French Canada, is a jewel of history, culture, and culinary delights. The city’s distinct European charm, blended with its rich heritage and vibrant culture, makes it a haven for travelers seeking a unique experience. Quebec City is located in the southeastern part of the Canadian province of Quebec, approximately 233…

Exploring Travel Destinations for US Citizens Without a Passport

Many US citizens want to venture into a larger world than the states, and the opportunity to travel easily and passport-free is an attractive alternative. Although US citizens generally require a passport for international travel, several exceptions allow them to explore various destinations without one. These exceptions include US territories like Puerto Rico, the US…