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Secluded River House in Serbia

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This unusual house was built by local kids in the middle of the Serb Drina River about forty-five years ago. The main purpose of the construction was to create a secluded resting spot. And they succeeded at this.

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The Floral Beauty of Hitsujiyama Park

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Every year, at the beginning of May, Japan blooms in all possible colors. One of the most colorful and attractive places at this time is the Hitsujiyama Park with his phloxes.

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Floating Sauna Houseboat

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A Floating Sauna Houseboat for rent in Finland with Sauna for 10-15 persons, Cabin has space for 5 people to sleep in, Terrace on roof, BBQ, Plenty of hammocks, Diving tower 6meters19 feet, Sound system for sauna, cabin and deck, Warm shower, Fridge…

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The Making of India’s Most Expensive Tea

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Workers carry baskets of hand-picked tea leaves at the Makaibari Tea Estate in Kurseong, West Bengal, India, on Monday, September 8, 2014. The 155-year-old Makaibari Tea Estate recently sold it’s Darjeeling tea, named Silver Tips Imperial, for $1,850 a kilo to buyers from the U.K., the U.S. and Japan, becoming the most expensive Indian tea ever sold. (Photo by Sanjit Das/Bloomberg)

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An Ordinary Day In An Extraordinary Place – Aiguille Du Midi (3842m)

1209 An Ordinary Day In An Extraordinary Place – Aiguille Du Midi (3842m)

Jakub Polomski is a photographer and traveler. In July 2014, he visited Chamonix in France. Anyone, who will ever get a chance to be there, should get to the summit of Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m / 12,605 ft) .

You can easily get there by cable car. It was built in 1955 and for about two decades was claimed to be the highest cable car in the world. Aiguille du Midi is one of the best tourist attractions in French Alps. It is also a start point for mountain climbers who desire to climb Mont Blanc.

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Life with the Yawalapiti Tribe in Brazil

“Deep in the Brazilian heartland, where the upper reaches of the Amazon Basin dissolve into the central plateau, I had the opportunity to spend a few days in the village of joy. The mood was one of celebration. The Yawalapiti, one of the 14 tribes living inside the Xingu National Park, were preparing a new “quarup”, a ritual held over several days to honor in death a person of great importance to them. In its original form, the quarup was a funeral ritual intended to bring the dead back to life. Today, it is a celebration of life, death and rebirth”. – Ueslei Marcelino via Reuters

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A bird perches on a tree in front of the full moon in the Yawalapiti village in Xingu National Park, Mato Grosso State, May 5, 2012. The Yawalapiti, one of the 14 tribes living in the Xingu Park, are preparing to hold in August a new quarup to honor one of their late caciques as well as Darcy Ribeiro, a late Brazilian author, anthropologist and politician. (Photo by Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters)

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Hill of Crosses in Lithuania

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Twelve kilometers from the Lithuanian city of Siauliai is located an unusual hill dotted with crosses of different shapes and different materials.

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12 Expert Tips On How To Travel Nearly For Free

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Fall is approaching quickly and soon cold days will replace the warm summer sun. You can already feel the cool breath of winter on your neck… Want to escape the cold this year and travel to a sunny tropical paradise? Instead of taking the same vacation maybe you want to have an adventure in a completely new place, like exploring a jungle, jumping from a waterfall, or touring a remote fishing village, something off the beaten path? If this sounds great but you’re worried that a big vacation will cost a fortune, good news, you’re wrong! You don’t have to travel to the same place when just a few hours away you can reach remote places and put yourself in a completely new environment.

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Arctic Trucks Experience

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Have you ever dreamt about sitting behind the wheel of a powerful 4×4 in one of the world’s most unique places? Arctic Trucks Experience offers various tours, depending on the time of year you will be visiting Iceland, how many days you want to travel and how challenging you want the trip to be.

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The New London Hot Spots? Cafés That Used to Be Public Toilets

A trip to the toilet is usually not associated with sandwiches, wine, or dates, but that’s changing in London. With real estate at a premium and the repurposing of old spaces in full effect, a trend has emerged: former public restrooms are reopening as cafés, restaurants, and boutiques. That’s right, forget the advice about not eating where people used to, um …

London has all kinds of history, and that extends to its loos. Take, for instance, WC – that’s the actual name of the former Victorian-era underground-station toilet in South London that opened in July. It now stands for wine and charcuterie.

WC, a wine bar that opened in July, is housed inside an abandoned underground toilet, with original walls intact. Much of the old décor remains, with the original floor mosaics and wall tiles, and even some of the old toilets in the restrooms (those are for display only). As Time Out London said in its review, “Down the wide stairs it still looks and feels like a Victorian convenience, albeit a sanitised one.”

WC co-founder Jayke Mangion, told AFP that “the government has been pushing the councils to use all empty places to generate revenues.”

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If you want an even bolder toilet theme, just head to The Attendant in central London, where you can sit on a stool and have a salt- beef bagel while actually facing an original 1890s urinal. The toilet cisterns have been turned into flower pots.

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Netherworld Monsters Take a Staycation at W Atlanta Hotel

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Hagatha the Witch from Netherworld Haunted House with hotel guest Lonnie Austin, from England, at a gym at W Atlanta Downtown hotel on Thursday, October 7, 2014. A self-guided, dark attraction known for its over-the-top special effects, intense make-up, costuming and stunt actors as well as unique monsters, unusual themes and chilling detail, Netherworld Haunted House in Atlanta is taking over the Halloween holiday this season for its 18th season. (Photo by Hyosub Shin/AJC)

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Everyday Life: North Korea

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A woman in traditional Korean costume watches as a student leaves a swimming pool of Kim Il-sung University in Pyongyang, April 11, 2012. (Photo by Bobby Yip/Reuters)

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Beaches In Africa

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The adventure loving people are always looking out for new and exotic places to explore. Most people prefer Europe, Caribbean and Latin America since they are easy to access. However there are pretty great scenic locations in Africa which are ready to be explored. Some of these places are yet to be found out by the tourists.

These pretty places will give you the thrill unlike any other, since the beaches are solemn and quiet. You will be exploring new dimensions with this place. Check out these places listed below and decide for yourselves. Whether you want a picturesque location or famous beaches which have been the fancy of movie stars – this is the place for you!

Needless to say many actors have shot their movie sequences here. The places attract some heavy tourists throughout the year. So which one of them would you like to visit first? Read and decide.

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Couch Surfing USA: Three People, Two Dogs and One Futon

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Three friends, two dogs, one futon: the perfect formula for a summer road trip. Reddit user thezim0090 recently shared this collection of photos from three of his friends, who decided to document a cross-country road trip by capturing lighthearted portraits of themselves seated with their two dogs on their van’s futon in the middle of amazing landscapes.

Starting in Vermont, the group made their way to places like Alaska and California over the course of four months. At each location, the friends set up a camera and tripod, piled onto the worn futon with their dogs, and struck casual poses in front of stunning mountains, lakes, fields, and canyons. Sharp-eyed viewers will notice that in each photo, whether the travel buddies are in Big Sur or near the Gulkana River, one of the three friends is looking away from the camera, adding a fun sense of action and continuity to their road trip mementos.

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Gunther Holtorf’s 23-year Rroad Trip On Your Mercedes-Benz G Wagon

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Gunther Holtorf, a 75-year-old former airline CEO who has driven more than 820,000 kilometers over the past two decades, doesn’t care if you remember his travels. But you better respect Otto, his G Wagon that will be placed in a museum if it makes it through this final leg.

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