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Italy “The Red Passion”

Italy is a unique country for its historical repertoire with all green landscape. It’s a large country and every corner there is something you should see. Perhaps a man’s lifetime won’t be enough to cover traveling all around Italy. There are tons of things to tell about Italy. Food, culture, history and so on. No matter what your interests are you will find it in Italy.

Ferrari “The Red Passion”
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There is no doubt that Ferrari is one of the most important symbol of Italy and probably World’s famous car brand. You can travel to a small town called Maranello and visit Ferrari Factory and Ferrari Museum. It’s also possible to rent a Ferrari and take it a drive around Maranello or even in Fiorano Test Track. Even if you are not much into cars you’ll probably like it anyway. It has its own beautiful charm.

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The Best Underwater Hotel Suites on the Planet

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Since we were kids, we’ve always dreamed of building a home in the middle of ocean. While those days might still be a long way off, you can certainly book a hotel room underwater these days, and if we’ve rounded up the 13 best underwater hotels on the planet.

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Kandolhu Resort, Maldives

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Even in the Maldives, an island so perfectly formed as Kandolhu is rare. The island is lush, with wide sandy beaches surrounding the emerald green and is home to one of the most pristine, colourful and lively house reef in the Maldives.

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The Most Amazing Beaches in the World

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There’s only a few weeks left until the summer season officially kicks off, and that means one thing for many of us – beach season! To help you make the best of your beach season, we’ve scoured the globe to round up the 33 greatest beaches on Earth.

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Norman Carr Safaris

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Norman Carr Safaris is widely recognised as one of the foremost tour operators in Zambia. They operate six camps in South Luangwa including Kapani Lodge, Luwi, Nsolo, Kakuli and Mchenja bush camps and their newest camp, the ‘wildly luxurious’ Chinzombo.

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Old Boeing 727 Airplane Transformed into Hotel

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Residing in the jungles of Costa Rica is the beautiful Costa Verde Hotel. Made of an old Boeing 727 airplane, this suite is unlike anything else in the world.

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The Door to Hell: Burning Gas Crater in the Karakum Desert

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A unique crater continuously burning for more than forty years is located in Karakum desert, Turkmenistan. This place is known to many but not everyone is able to go there. So let’s take a virtual trip there.

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“Dwarf Empire” in Kunming, China

Thirty-five kilometers outside Kunming, in China’s Yunnan province, lies a butterfly ecological garden nestled on an artificial hill created by a Chinese entrepreneur. The main attraction on the hill though is not the butterflies but a group of performers taking part in a production called “Dwarf Empire” or “The Empire of the Little People”. Chinese entrepreneur Chen Mingjing opened the theme park in mid-2009, employing a number of dwarves to create the show, and he says to help the less fortunate by creating jobs for them. Despite criticism from diverse groups calling the whole idea “barbaric” and an “exploitation of less fortunate people”, both Mr. Chen as well as the employees, see it as a positive initiative which allows them to earn a living while not worrying about what others around them think.

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“Dwarf Empire” cast members perform at the Dwarf Empire theme park outside Kunming, China’s Yunnan province, 04 April 2013. The Dwarf Empire theme park opened in mid-2009, employing a number of dwarves to create the show. Depending on what type of job they do at the park, employees earn between 800-2,000 CNY (100-250 Euros) per month, most of which goes towards their savings as lodging is provided, and their living quarters are equipped with kitchens where they prepare their own meals. (Photo by Diego Azubel/EPA)

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Edible Insects in Thailand

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Thai edible insect farmer Udom Sanart, 44, (R) sells crickets, edible insects at a fresh market in Khonkaen province, northeast of Thailand, 08 July 2013. Insects have long been on the menu in Thailand, but academics and the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) officials are hoping they will become a more common global source of protein and nutrients to meet the need for growing world food requirements in the future.

In both Asia and Europe, edible insects have increasingly been used as ingredients in processed foods, removing the squeamish factor of directly eating the bugs, while in many Asian countries vendors sell the fried whole insects in markets to eager less-squeamish customers. Thailand’s pioneering advances in commercial insect farming over the past 15 years has focused on three insect species seeing the annual production of crickets, palm weevils and bamboo caterpillars rise to an average of 7,500 tons of insects a year for domestic and export consumption.

Insect farms are located in about sixteen northeast provinces of Thailand. The UN agency estimates that world food production will need to increase 60 per cent from current levels to meet global food requirements by 2050, and has become a keen advocate of insect consumption. Not only does this type of farming have less impact on the environment than many other meat source farming, the insects are also very high in protein, vitamins and minerals necessary for a good diet. (Photo by Narong Sangnak/EPA)

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Why You Should Travel the World

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There have been huge advances in overseas travel in the last one hundred years. This has allowed many people to travel hundreds, if not thousands of times faster throughout the world. Massive advances in engine technology have improved performance of cars, along with a number of other motorized vehicles, for example train and boats.

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Bambu Indah | Bali Indonesia

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Bambu Indah is a radically distinctive boutique hotel in Ubud, carefully curated by designers and long term residents of Bali, John and Cynthia Hardy. In 2005, eleven antique Javanese bridal homes were brought to Bali, restored, and decorated with the finest details. Now, Bambu Indah is available to travelers from around the world seeking unique experiences while being comforted by the luxury and service of an intimate hotel.

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Giant Crystal Cave in Naica, Mexico

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Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave is a cave connected to the Naica Mine 300 metres (980 ft) below the surface in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. The main chamber contains giant selenite crystals (gypsum, CaSO4·2 H2O), some of the largest natural crystals ever found. The cave’s largest crystal found to date is 12 m (39 ft) in length, 4 m (13 ft) in diameter and 55 tons in weight. The cave is extremely hot with air temperatures reaching up to 58 °C (136 °F) with 90 to 99 percent humidity. The cave is relatively unexplored due to these factors. Without proper protection people can only endure approximately ten minutes of exposure at a time.

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30 Reasons Why You Should Visit Iceland

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Iceland is the land of boiling mud pools, spurting geysers, glaciers and waterfalls. Its breathtaking landscape is an inspiration to artists and photographers. Iceland is the least densely populated country in Europe, with a pure, unpolluted and truly magical landscape. Iceland’s summers are surprisingly warm, lush and green, with days lengthening until midsummer, when the sun dips down to the horizon but never sets. During winter you can marvel at the amazing, undulating green, blue, yellow and pink lights of the aurora in the night sky.. Enough said here are 30 reasons why you really should visit Iceland…

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26 Real Places That Look Like They’ve Been Taken Out Of Fairy Tales

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If you love fairy tales and have a serious case of wanderlust, this bucket list was made for you. Travel suggestions via this Quora thread.

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The Best Treehouse Hotels on the Planet

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When it comes to picking the ultimate vacation destination, there are few places that rival treehouse hotels. We’ve searched far and wide to compile a list of the 20 greatest treehouse hotels on the planet.

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