Austrian Woman Used A Mix Of Concrete And Dish-Washing Detergent To Build This Amazing Dome House In Costa Rica

According to Katrin: “Hi, I am Katrin from Vienna, Austria. After visiting Montezuma many times, and falling in love with this little paradise, I finally moved here in 2017.” Continue reading »

Japan’s Abandoned Mines Hint At The Ruins We’ll Leave Behind


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The mines in Osarizawa and Matsuo closed decades ago, leaving behind the ruins of industry and miners’ homes. The shattered landscape offers a foretaste of a not-too-distant apocalypse. Continue reading »

The World’s Most Unusual Beach Is A Glacier In Russia’s Kingdom Of Permafrost

Tired of summer beach recreation? We have something special to impress you! As an alternative to an ordinary hot sand beach try to laze on the ice beach of Yakutia. It is a permafrost region, but in fact summer in Yakutia is as hot as it is in Yalta. But it has snow. Continue reading »

This Resort Is Offering You The Chance To Sleep Under The Stars And Over The Ocean For $400 A Night On A Net


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Imagine slowly drifting off to sleep while all you hear is the crashing ocean waves and wind. The most fun part of all is that the water is directly underneath you as you’re laying on a specifically designed net suspended directly above it. It may all sound like a distant dream, but it is possible for merely $400 a night. Continue reading »

Woman Parodies Perfect Instagram Travel Photos With Hilariously Unphotogenic Selfies

Michelle Liu is a passionate traveler documents her journeys in a less common way. With the help of her iPhone and selfie stick, Liu captures these “chinfies” as she likes to call them. Continue reading »

A Turquoise Lake In Siberia Where People Have Been Taking Selfies Is Actually A Toxic Power Plant’s Ash Dump


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The lake, nicknamed the “Novosibirsk Maldives” because of how tropical it looks, has provided the perfect backdrop to people’s Instagram posts. But the reason for its colour is less appealing – calcium salts and other metal oxides from the plant. Continue reading »

“Big In Japan”: 30 Times People Traveled To Japan And Realized They’re Too Tall For It

“My 6’7″ Stepfather Is Visiting Japan This Week”

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Perhaps it’s the geography of the country; the wide-open spaces of the Prarie, the vast cornfields in the midwest and the deserts of Nevada, Arizona, and Utah – Americans are comfortable with big. Big cars, big meals, big houses. Continue reading »

“One Photo, Four Seasons”: This Is How 8 Different Locations Around The World Look Across The Four Seasons

Have you ever felt like you have all the energy in the world during the summer and could go without sleep and as soon as winter comes, you’d rather warp yourself in a warm blanket and conserve energy until it starts blooming? The annual cycle not only leaves fingerprints on scenery around us, it majorly affects our lifestyle, habits and moods. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Color Photos Of Trailer Parks In The United States From Between The 1950s And 1960s

The first examples of mobile homes can be traced back to the roaming bands of gypsies who traveled with their horse-drawn mobile homes as far back as the 1500s. Continue reading »

Guy Finds Abandoned Graveyard Of Supercars In UAE


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They’d be most people’s pride and joy – but these supercars are sitting gathering dust in what must be the world’s most expensive car graveyard. Continue reading »

Inside The Abandoned Summer Camp In Chernobyl


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Three days after the huge nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukraine on April 26, 1986, the Soviets mandated that everyone living within 30-kilometers of the plant evacuate. People were told they’d only be gone for a few days, and packed as such. But 30 years later, the area — called the Exclusion Zone — remains uninhabited and has become a haunting time capsule of Soviet life in 1986. Here are photos of abandoned summer camp for children. Continue reading »

Handy Public Punching Bags Located Around Manhattan That Let New Yorkers Vent Their Frustrations


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donttakethisthewrongway, a design studio based out of Savannah, Georgia, installed a series of “Public Punching Bags” around Manhattan during their visit to New York City Design Week 2019. The idea was to give people a way to momentarily express their frustrations in a public place before going on with their day, hopefully feeling a bit better than before. Continue reading »

Take A Look Inside “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” Theme Park At Disneyland

Disneyland has offered a first glimpse of its newest attraction, the “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” theme park. Visitors can build their own droids and lightsabers, interact with aliens and step into the cockpit of an exact copy of the Millennium Falcon. The interactive experience allows a team of six people to operate the spacecraft.


Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Billy Dee Williams, George Lucas and Bob Iger, Walt Disney’s chief executive, at the new park. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters) Continue reading »

Probably, You Should Stay Inside This Big Idaho Potato

An incredible potato-shaped hotel is now available for rent in Boise, Idaho. Idaho state also has its own commission on the starchy: The “Idaho Potato Commission”, and boasted potatoes on its license plates. The famous six-ton ​​potato first spent seven years on the road behind a truck-trailer, scouring 48 US states to promote Idaho starch. Kristie Wolfe, tiny house specialist, then decided to add a silo to incorporate a bathtub and a fireplace, making the unusual place habitable! Continue reading »

Prague’s Narrowest Street is So Narrow it Has Traffic Lights For Pedestrians

In the heart of Prague’s oldest neighborhood, the historic Mala Strana or “Little Quarter”, there is a street so narrow that it’s impossible for two people to get past each other no matter how hard they try. Continue reading »