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Part TWO of our New York Adventure.

Our Raccoon Lodge buzz made for a lovely walk down West Broadway towards the Ground Zero area. I wasn’t exactly sure where it was located, but it was a Saturday afternoon and I figured we’d eventually see a lot of other tourists heading to that vicinity. 1,322 more words


Huka Falls

Waterfalls, I have determined, are one of my most favorite things in the world. Any type, any kind, any shape, any size, I find them to be of the most utter beauty. 93 more words

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Multnomah Falls in Oregon

About: Multnomah Falls is located on the beautiful Columbia Gorge Historic Highway in Oregon, USA. The water of the Falls drops 620 feet from its origin on Larch Mountain. 321 more words

Bucket List

This hangover is gonna stay for quite some time!

Yesterday was my first ride with Saddle up Guys – a ride to some mysterious waterfalls nestled up somewhere behind the Zilpi Lake. And boy, it was a ride, which I would not forget until the next best ride. 649 more words


Nordic Adventure, Part 9: The Blue Lagoon

One of Iceland’s premiere tourist attactions is The Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa in a lava field.

It’s not far from the airport, and many people choose to stop there either on their way to or from the airport.  278 more words


Tales of Trucks and Waterfalls

(26th July)

I only had one entry on my bucket list for Thailand. I’m not really sure why – maybe because as much as I’d like to ride elephants and feed tigers, I’m not dying to do either of those things – but after seeing evidence of this particular occurrence happening in Thailand I knew that I had to do it. 873 more words


Agua-Azul, Misol Ha Waterfalls Chiapas & Palenque Ruins Mexico

With the need to get to the Guatemala border, the only way we could see of getting to the north was through Palenque, rather than just take the bus, we decided to do a day trip and not take the return back to San Cristobal. 542 more words

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