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Cape Town's Tunnel Tours

Cape Town Underground Tour

Shellee-Kim Gold

If wading your way through a tunnel in ankle-high, clear rushing waters wearing gumboots, hard hats and headlamps sounds novel, you ain’t heard nothing yet. 516 more words

Cape Town Travel

Ceres' bright spots back in view

The mysterious bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres are back in view.

from BBC News – Science & Environment http://ift.tt/1yNuc69


Kampala City Square, The Lost Park.

I want to sit in a park with flowers, trees and children running around, but the way Kampala is set up…cars, fences, shopping malls, policemen!! 121 more words

Uganda And Its Things

Plane & Swag

Doing whats required to get the picture


Earth Day 2015 Picnic on the Plaza

On Thursday, April 23rd, the City of Ormond Beach will be holding its 23rd annual Picnic on the Plaza at City Hall from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 442 more words


Beijing's Air: Now Slightly Less Deadly - —By James West | Mon Apr. 20, 2015 10:00 PM EDT

A new study suggests China’s tough new pollution standards might actually be working.

Finally, there might be some good news for people inhaling Beijing’s famously filthy air: It’s getting a bit cleaner, according to a new analysis released by Greenpeace today. 232 more words


We Want it Yesterday

I saw snow for the first time in my life last year and I was absolutely ecstatic. This was during my exchange semester in Canada and though I expected it to snow at some point, I wasn’t prepared for just how amazed I would be. 335 more words