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Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular - The Giant's Causeway

Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

The causeway  was formed about sixty-two million years ago over a long period of igneous activity when this whole area would have been situated in an equatorial  region,  experiencing  hot and humid conditions.  148 more words

History

Just One wish.....

If I could have just one wish it would be to explore the world and to have more knowledge about other countries and their cultures. It could let me experience all types of lifestyles, so I could help and not judge other people’s cultures and religions. 274 more words

One of Seven & the Big Six-Oh

Strong wifi is a bit of a rarity here in Zimbabwe. So while I’ve got it I thought I’d provide a brief update on my travels in lieu of the normal, full-fledged posts of witty, brilliant travel insight that I usually write. 202 more words

Destinations

Northern Ireland, The Antrim Coast

O, it is excellent to have a giant’s strength, but it is tyrannous to use it like a giant”  –  William Shakespeare, ‘Measure for Measure’ 994 more words

History

THE TRUTH ABOUT TRAVEL

You can travel to interesting places or to ecstatic ones. Choose wisely!!!!!!

Before you travel decide when you will travel, how much it will cost, with whom you will travel, what you want to see or where that will be, and how you will travel? 475 more words

Common Sense

Viva en el Amor: River of Ice in the Land of Fire

Go now, see this natural wonder of the world while it still exists.

We woke early, the sun already carving a passage of light through the white clouds despite only having set late the night before. 572 more words

Journalism