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Salobreña | Cuevas de Nerja

Lo, the grand finale!

I know, I never thought this day would come either. We’ve finally made it to the last Salobreña entry, this time focussing on the… 119 more words


Wonder at the Wonder Cave

The ancient Wonder Cave is North of Johannesburg in the Cradle of Humankind and was discovered by Italian miners in 1898.

This is South Africa’s third largest cavern and there are plenty of beautiful rock formations to see. 624 more words


ব্লু জনের দেশে

সেই কোন ছোটবেলা থেকে শুনে আসছি ‘হাতিবাগানে হাতি নেই’,  ইংল‍্যন্ডে এসেও যে এরকম অভিঞ্জতা কনোদিন হবে আমি ভাবিনি। এমনিতেই এদেশে নাম করণের দৈন‍্যতা দেখে বোঝা উচিৎ ছিল আগেই। জন, ডেভিড, ক্রিশ এই নামেই এরা সিমাব্দ্ধ এ যুগেও। তবু ৯২টা লেক আছে বলে একটা জায়গার নাম যখন ‘লেক ডিস্ট্রক্ট’ হল তেমনি অবুঝ মন তে চাইবেই ‘পিক ডিস্ট্রিক্টে’ অন্তত একটা পিক থাকবে! 

My Travel Story

Inner Space Caverns, TX

After all the road trips I’ve been on, I can usually spot a tourist trap when I see one: a cheesy and vague name, cheesy billboards, and then you pull up to a place where you aren’t sure what you’ll really see. 397 more words

Mirror mirror on the wall...

While in meditation this morning, I went on a journey.  I started out in a place I’d never been before.  A bamboo forest with a stream in front of it’s entrance.   811 more words

Spirit Messages

Weekly Photo Challenge: Time ( Stalactite and Stalagmite )

We only perceive time through changes.

However, both stalactite and stalagmite in caverns only grow very slowly.

Limestone stalactites in particular form extremely slowly – usually less than 10 cm every thousand years – and radiometric dating has shown that some are over 190,000 years old. 44 more words


A Haiku on "Time"

It’s Haiku Fridays, People!

Formed a million years
Stalactites and stalagmites
Oh, passage of time!

(In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge on Time)