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7 Surreal Natural Places on Earth that is hard to believe in

So many other-worldly nature places exist right on our planet, and we never even knew about it. Here are few natural landmarks that look like paintings and scenes from science fiction movies. 7 Highlands, Iceland The isolated highlands of Iceland have some of the most superb natural sights in the Northern Hemisphere. The mind blowing glaciers, craters, lakes and geysers …

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The 19 cheapest holiday destinations on Earth

From Southeast Asian islands with stunning beaches to charming Eastern European cities, here are the 19 cheapest places you could visit, along with a breakdown of what you can expect to spend your money on while you’re there. 1. Budapest, Hungary — £40.34 (€50.51) Taxi: £4.65 (€5.82) Hotel: £23.23 (€29.09) Meal: £19.57 (€24.40) Pint of beer: £1.11 (€1.39) Cup of coffee: £1.25 (€1.57) Glass of wine: £3.57 (€4.47) 2. Tenerife, Spain — …

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Most expensive city to live in : Singapore

The results of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual report on the world’s expensive cities are in, and Singapore has been crowned with the title for the third year in a row. While you wouldn’t doubt a research organisation called the Economist Intelligence Unit, it is helpful to know that the index is calculated by comparing the price of a weighted …

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Around Mumbai in 7 faiths

Mumbai has a complex personality, and the former fishing village is also a traditional place that takes its spiritual paths seriously. Its high concentration of spectacular religious sites, tiny temples and magical shrines make it easy to make a little progress on the road to enlightenment. Hinduism Mumbai is named for the Hindu goddess Mumbai, and today about 50% of …

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5 tips for India first-timers

India is all these things, and more. How can you possibly prepare yourself? Start with our tips for taking the ultimate travel plunge: going to India for the first time! 1. Pick the perfect route India packs a lot into a massive space, and you’ll never have time to see it all on one trip. Think about what interests you, …

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Secret cave above the clouds

People have been crawling around the cavernous mountains of Asia for centuries, but remarkably, the largest cave in the world remained hidden from discovery deep in the forests of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam until 1991. As the story of the Han Son Doong goes, local farmer Ho Khanh was walking along a stretch of lush forest …

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Mount Fuji with the Milky way

Mark Thorpe, a Japan-based wildlife photographer, has made a time lapse of an event that is only fully visible twice a year: The passage of the Milky Way over Mount Fuji. Thorpe, an Emmy Award-winning wildlife photographer with 20 years of experience, moved to Japan two years ago with his Japanese wife and their son. He combined his recent interests …

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Sky that looks like a rough Sea

Earlier in July, storm chaser Alex Schueth captured a mesmerizing time-lapse of undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska during a storm. The rare cloud formation, whose name means roughened or agitated waves looks like a sea of dark and stormy waters churning ominously in the sky. According to Weather.com, undulatus asperatus clouds are formed when enough atmospheric instability, or …

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