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  1. Entry 9 - Hello Wrangel IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Russia Beyond the Headlines

    Yesterday we spent the whole day at sea, "attempting" to get to Wrangel Island. The day was meant for relaxing, catching up on sleep, sorting through photos, attending lectures - that sort of thing.


  2. 4 Business Lessons I Learned on Summer Vacation, Trekking the Andes to Machu PicchuRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Fox News

    As any executive in a fast-growing company will tell you, vacation is absolutely necessary. I am no different.


  3. German pizza company Dr. Oetker opens a pop-up restaurant on remote Dirk Hartog IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Daily Mail

    Getting a table won't be a problem! German pizza company opens world's most remote restaurant on an Australian island with a population of TWO A German pizza company has opened up a pop-up restaurant on a remote Australian island with a population of just two people. Dirk Hartog Island, a beautiful stretch of land off the rugged Gascoyne coast of Western Australia, acted as the secluded destination for 40 guests to enjoy an intimate dinner on Sunday night.


  4. Sanssouci SymmetryRead the original story

    Monday Jul 25 | TrekEarth

    A partial view of the South or Garden facade of Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam. Sanssouci is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in Potsdam, near Berlin.


  5. English Heritage granted permission to expand coach park at StonehengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Salisbury Journal

    WILTSHIRE Council has given English Heritage the go ahead for major improvements at Stonehenge which will bring massive benefits for tour operators and their groups arriving by coach and ensure that all visitors enjoy a seamless experience and the highest standards of customer service at this showcase tourist attraction. The planning permission refines and builds on the successes of the temporary expansion of the coach park, which has been in place for a year.


  6. Palace InteriorRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 24 | TrekEarth

    A view of one of the sumptuously decorated rooms in Sanssouci Palace, Potsdam. Sanssouci is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in Potsdam, near Berlin.


  7. The Leshan Grand Buddha smiles benignly on the history, river culture ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | South China Morning Post

    The Leshan Grand Buddha has surveyed the River Dadu in southern Sichuan for over 1,000 years. Now a popular World Heritage Site, the Buddha and its surrounding areas are nevertheless surprisingly unchanged The first time I saw the Leshan Grand Buddha, in southern Sichuan Province, I was standing on a strip of wet stones in the middle of the River Dadu.


  8. A - secret' underground passage in Mumbai between CST, RBIRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | The Indian Express

    The basement under Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, which was once used to store cash. What remains a curiosity even among CR officials is the engineering that went behind its design.


  9. Japan Urges not to Play Pokemon Go in Tourist AreasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | I4U Future Technology News

    The most emphatic protest came from the Izumo-taisha shrine, considered the second most sacred in Japan, which banned the use of Pokemon Go within its premises on Friday after the game had launched, according to its website. Officials argued that the ban is to preserve the "solemn" atmosphere of the sanctuary and ensure the safety of its six million annual visitors, EFE news reported.


  10. Pitch perfect! The sun is out, the country is looking its best...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Daily Mail

    A day in the life of the Himba: Stunning images capture unwavering traditions of an isolated Namibian tribe that wants nothing to do with modern society Off-menu desserts, hidden tunnels and 200 feral cats who roam the streets at night: The amazing secrets that help to make Disney theme parks so magical Don't linger too long in the loo, stow your bag sideways and NEVER hog the armrests: The ultimate guide to surviving a flight in 'cattle class' Flight delayed for over three hours after passenger tore off part of the CEILING thinking it was overhead luggage bin The travel photos you wish you had taken: Mongolian eagle hunter, Ethiopian salt miner and horses in the Chinese highlands captured in award-winning holiday snaps Some like it VERY hot! Brave contestants eat chillies so fiery that they sit in barrels of ice during bizarre Chinese competition Employee of the month? Mexican ice cream ... (more)


  11. Petra: An Ancient Poet Overlooks a Wondrous CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Switched

    The poet could have hopped on a camel at his home in Sidon, plodded off south down the Phoenician coast, headed inland past Jerusalem and reached the Nabataean capital at Petra - depending on the traffic - in a couple of days. There, he could have batted off a few odes to the glories of this world-class trading crossroads, which thousands of years later would be immortalized in the movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.


  12. Pics: Force awakens on an Irish pilgrimageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 |

    Dublin - There are more than 600 steps to the top of Skellig Michael. Climbing the precarious way up, all I could think of: I was here where Luke Skywalker had walked, where the Star Wars crew had lugged up camera and equipment, to film a scene that added to the magic of the franchise.


  13. Who Are The UK's Top Holiday Spenders in Devon and Cornwall?Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | PRWeb

    New survey reveals who spends the most on holidays - and who plans to save the most this year by staying in the UK "Clearly some areas love to invest in good holidays more than others. But it's interesting to see that people feel that staying in Britain offers really good value" Matt Fletcher, & East Anglians and South West residents splash the most cash on holidays, spending an average of 1,200 and 1,055 respectively.


  14. The monastery of GeghardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | TrekEarth

    The monastery of Geghard is a unique architectural construction in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.rnWhile the main chapel was built in 1215, the monastery complex was founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator at the site of a sacred spring inside a cave.


  15. Nagore Gurgha Sheriff - One Of Two Muslim Saint's Shrines In South East AsiaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Malaysian National News Agency

    By Aishah Mohmad Afandi GEORGE TOWN, July 12 -- Since George Town was listed as a World Heritage Site in 2008, the area along the junction of Chulia Street and King Street, has been flooded with tourists visiting the colonial buildings in the vicinity of the city. But little did people know, besides the Kapitan Keling mosque, there is a shrine which functions as a mosque for the Indian Muslim community that is built under the direct influence of a Muslim saint from Nagore, India, Syed Shahul Hamid.


  16. Work in progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | TrekEarth

    As often it happens, when you visit a city , it's usual to find some important monument bundled by renovations.This happen very often for me, maybe I'm unlucky, but in Naples I found the gallery that you see in the picture and the the Royal Palace, under renovation. At least I have the advantage to post a different picture from the usual, I console myself in this way.


  17. Hope on horizon for Nagaland sitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Telegraph

    Jorhat, July 7: Unesco has identified three landscapes in Nagaland - Dzukou Valley, the Amur falcon roosting site at Doyang Valley and Saramati range - which have the potential to be declared World Heritage Sites or biosphere reserves. A Unesco team visited Nagaland a few days ago to study the feasibility of including these landscapes in the international organisation list.


  18. Volunteer for "Stewardship at the Summit" ProgramsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Holtville Tribune

    Help ensure the future of the Hawaiian rainforest at the summit of KA lauea volcano for the next 100 years and volunteer for "Stewardship at the Summit" programs in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, now through September 2016. Stewardship at the Summit begins at 9 a.m. and ends at noon.


  19. Tourist Falls To Death From Machu Picchu While Trying To Take PhotoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 2 | Switched

    A German tourist fell to his death while reportedly trying to pose for a photo on top of Machu Picchu this week. The tourist, identified as 51-year-old Oliver Park , was in an off-limits area of the World Heritage Site in Peru Wednesday when he lost his balance, Fox News reported.


  20. Travel: Zip down the M5 for adventures and fun 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | This Is Bristol

    Climbing over treetop obstacles and launching yourself into the air attached to a zip wire is the perfect antidote to the daily routine of work, school and other commitments. My visit to Tree Surfers at Tamar Trails Centre with my seven-year-old daughter certainly got the adrenaline pumping, put big smiles on our faces and left us with that exhilarated sense of achievement you get from challenging your mind and body.