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Hang Son Doong (“River Mountain Cave”) was the largest unexplored subterranean cave in the world, until now. The mysteries of this wondrous cave in Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bàng National Park have been revealed by photographer Ryan Deboodt with the help of a drone and a GoPro camera. Deboodt was one of the lucky few who got to camp inside

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If you’re planning your next big vacation, this world map by Vouchercloud should come in handy. It lists the top tourist attraction of every country in the world, according to TripAdvisor. The attractions are broken down into four categories: tourist, religious, natural, and historic. This map is a fun way to quickly see the potential tou

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Books have always been the perfect travel companions and now there are hotels that can take your love for literature a step further by offering well-stocked libraries, book-themed rooms, and other amenities that are sure to please wandering bookworms. If you’re looking to escape reality both figuratively and literally, plan your next vaca

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Iceland isn’t as cold as you might imagine it to be with the average winter temperature at 2°C (35° F). In fact, Iceland is quite different in many ways than you might assume. Here are some oddly fascinating facts about Iceland most people don’t know! 1. Mosquitoes don't exist in Iceland. Science Source via EarthPrintsOnDemand 2. Icelan

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The next time you find yourself in a foreign country, take a stroll down the aisle marked “American Food.” You might be surprised what you find, or maybe not. Clearly, everyone thinks the average American diet consists of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, Pop-tarts and peanut butter. Oh wait… it does. New Zealand Reddit.com Germany Twitter @Cal

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David Welstord gave up everything—his possessions, job, social life, modern amenities—to travel the world on a sail boat in search of happiness and adventure. His journey was so remarkable that filmmaker Kevin A. Fraser decided to make a short documentary about his incredible life called Twenty Eight Feet: Life on a Little Wooden Boat. D

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