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Experience Jordan: 6 Nights of Ancient History, Beautiful Scenery and Adventure!

“The day we stop exploring is the day we commit ourselves to live in a stagnant world, devoid of curiosity, empty of dreams.” A quote by Neil deGrasse Tyson, still holds true to this day and the days yet to come. We often limit ourselves to see the beauty of the world in accordance to what we know about it. Surprisingly enough, the many wonders of the world are no secret to those that realize that even places we may not have thought to visit are hosts to some of the most beautiful destinations,...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Earth, Middle East, Treasury, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Jordan, Artemis, Wadi Rum, Petra, Amman, Red Sea, Vic, Dead Sea


Total lunar eclipse coming

The name of the unique celestial phenomenon might sound a bit dramatic, but then again, so is the phenomenon itself. On January 21, at around 12:12 AM EST, a total lunar eclipse called “super blood wolf moon” will be visible in the night sky. The name describes a total lunar eclipse that makes the moon appear larger and red to people on Earth. Total lunar eclipses only happen when the sun, Earth, and moon reach perfect alignment, causing the Earth’s shadow to hide the moon from view. By contr...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Africa, US, Earth, Moon, South America, North, All, Eclipse, Eclipses, Lunar Eclipse


There Are Lots Of Animals In Galapagos But Here’s Photos Of Just Sea Lion Pups

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most bio-diverse places on Earth, in fact, 97% of the land animals there can be found nowhere else on the planet. During the week I spent visiting the archipelago as a guest of Andando Tours, I took over 300 photos and more than 12 hours of video footage of blue-footed boobies, lava lizards, giant tortoises – as much wildlife as possible. There is though, one animal any camera seems unable to avoid, so much so, it became a running joke onboard the Mary Anne:...
Tags: Travel, Earth, Green, Health And Fitness, Galapagos Islands, Galapagos, Pictures And Video, Travel Journal, Power of Sleep and Dreams, Fernando Ortiz


A Disneyland Christmas – Tips and Lessons From My Holiday Experience

Planning a Christmastime trip to Disneyland can be a little daunting for anyone, especially for someone like me who is new to all things Disney. After an incredible, albeit brief, experience in the Happiest Place on Earth earlier in the year, I was excited to experience the park during the December holiday season. After a lot of research, I knew that Disneyland takes Christmas very seriously and in addition to all of the normal attractions, I couldn’t wait to enjoy the special events and foods ...
Tags: Travel, Disney, Los Angeles, Earth, Marriott, Luigi, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney, Destinations, Anaheim, Disney Parks, Hyatt House, Disney California Adventure, Disney California, Disneyland Resort Disney


Travel video of the week: Virgin Galactic tourism spaceship

Virgin Galactic’s tourism rocket ship climbed more than 80 km above Earth, reaching for the first time what many consider the boundary of space. The company considers this a “huge step forward” in making commercial space tourism a reality. If you would like to subscribe to our own YouTube channel, please do so by clicking […] The post Travel video of the week: Virgin Galactic tourism spaceship appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Videos, Earth, Space Travel, Virgin Galactic, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany


How will we travel to another star?

Eventually, humanity will want to travel to a new solar system to propagate the human race, explore, and maybe find signs of alien life.But our closest neighbor, Proxima Centauri, is so far away that current methods could take tens of thousands of years.How will we surmount this incredible distance and the other challenges associated with interstellar travel? None Alpha Centauri, the closest star system to our own, isn't actually close at all. While light takes 8 minutes to travel from the sun t...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Science Fiction, Space, Science, Nasa, Earth, Innovation, Proxima Centauri, Daedalus, British Interplanetary Society, Rocket Science, Distance Right, Proxima Centauri NASA


Best places to find fossils

Combing the Earth for million-year-old fossils is a job many dream about but few actually pursue, but the good news is that it’s surprisingly easy to pull off as a hobby. A number of sites across the United States and the United Kingdom welcome amateur fossil hunters, as well as select spots across the globe. Countries like China, Argentina, and Morocco are rich with ancient remains though strict regulations can make excavations and even surface collection difficult. While above-board tours a...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Earth, Unesco, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Morocco, Denmark, Devon, South Australia, Fossil, Fossils, British Columbia, Alberta, Dorset


Ultramarathons in South Africa

It’s the start of the year and time for new resolutions. If completing trail running in your hometown seems like kids’ stuff, consider an ultramarathon overseas. South Africa hosts several ultramarathons that may just be the highlight of your year. South African races like the Comrades Marathon and Two Oceans Ultra Marathon are well-known globally, but the list of ultra-races is growing, as is the community of runners gearing up to take them on. Here’s everything you need to know about ultra...
Tags: Travel, Earth, Nature, South Africa, Running, Cape Town, Hodgson, Namibia, East London, Durban, World Heritage, Pietermaritzburg, Atlantic Ocean, Eastern Cape, Chapman, Valley


Luxury cruise to Antarctica

Colin O’Brady would’ve had a much better time if he’d ended each day eating popcorn in a hot tub. Not to say the man who recently completed the first unassisted trek of Antarctica didn’t enjoy himself. Just that his trip probably would have been better if he could have spent his downtime soaking in hot water and enjoying a hot buttery snack. Such is the life if you opt to see Antarctica aboard the most luxurious ship to ever hit the White Continent. The Silversea Silver Cloud erases all Shack...
Tags: Travel, Disney, Earth, Santiago, Chile, Antarctica, Argentina, Drake, Costco, Arctic Ocean, Mediterranean, Silversea, Antarctica Cruise, All, Ushuaia, Luxury Cruise


My Favorite Reads of 2018

If you read about my literary journey in 2017, you might not expect that this year could top it, but 2018 was a great year of reads for me. The number of books I read is my second all-time high score with a whopping 95 books. (The highest number of books I read was 101 books and that was well over 25 years ago.) It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it. ― Oscar WildeClick To Tweet This was my 7th year completing the GoodReads Rea...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Books, Japan, Usa, England, New York, London, Minnesota, Greece, Molly, Russia, US, Earth, Best, Features


Best boutique hotels opening in 2019

It’s time to get stoked for travel in 2019, and if you’re the type that prefers a dash of originality and flavor in your lodging choices, the year is shaping up to be banner status. Destinations across the world are stepping up their boutique hotel game, and 2019 is filled with exciting openings, particularly for those willing to venture beyond the typical major urban hubs. Boutique hotels first emerged in the ‘90s to meet the increasing demand for unique design, but they’ve come a long way s...
Tags: Travel, UK, England, London, Bali, Africa, Earth, Britain, South Africa, Tennessee, Dubai, Bristol, Sri Lanka, Kyoto, Ubud, Smoky Mountains


Wildlife conservation wins in 2018

Despite the fact that human populations are rising along with global temperatures, political leaders seem opposed to policies that keep our shared resources intact, and the mass pollution of our planet seems to be ever-increasing, there’s hope. In 2018, wildlife won in more ways than one and every little victory must be celebrated. From dedicated conservationists to passionate volunteers, those who heed the call of the wild ensure future generations of the planet’s biodiversity for every pers...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Japan, Australia, Earth, Colombia, Pennsylvania, United States, Wildlife, Hawaii, New Jersey, New Zealand, Brazil, Kenya, Chanel, Wellington


A Dream Disneyland Trip (Things to do in Disneyland, Anaheim)

We went to Disneyland® Park for 10-days with my Dad’s side of the family. It was so awesome, and I’m excited to share our dream Disneyland trip with you. But we didn’t just have a couple of family members with us, we had a whole crew. 15 people to be exact! Meeting Mickey Mouse with all my family Yep, that’s right. Four cousins, two Aunts, two Uncles, a boyfriend, and Nan and Pop ( Grand Parents) and us. As you could probably tell, we didn’t get everything done. So Savannah and I have an exc...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Maleficent, California, Disney, Haunted Mansion, Earth, Brooklyn, New Orleans, North America, Pixar, Disney California Adventure Park, Disneyland, Pluto, Belle, Donald Duck


Morning of the Earth: Byron Surf Flix at Byron Theatre

Byron Surf Flix gets on board with Positive Change for Marine Life to support our local surfers at the Byron Theatre​ on Tuesday 18th December at 7:30pm. Byron Surf Flix takes off with the screening of surf film classic ‘Morning of the Earth’. The film will be introduced by Rusty Miller who is one of the surfers who appears in the film. The night promises a chilled atmosphere with the Byron Theatre Bar open before the film and during intermission. Tix are only $15! Get them ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, News, Bali, Australia, Earth, Culture, Daniel, Byron Bay, Hawaii Check, Positive Change for Marine Life, Byron Theatre, Byron Surf Flix, Rusty Miller, Daniel Wilson Barrios, Surf Flix


5 Amazing Trips for Butterfly Watching Enthusiasts

5 Amazing Trips for Butterfly Watching Enthusiasts Butterfly Watching – Planning a holiday around nature is something that makes even the ardent traveler excited for what lies ahead! The Earth has so much to offer, it’s not surprising that there are tours and vacations that are centered around even the smallest wildlife. Like the majestic and captivating butterfly. Find a vacation that […] The post 5 Amazing Trips for Butterfly Watching Enthusiasts appeared first on Go Green Travel Green - Going...
Tags: Travel, Earth, AReady


Italy From Above: A Satellite View by @Squareofitaly

What does the impact of mankind look like when you get far enough above the Earth to remove all signs of human habitation except the permanent ones? One sometimes discovers interesting things on Instagram – one account I’ve recently found and enjoyed is @SquareofItaly. Brainchild of Ottavio Rusalen, a 25 year old from northern Italy, the account features savvily selected, beautiful satellite images of Italy. I asked him if he’d be willing to share a few reflections here in an interview. Palmano...
Tags: Travel, Google, Photography, Earth, Italy, Wwf, Holland, Venice, Florence, Treviso, Siena, Tuscany, Trapani, Trieste, Mugello, Alkmaar


South Africa Travel – How It Is Not Cheap Place To Travel But Still Value For Money

The Republic of South Africa is fast becoming the adventure capital of the world. From adventurous sports and beachfront destinations to awe-inspiring geological formation sand world-class wild safaris, South Africa is such an exciting place to visit that may drain your wallets empty but will be totally worth it! Here are some of the top things you can do in South Africa that are worth every penny: 1. Realize Your Safari Fantasy South Africa is synonymous to wildlife safaris, so going there wit...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Africa, Earth, Unesco, South Africa, Nelson Mandela, Cape Town, Un, Mozambique, Johannesburg, Unesco World Heritage Sites, Indian Ocean, Botswana, Durban, Soweto


The three coolest places in the world are Setouchi, Antarctica, and Pittsburgh

National Geographic compiled its list of the twenty coolest places on planet Earth in 2019. The top three: the small Japanese town of Setouchi, the continent of Antarctica, and the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Setouchi has the world's greatest small-town art scene and the coast looks like something from a movie about colonizing another worlds. Antarctica is the last place on Earth, a vast and unspoiled testament to nature's extremes. Pittsburgh has a giant Heinz ketchup bottle made of regul...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Post, News, Indonesia, Earth, Uganda, Corsica, Antarctica, Zimbabwe, Cambodia, Eritrea, Heinz, National Geographic, Guyana, Bhutan


Why you should visit Chile

If you’ve long been curious about South America but haven’t known quite how to tackle the massive continent, the answer is pretty clear-cut. Start with Chile. This skinny country sandwiched between the Andean range and the Pacific Ocean has snowy mountains, beaches, deserts, and forests to wow any onlooker. You can pursue just about any outdoor activity — whether surfing, skiing, hiking, or stargazing — and its urban delights are nothing to sneeze at, either. Here are the many reasons your So...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Americas, US, Earth, Santiago, Chile, Arctic, Antarctica, Dubai, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, Peru, South America, Pacific Ocean


2018 Geminid meteor shower

Although the Geminid meteor shower occurs every December, this year’s December 13th shower promises to be particularly bright. Since a new moon is slated to occur within a few days of the shower’s peak, the sky will be darker, making the meteors more easily visible. The shower is known for having some of the brightest shooting stars, and this year there are also a high volume of meteors expected, with a projected 100 per hour. Although the 200-year-old shower got its name because the meteors...
Tags: Travel, Nasa, Earth, Geminids, Geminid, Geminid Meteor Shower, All, Bill Cooke, Meteor Showers, Geminid Meteor Shower 2018, Geminids 2018


How to stay at the most remote hotel

In case no Black Friday vacation deals piqued your interest, Hotels.com is offering a promotion like no other. A completely free stay at Greenland’s Ittoqqortoormiit Guesthouse, anytime during the month of March. There’s only one catch. It’s in Ittoqqortoormiit, which means it’s not exactly easy or cheap to access. Ittoqqortoormiit is Greenland’s most remote town, between Northeast Greenland National Park and the longest fjord system in the world. Its population is an intimate 450 people, and...
Tags: Travel, Hotels, Earth, Greenland, Iceland, Reykjavik, Accommodations, All, Akureyri, Unique Hotels, Ittoqqortoormiit, Northeast Greenland National Park


Safety Travel Tips – 4 Tips for Making Your Vacations Safer

Human beings are the most prolific migratory species on Earth, which is probably the reason why we have an innate desire to explore new cultures and traditions of different peoples from around the world.  So it’s not surprising that when we get time off from work, many of us take that time to travel, often to distant lands, to experience something completely different.  These expeditions frequently become our most cherished memories.   But they can also be dreaded nightmares if something goe...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Earth, Louis


Day by Day Plan for Your Hike to Everest Base Camp

Day by Day Plan for Your Hike to Everest Base Camp Plan to Hike to Everest Base Camp – Adventure means taking risks, getting out of your comfort zone, and exploring the world around you. Year after year, climbers and nature enthusiasts flock to Mount Everest, the planet Earth’s tallest mountain. The bravest, most skilled climbers make their way the mountain to appreciate the splendors of this […] The post Day by Day Plan for Your Hike to Everest Base Camp appeared first on Go Green Travel Green ...
Tags: Travel, Earth, Mount Everest, Destinations, Everest Base Camp, Everest Base Camp Plan


Top 7 Underwater Sites That Have Surprisingly Re-Emerged

Nature works in mysterious ways, most of which even transcend human comprehension. It wipes away and builds again. It drowns and resurrects. There is an order in its chaos and a chaos in its order which simply astounds adventure enthusiasts like myself. Frankly speaking, I travel all over the world on a regular basis but still, I haven’t been able to cover some of the most unique historical sites. Do you know why? Because they’ve been swallowed up by nature itself. Fortunately, a few of these ar...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, Earth, Argentina, Lifehacks, El Nino, Buenos Aires, Rajasthan, Styria, Potosi, Turtle Island, Georges Reservoir, Muodaoxi River, Man Sagar Lake Jaipur, Xuanping China Back


Disneyland Vacation Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals!

Disneyland Vacation Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sale! If you’re looking to travel to Disneyland in 2019, now is the time to book! Get Away Today just released their Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals and they are better than ever before. Now through Tuesday, November 27 th , you can get Adults at Kids’ Prices on all 2018 and 2019 3-Day Park Hopper or longer tickets. With all of the new changes coming to Disney California Adventure and the classic fun you can experience at Disneyland, yo...
Tags: Travel, Cyber Monday, Black Friday, California, Christmas, Disney, Earth, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Frugality, Amy, Mickey, Disney California Adventure, Disneyland Deals, SiaThanks, Thrifty Northwest Mom


What I Learned From Visiting Australia

In this article, I’m going to make you fall in love with Australia, and the wonderful, quirky and exciting little details that make it great. We’ll be talking about the major differences in urban culture, artistic expression and most importantly, cuisine selection. In addition, I’m going to give you some insider tips about the most interesting places you should visit, and the experiences you shouldn’t miss while you’re there.     Copyright: Unsplash I License: CC0 Public Domain     When it ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Asia, Australia, Earth, Sydney, Victoria, Melbourne, Jack, Burger King, Mediterranean, Phillip Island, McDonald, Sydney Opera House, Bourke, Eastern Asia


The Danakil Depression The most inhospitable place on Earth. I quite liked it.

Erta Ale was to be the highlight. Id previously been to one of the other seven permanent lava lakes Volcan Masaya in Nicaragua but didnt see any lava due to excessive smoke steam and gases. The documentaries Id seen of Erta Ale made
Tags: Travel, Earth, Nicaragua, Erta Ale, Volcan Masaya


Most beautiful ceilings in the world

Every traveler knows to keep their eyes wide open when visiting a new place, but some spots require that you be extra curious and crane your neck to look up. From mosques to churches to temples — religious buildings are often constructed to inspire visitors to cast their eyes heavenward — and even castles and more, these are the most jaw-dropping ceilings you can ever hope to have above your head. 1. Nasir al-Mulk Mosque — Shiraz, Iran Photo: Fotokon/Shutterstock One of the most stunning...
Tags: Travel, Russia, Iran, Earth, Architecture, Beijing, Dubai, Vatican City, Florence, Istanbul, St Petersburg, All, Istanbul Turkey, Beijing China, Adam, Michelangelo


Where to go to reconnect with nature

Fresh air, wide-open landscapes, and the sound of, well, nothing. We’ve all been told how getting outdoors is good for us, but it’s not just our physical health that it benefits. Just five minutes of outdoor activity — even just walking — can help boost mood and self-esteem, and contact with nature has been linked to reductions in stress, depression, and anxiety. Yet these days, it seems we’re more reluctant than ever to switch off. Eighty-four percent of US citizens live in urban areas, the ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Australia, Scotland, Adventure, US, Earth, Chile, Alaska, Antarctica, Belgium, Argentina, Patagonia, Tokyo, Charles Darwin, South America


Thousand Oaks shooter previously stationed at Kaneohe, Hawaii top state for Viagra, honeymooners file lawsuit over hotel strike, shark fins smuggled in luggage, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Natatorium in Waikiki ©2018 All Hawaii News Supporters of the Natatorium applauded the city’s latest plan for restoring the deteriorating Waikiki memorial: a $25.6 million rebuild that would keep the historic structure and pool mostly intact. Star-Advertiser.Where Does Tulsi Gabbard Fit In The New House Democratic Majority? The Hawaii congresswoman, who’s considering a run for president, has been outspoken about party establishment and wasn’t a major factor in Democratic fundraising effor...
Tags: Travel, Russia, Earth, Hawaii, House Of Representatives, Ohio, North Carolina, Donald Trump, Trulia, Big Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Oahu, Marriott International



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