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Shark Bay, on the western tip of Australia, showcases natural beauty, diverse sea life and wide-ranging geography. It has the largest seagrass bed in the world, dozens of endemic animal species, five endangered mammal species and more than a third of Australia’s bird species.
A distinguishing Shark Bay feature: the stromatolites, rock-like structures formed by blue-green algae colonies. Stromatolites are among the Earth’s oldest life forms, originating on the planet 3.5 billion years ago…
Where to Eat in New York’s Little Italy and Chinatown
New York is home to some of the best food in the world. With such a large international population, and with so much history behind it, New York’s food scene is not only huge, but incredibly diverse. Here is where you should eat...
If You Have Nerves Of Titanium, These 13 Unbelievable Places Are For You. Wow.
This world we live in is a mighty big place. There are lots of wonders that are worth seeing sometime in your life, or accomplishments someone could work towards. For instance, driving through the lower 48 states in the US is an awesome travel idea to put on your bucket list. However, there are some ideas that are a little less awesome and only the brave should attempt. The places you see below are some of the most frightening and dangerous trails in the world…
How Will Travels the World on $20 or Less Per Day!
MATT KEPNES (aka Nomadic Matt) has spent the last six and a half years traveling around the world and "pulling back the curtain on the travel machine." The result is this book, full of tips for traveling cheaper, longer and smarter.
Remote camping spots: Jardine River, Cape York. At the northern tip of Queensland lies the Cape York Peninsula, accessible by air, or road during the drier months of the year. It’s a hot and humid part of the world even in the cooler winter months but has some of the most dramatic and colourful scenery the state has to offer.