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Here Are The Top 25 Cities You Should Visit In Your Lifetime. You’ll Never Guess #1!

Here Are The Top 25 Cities You Should Visit In Your Lifetime. You’ll Never Guess #1!

Why I’m Returning to Burning Man | Tremendous Times Looking down on Black Rock City from a plane that I watched skydivers jump out of. NO BIG DEAL. What is Burning Man like? When I’d agreed last year to go and perform on the Playa with the burlesque troupe I’m in, I didn’t really know what I was getting into. I was thrilled to perform there, but other than that I had basically no knowledge about what Burning Man was (and is). I’d only ever just heard of it when I moved to San Francisco about three years ago, and all I really understood was that it was people camping in the desert. As the months until the Burn whittled down, and then suddenly there were only weeks, and then days, I was actually dreading the trip there. Why? Ticket in hand as I waited to get into the gate. Well, as it turns out, no one can tell you what to expect, which explains why I never got a straight answer from anyone. Considering it’s such a foreign experience, it didn’t take me long at all last year to feel right at home. Seriously. Playa selfie! 1. How refreshing! 2.

Memorizing the Geography of Africa Africa Inspired by the positive feedback from my instructions for memorizing the geography of Canada, I put together this guide for memorizing the countries of Africa. In my second year at UC Santa Barbara, I snagged a ride to Sacramento with a couple of people I didn't really know. Alone in the backseat, I pored over a paper map of the continent of Africa, determined to memorize where all the countries were located. I was moderately successful, later using that knowledge to build a set of stencils to recreate the continent in mural form. Here's the top of the country. Across the top of the continent, there are four large-ist countries: Morocco, Algeria, Lybia and Egypt. Tunisia is the country where the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi set off protests and revolution in late 2010. These five countries are on the Mediterranian Sea, so they have a long history of European trade. Down the west coast of Africa, We start with Morocco and Western Sahara and Mauritania. That's all I've got!

10 lieux abandonnés à travers le monde qui vont vous faire frissonner Lorsque nous étions petits, les maisons abandonnées étaient l'objet de tous les fantasmes ! Fantômes, monstres et sorcières y étaient forcément pour quelque chose ... Aujourd'hui, les lieux abandonnés me mettent carrément la chair de poule et je m'intéresse bien moins à ce que je vais pouvoir y trouver. A moins, bien entendu, que les clichés soient magnifiques et c'est le cas de ces photographies. Je vous entraîne donc avec moi à la découverte de lieux abandonnés à travers le monde. 1. Pripyat est une ville d'Ukraine crée en février 1970 à la frontière de la Biélorussie. 2. Cette ville sous l'eau est vieille de 1341 ans ! 3. Ce gros complexe fut fondé à la fin du XIXème siècle. 4. Ouvert en 1928 près des Chutes Tequendema, il hébergeait les touristes qui venaient admirer le spectacle. 5. Cette île Japonaise cumule les surnoms et les plus répandus sont "Gost Isalnd" ou "Battleship Island" (pour sa forme). Pour voir la suite, rendez-vous page 2 !

33 Unbelievable Places To Visit Before You Die. I Can't Believe These Actually Exist On Earth... So many other-worldly places exist right on our planet, and we never even knew about it. Here are 33 landmarks that look like paintings and scenes from science fiction movies. earthporm.com During the rainy season, the world’s largest salt flat becomes the world's largest mirror. The Salar was born when several prehistoric lakes joined into one. The salt flat is so reflective, it’s used to calibrate satellites. michaelyamashita.com These unqiuely tall and thin mountains are so alien that they were used in James Cameron’s “Avatar.” niccolobonfadini.comniccolobonfadini.com These sentinels are actually giant trees covered in snow and ice. apod.nasa.gov natureflip.com This 240-meter-long cave system has been one of Guilin, China’s most popular attractions for over 1200 years. amusingplanet.com all-that-is-interesting.com Ice caves are temporary structures that form at the edge of glaciers when flowing water melts a hole into glaciers. amusingplanet.com all-that-is-interesting.com wikipedia.org

BNN- Bloc-Notes Numérique - MAPRA 10 Essential Items for Your Bug-Out-Bag | Women Lifestyle Blogs|Women Blogs|Lifestyle|Beauty|Diet In an uncertain world, being prepared could save your life. Putting together a bug-out-bag is an essential step in a good disaster preparedness plan. This bag is designed to save and maintain your life in an emergency. Every person will choose different things to pack in their bag, but there are 10 items that any survivalist should put in their pack. Here is a list of 10 essential items for any bug-out-bag. 1. A person can last only 3-4 days without water. PHOTOS. 30 raisons de ne jamais aller sur la Côte d’Azur en été Vous avez entendu dire que la Côte d'Azur était une destination magnifique et vous avez bien envie de vous y rendre cet été? Passez votre chemin, malheureux! La région ne vaut franchement pas le détour. >> LIRE AUSSI. PHOTOS. 30 raisons de ne jamais aller dans le Var en été >> LIRE AUSSI. 1. Juan-les-Pins (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 2. Théoule-sur-Mer (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 3. Eze village (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 4. La place Rossetti, Nice (Photo Cyril Dodergny) 5. Plage Saint-Laurent d’Eze (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 6. Le Suquet, Cannes (Photo Gilles Traverso) 7. La promenade du Paillon, Nice (Photo Frantz Bouton) 8. La plage en hiver, Cannes (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 9. La plage de La Mala à Cap d’Ail (Photo Michael Alesi) >>LIRE AUSSI. 10. Le Fort Carré, Antibes (Photo Franck Fernandes) 11. L'abbaye de Lérins, île de Saint-Honorat (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 12. La piscine de l'hôtel 3.14, Cannes (Photo A. 13. Les afterbeach Folie Douce sur la plage du Majestic, Cannes (Photo Patrice Lapoirie) 14. 15.

35 Clearest Waters In The World To Swim In Before You Die Tweet Every one loves taking a dip in the clearest of waters on a beautiful hot summers day. So if you are missing the summer already then check out our list of 35 of the most clearest waters in the world to swim in before you die. 1. Photo – Jocas A. Linapacan Island is a municipality in the province of Palawan and has some of the clearest waters in the world. [SEE ALSO - Amazing Swimming Pools You Would Love To Dive Into] 2. Photo – Rishwan (Richy) The Maldive Islands, sit in the Indian Ocean and consist of twenty-six atolls. Its population of 328,536 (2012) inhabits 192 of its 1,192 islands. 3. Photo: Unknown Bodrum is a district and a port city in the southwestern Region of Turkey. Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. 4. Photo – O.Taillon Cayo Coco is an island in central Cuba and well known for its all inclusive resorts. 5. Photo – visualpanic 6. Photo – To Sua Ocean Trench 7. Photo – National Geographic 8. 9. 10. 11.

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