Tag: Tourism

Fulfill Your Childhood Dreams of Magic at the Unicorn Cafe in Bangkok

Featured image courtesy of Jill Manuel I don’t know about you, but when I was a little girl I definitely asked Santa for a unicorn. Not just once, but every year until I was nine. The little girl inside me died a little bit when I realized this unicorn cafe actually existed. A post shared by Katrina Yentch (@ohnoitskatrina) on Apr 21, 2017 at 3:45am PDT A post shared by UnicornBrand?Unicorn Cafe (@unicornbrand) on Sep 15, 2016 at 2:30am PDT Unicorn Cafe is located in Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand, as if you needed another reason to want to visit...

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Take A Float in the Ancient Salt Pools of Pamukkale, Turkey

Nestled in the hills of Pamukkale, Turkey, sit dozens of pristine pools of clear blue water.   The name means “cotton castle”, and it’s fantastically appropriate. The natural wonder is built of squishy white sand.   It’s Turkey’s pride and joy, being the most visited tourist attraction in the country.     The hot springs look out over onto the historic village below, including ancient Roman architecture left behind from the height of the empire.   At a balmy 36 C, the water is very warm and will help relax any soreness you might have. The easiest way to...

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Explore the Volcanos And Glaciers Of Beautiful Iceland

Nestle in the heart of Iceland there is a volcanic glacier named Langjökull.   It winds with ice caves and tunnels and is Europe’s second largest glacier —almost 1400 metres across.     Sitting regally above the sea, these caverns have been virtually untouched by humans. Now you can see it from the inside by taking an arctic tour of the caves. Nordic legends say that a troll named Thorir lived near the mountains and so some of the passages are named after him. The ice at the centre is so dense, it’s blue and not white. You can...

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Take A Swing Over The Edge of The World In Ecuador

If you love playground swings, this is the mother of all of them. You can hover off the edge of the world.   The Swing at the End of the World is in Ecuador and you’re going to want to go.   A post shared by SHELLEY || EGGINS ✖️ (@shelleyeggins) on Dec 30, 2016 at 2:34pm PST A post shared by Faryal (@faryaltx) on Dec 26, 2016 at 2:53pm PST It sits at La Casa Del Arbol (“The Treehouse”).. Well, hangs is probably a more appropriate word. It’s attached to a tree that sits at the edge of...

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Take A Bite Out of The Ocean, While Relaxing on the Ocean

All images courtesy of The Rock Restaurant   Just one look confirms that only Mother Nature could dream up something like this.   The Rock Restaurant is located on Michanwi Pingwe Beach in the Zanzibar Islands in Tanzania. True to its name, it stand alone on a giant rock in the middle of the Indian Ocean.   The Rock was originally a fisherman’s post on the sea and served as a return point for the boats. Today, it has been refurbished into a restaurant. It only has 12 tables, but boasts an unforgettable view of the sea. Take a...

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