Every time friends, old and new, hear that I've been to the 49 states of the Union, they always ask- what's your most favorite place? For a traveler like me, that's one of the most difficult to answer.
This article discussed the tragedy disappearing rain forests around the globe. The rainforests are comprised of four layer which are each described. The medicinal plants, the flowers and the rainforest animals are also reviewed.
Here's information on the most primitive tribe in the world, which lives in an unexpected place.
When Route 66 first opened, it provided a nearly cross-country road for families to travel. Many towns and attractions popped up along the popular vacation route. However, as interstate highways bypassed these towns, they turned into ghost towns.
BHANGARH : ONE OF THE MOST HAUNTED PLACE IN THE WORLD Bhangarh is a place between Jaipur and Alwar in Rajasthan state of India. Today Bhangarh is known for its ruins where nobody dares to go after dark, but is worth a visit; in fact the place...
Life in the Sonoran Desert is ruled by the weather. See what a day is like for a young mom in the hot summer temperatures of Arizona.
Mushroom like rock formations have always attracted tourists. It might have taken millions of years to take the present shape and some of these may take still new shape due to erosion taking place now.
Balanced rocks have been fascinating tourists in different parts of the world. Defying the laws of gravity these rocks continued to stay in precarious positions irrespective of vagaries of nature.
A natural act of rapid cooling of lava erupted from volcanic action results into unique geological formations. These polygonal structures found in various parts of the world are called Columnar Basalt.
Stonehenge is an impressively huge monument on the Salisbury Plain in Southern England> It was composed of about 30 sarsens (upright stones) over 10 feet tall and up to 45 tons in weight. These were aligned in a circle with lintels (horizontal stones) about 6 tons each on top of them. Many theories...