Travel Resorts | Travel List Photo and Resorts - Part 3

Bizarre: How to Reach School?

Dec 06, 10 Bizarre: How to Reach School?

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Nine year old Daisy Mora from Colombia uses tout rope to overcome the Rio Negro  to get to school! And that’s what all children form little village in Colombia, near Bogota do. And not only children… Actually, everybody who lives on the other side of the valley. ...

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Blue River: Petermann Glacier

Dec 05, 10 Blue River: Petermann Glacier

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Petermann – the largest floating glacier in the Northern Hemisphere, located in north-western Greenland. Petermann – glacier, forming icebergs. Glacier joins the Greenland ice sheet with the Arctic Ocean. Floating ice tongue has a width of 15 km and 70 km long, whose thickness varies from about 600 m at the base and...

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Abandoned: Graveyard for Airplanes

Dec 01, 10 Abandoned: Graveyard for Airplanes

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In northeast Ohio, there’s a sizable collection of vintage aircraft rotting away in an overgrown meadow. Amassed by an obsessed aircraft enthusiast over the course of several decades — mostly during the 1950s and 1960s — the collection is familiar to many vintage war-bird enthusiasts, but less well-known to...

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The Tunnel People of Las Vegas

Dec 01, 10 The Tunnel People of Las Vegas

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Deep beneath Vegas’s glittering lights lies a sinister labyrinth inhabited by poisonous spiders and a man nicknamed The Troll who wields an iron bar. But astonishingly, the 200 miles of flood tunnels are also home to 1,000 people who eke out a living in the strip’s dark underbelly. ...

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Strange, but Modern Metro Station

Nov 30, 10 Strange, but Modern Metro Station

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This weirdly shaped and painted metro station can be found somewhere in Stockholm. A pretty crazy architecture for a metro station, but it looks interesting… ...

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