Like all average and not so typical blogger, I spent my half hour or during break time to read some web blogs or watching viral videos every Sunday’s along with a mug of coffee. I might say that this one definitely I’ll recommend for those who love travelling like me. Credits to Mr. Eric of LeoViral who have brilliant ideas to share and for you to explore what can Earth to offer.
All images from imgur
1. Meteora, Greece
Rousannou Monastery stands on a low rock and is easily accessible by a bridge built of wood in 1868 and replaced by more solid material in 1930. Despite this, its situation is still quite dramatic, with the rock dropping off sharply on all sides.
2. Torres del paine, Chile
While dreaming a long expedition, Torres del paine National Park should be on your list. Aside from his
beautiful sceneries, there were some activities you shouldn’t miss like hiking, cycling, kayaking and
horse riding on this National Park. You can call this “Quality Time for yourself”.
3. Thor’s well, Oregon
Wondering if there is black hole inside?
4. Mt. Hood, Oregon
Called Wy’east by the Multnomah tribe, is a potentially active stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of northern Oregon. Characterized as “Potentially Active” by US Geological Survey
It passes through many diverse climates and ecological types, from dense jungles, to arid deserts, some of which are passable only during the dry season, and in many regions driving is occasionally hazardous.
The blue’ish plus the radiant of sky really compliments the surroundings.
The vision of the Maroon Bells to the southwest from the Maroon Creek valley is one of the most famous scenes in Colorado, and is believed to be the “most-photographed spot in Colorado” and one of Colorado’s premier scenic overlooks.
8. Mount Fuji, Japan
9. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Unusual picture caught here. Looks like the Mountain is hula-hooping.
First time to hear this glow worms but I’m really amazed by this lunatic radiance.
It really provides the utmost in comfort, absolute beauty and stress-free northern lights.
Wow, just wow. That incredible waterfall there!
Known as world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall, with a height of 979 metres (3,212 ft) and a plunge of 807 metres (2,648 ft). Oh, my soul wants to jump in there! ☺
That impressive waterfall in Glacier National Park attracts me here.
Really? Volcanic Lightning Storm? I hate lightning but this one is exceptional.
Totally heaven at the peak of the park.
This picture is questionable but when I researched, those are the bunch of fields. Amazing huh!
21. Marble caves, Chile
Extravagant blooms of Tulips there might seduce for those who loves flowers.
So are you decided now Travellers? I’m pretty sure you won’t regret travelling alone or with your friends, I guess.