Tha Bak Bomb Boats in Tha Bak, Laos

Laos has some interesting sights that will appeal to many tourists out there. They can arrive and enjoy the splendid scenery that they find waiting for them too. Tha Bak Bomb Boats are a sight to behold for war buffs. Villages converted fuel tanks in to canoes, using materials from the Vietnam War. That has encapsulated history and will draw in attention from...

Continue Reading

Lange Duinen in Soest, Netherlands

Located in the Netherlands, a huge sand dune has become a popular attraction due to the unique trees that grow there. High wind erodes the sand away from underneath the tree overtime and this results in the roots being exposed, making it appear that the trees are floating or crawling out of the sand. Key Takeaways:The Long Dune, as well as the nearby Short...

Continue Reading

Singapore Airlines Unveils a Massive First-Class Suite to Compete with Gulf Rivals

Singapore Airlines is a major carrier in its own right in the region. It will unveil a massive first class suite that competes with rival airliners too. That is a step in the right direction for Singapore Airlines and their valued team of professionals. Expect new passengers to look in to these first class suites whenever possible. Key Takeaways:On its A380s,...

Continue Reading

Wayside Chapel in Monroe, Washington

An especially small church which can hold only 8 people at a time can be found off the highway near Monroe, Washington. The idea of the church is that anybody can visit during their travels and get a moment to pray and worship. The tiny church is so popular with the locals that a number of people have actually gotten married there. Key Takeaways:The charming...

Continue Reading

Found: A Large ‘Void’ Inside the Great Pyramid of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Giza still has secrets to hide. According to a recent published report, there is a never before discovered large void above the Grand Gallery. The finding was a result of using modern ways to image the pyramid not used before. Although not appearing deliberating hidden, the void raises several questions that is hoped other researchers can...

Continue Reading

Sir John Franklin Expedition Memorial in London, England

The Sir John Franklin expedition has captured the imagination of people for quite some time now. It was an ill fated trip that would cost the lives of many people along the way. That has stayed in the imagination of people captivating by voyages to the Arctic itself. London is the scene for a marble memorial to the expedition and the man himself. Key Takeaways:There...

Continue Reading

Friedrichsfelde Socialist Cemetery in Berlin, Germany

Describing a cemetery in Berlin, Germany, the post details a number of interesting figures that are buried there and a general overview of what the area looks like. The cemetery is well known because it contains a large number of communist and socialist figures including some famous leaders of the parties. Key Takeaways:The Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde...

Continue Reading

The Future Is Here: Watch a Drone Mix a Cocktail Like an Expert

The future is finally here. You can watch a drone mix a cocktail like a true expert. This is a very unnecessary way to mix a drink. Waiting for a bartender is now a thing of the past. One man is no stranger to innovation and his latest creation is about mixing drinks with drones. Key Takeaways:Michael Cirino is innovating by using drones at his bar. One such...

Continue Reading

The Myth of a Medical Explanation for Vampirism

Vampires have been in myths and lore for centuries and there just might be a scientific explanation for it. Certain diseases can cause symptoms commonly associated with vampires and could be the cause of several supposed cases from centuries past. Porphyria, a blood condition is one of the most prevalent of these possible medical causes. Either way, the myths...

Continue Reading
You are here: