Ten incredible and mysterious places around the world untouched by mankind.
50 ways to stop excessive sweating while traveling
Sweating is no fun, plain and simple. If you're a sweaty person looking for ways to stop sweating while traveling, look no further. Here are 50 ways to stop excessive sweating while traveling, ranging from peppermint oil to ice in strange places to bananas for breakfast!
#Dragon Blood Tree, #Socotra, #Yemen. Dracaena cinnabari, the Socotra dragon tree or dragon blood tree, is #native to the Socotra archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It is so called due to the red sap that the trees produce. http://reversehomesickness.com/asia/socotra-the-most-alien-place-on-earth/
Brighton Pier, England. The skeleton of the old pier that burnt down. Such conspiracy! :-) OH, I brought home a ton of these little rocks from the shore. It's so strange seeing a beach without sand. <3
One of the best walks in the Derbyshire Peak District of England is Jacob’s Ladder; an old pack horse route with a short steep climb leading to a magnificent view of the vale (valley) of Edale. It is bounded to the north by Kinder Scout, a plateau described as being ‘full of strange stones and goughs’ I looked up gough, and discovered it is a channel or fissure in a peat moor; also known as a peat hag, which sounds like a Magical Creature to me. Perhaps the Peat Hags colle
The Maunsell Sea Forts. During the Second World War, the British Royal Navy constructed a series of sea forts for an advanced line of defense against inbound air raids and potential sea invasions. Protection