Sicily: an island in the Mediterranean with countless opportunities for adventure, fun and discovery. Where to start? What can't be missed? Planning a holiday in Sicily can sometimes be overwhelming, there is SO MUCH to do and see. That is why soloSicily.com has created this playful infographic, to point you in the direction of what should not be missed. Don't forget, we've grown up on this island! Nobody knows the best spots in Sicily better than us!

Sicily: an island in the Mediterranean with countless opportunities for adventure, fun and discovery. Where to start? What can't be missed? Planning a holiday in Sicily can sometimes be overwhelming, there is SO MUCH to do and see. That is why soloSicily.com has created this playful infographic, to point you in the direction of what should not be missed. Don't forget, we've grown up on this island! Nobody knows the best spots in Sicily better than us!

Zemblanity ~ (n.) the inevitable discovery of what we would rather nor know; the opposite of serendipity.

Zemblanity ~ (n.) the inevitable discovery of what we would rather nor know; the opposite of serendipity.

Inspiration:Archipelago Gonk Grey Hat - What you see is what you get with this gonk. Love his little heart.

Inspiration:Archipelago Gonk Grey Hat - What you see is what you get with this gonk. Love his little heart.

A large island and province in the middle of Indonesia, Bali has been popular with tourists since the 1980s. It’s a haven for surfers and hippies alike, with an abundance of artists, dancers, musician

The Ultimate Bali Travel Guide (The Blonde Abroad)

A large island and province in the middle of Indonesia, Bali has been popular with tourists since the 1980s. It’s a haven for surfers and hippies alike, with an abundance of artists, dancers, musician

libutron: Pink Pagoda Fungus - Podoserpula miranda What you see in this picture is a spectacular Pink Pagoda Fungus, species Podoserpula miranda (Amylocorticiales - Amylocorticiaceae) discovered in the Pacific island archipelago of New Caledonia in 2009, and described in 2012. Podoserpula miranda not only has a highly striking color for a fungus but also an architecture that is especially fascinating to scientist, containing a unique set of six mushroom caps that are centered on one stalk…

libutron: Pink Pagoda Fungus - Podoserpula miranda What you see in this picture is a spectacular Pink Pagoda Fungus, species Podoserpula miranda (Amylocorticiales - Amylocorticiaceae) discovered in the Pacific island archipelago of New Caledonia in 2009, and described in 2012. Podoserpula miranda not only has a highly striking color for a fungus but also an architecture that is especially fascinating to scientist, containing a unique set of six mushroom caps that are centered on one stalk…

Google Image Result for http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/learning/primary/skarabrae/images/evidence_stills/stone_objects.jpg

Google Image Result for http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/learning/primary/skarabrae/images/evidence_stills/stone_objects.jpg

Indonesia is a beach lover’s paradise. With white-sand beaches, turquoise seas, and lush green forests, you’ll never want to leave this archipelago of more than 18,000 islands. Along my travels, I’ve met so many travelers who have made Indonesia their home. If you’ve never been, it’s time to start packing. Here are ten incredible adventures in Indonesia you’ve got to have!

10 Incredible Adventures to Have in Indonesia

Indonesia is a beach lover’s paradise. With white-sand beaches, turquoise seas, and lush green forests, you’ll never want to leave this archipelago of more than 18,000 islands. Along my travels, I’ve met so many travelers who have made Indonesia their home. If you’ve never been, it’s time to start packing. Here are ten incredible adventures in Indonesia you’ve got to have!

Around 5,000 years old, Scara Brae represents pre-Celtic Scotland. Consisting of eight clustered houses, it is Europe's most complete Neolithic village. Older than Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids, it has been called the "Scottish Pompeii" because of its excellent preservation.

Around 5,000 years old, Scara Brae represents pre-Celtic Scotland. Consisting of eight clustered houses, it is Europe's most complete Neolithic village. Older than Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids, it has been called the "Scottish Pompeii" because of its excellent preservation.

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