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You'll Want To Spend The Night In These 5 Treehouses

Leisure camping is becoming more and more popular and the best way to stage a little sleepover is through these five treehouses.

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Big Little Lies

‘Big Little Lies’ Filming Location: What You Didn’t Know About The Setting Of HBO’s New TV Series

There's something more to the filming location ofHBO's newest hit Big Little Lies where Monterey County has add up to the little charm of the novel-turned-series.

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Giant Sauropods

World's Biggest Dinosaur Footprint Found In Australia's 'Jurassic Park'

A team of paleontologists has discovered the world's biggest dinosaur footprint made by a Sauropod perhaps more than 100 million years ago.

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Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival

Coachella's Do LaB Stage Lineup Is As Great As You'd Expect

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is back. Have you seen the names of your favorite stars in the roster of performers this year?

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Tequila Cloud

Mexico Creates Cloud That Rains Tequila Installed In Berlin, Germany

Mexico partners with ad agency Lapiz to create this real-life "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs" rain. Instead of food, the cloud precipitates tequila shots!

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Pirates of the Caribbean

Five Things You May Not Know About Disneyland's Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride

Pirates of the Caribbean Disney ride remains to be the most popular attraction in Disneyland. Here are some of the things you opt to know about the ride on its 50th anniversary.

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Children in Halloween Costumes Stand Near Bon Fire

Spanish Village Excommunicated By The Church Celebrates Witchcraft Festival

Trasmoz was excommunicated by the Catholic Church and got cursed by a monk centuries ago. Now, it holds an annual witchcraft festival and embraces its identity in the hopes to boost tourism of the town.

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An African Safari

Namibia's Caprivi Strip: Africa Forbidden Zone Now A Wildlife Wonderland

The Caprivi Strip in Namibia is used to be closed to tourists due to conflicts of war. But, now, people can get up close and observe the animals in their natural habitats through the region's array of programs.

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Marrakesh Night Market

After Dark: The Most Amazing Night Markets In The World

The marketplace is a tourist attraction and cultural immersion of the city itself. It is more than just a place of exchanging goods, but rather, it's an exchange of ideas and history. Here, you'll know why and what are the five most beautiful night markets around the world.

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The Temples of Angkor

The Angkor Wat Alternative: Exploring Cambodia’s Forgotten Ruins

Angkor Wat is often jam-packed with tourists every day that officials are starting to initiate projects or limitations to divert the people to elsewhere. If you're going to Cambodia anytime soon and wanted to be away from the crowds, here are some off-the-beaten-sites to visit without losing the soul of Angkor's temples.

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The Wrestling Cholita

Cholitas Luchadoras: Bolivia's Female Wrestlers

Cholitas Luchadoras, Bolivia's female wrestlers, prod the night in skirts, braids, shawls, and jewelry to beat the idea of gender racism and women abuse.

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Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art

Five Reasons Why You Should Try Capoeira

Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that was created during the time of African slavery in Brazil as a means for the locals to defend themselves from the colonists who exports almost 40 percent of the slaves to the new world. The slaves disguised the combat form through the art of dance.

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It's Time to Climb Again

Father Of Yosemite Rock Climbing Remembered

Royal Robbins, Father of Yosemite Rock Climbing, may have passed away on March 14, but his legacy of benchmarking "clean climbing" and respecting the natural earth formations have set tone upon future mountaineers.

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General Views of Sofia

The First Monument Of A Woman In Sofia Pops Up

One city in Bulgaria has no monument dedicated to women until one artist decided to place seven temporary colorful busts of the artist herself in pedestals to create the awareness of women empowerment. Sofia, Bulgaria's capital, has only monuments given to men in war, politics, and art.

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Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii Wanderlust Cleanup 2017

First Ever Statewide Hawaii Beach Clean-up Runs For A Week

Champion surfer Kai Lenny and adventure filmmaker Alison Teal would like to see the first ever statewide beach clean-up in Hawaii on March 25 to March 31 in Oahu especially in Kauai, the Big Island, Maui, Lanai, and Molokai, reports say.

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