Learn the Interesting History of Teotihuacán

Ancient pyramid of Teotihuacan

Our world contains the strangest things and places that somehow leave people breathless with how well preserved and simply passing the test of time. Stonehenge, Pyramid of Giza, and Moai are some of the few places that piqued the majority’s interest, and for a good reason. Unraveling strange places like this always … Read more

Places on Earth That Resemble Other Planets

Fairy Chimneys in Turkey during the winter

Considering the state of the world we live in, we cannot blame you if you wish to get away from it all and travel to outer space. Now that booking vacations to space is possible, we’re rueful to say that most of us mere mortals cannot board a spacecraft just yet. Of … Read more

The Quietest Places on Earth

Sun rising over a quiet pond

“Quiet is the new loud,” as one indie-folk album title proclaims. While peace and quiet aren’t as abundant as they were before, several signs tell you that they may be making a comeback. No matter how hyper they are, people do feel worn-out sometimes, looking for some faraway places to have a … Read more

Amazing Underwater Forest in Brazil

Black wooden canoe on body of clear water

No one and nothing can be greater than Mother Nature – she never ceases to amaze us. Even after she has wreaked havoc, she leaves us with a new, rare, and staggeringly beautiful phenomenon that we thought only exists in fairy tales and fantasy movies. Have you been to an underwater forest? … Read more

Guide to the Absolutely Strangest Things on Earth

an eerie ambiance

Many people love learning about a good mystery. There are lots of stories out there about strange and unusual things. It’s because our planet is filled with places and things that are surreal, eerie, and sometimes downright bizarre. Even though many of these things have logical or scientific explanations, some still remain … Read more

Strange places – Petra, the world wonder!

Strange places – Petra, the world wonder!

Petra is a famous archaeological site in Jordan’s southwestern desert. Dating to around 300 B.C., it was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom. Accessed via a narrow canyon called Al Siq, it contains tombs and temples carved into pink sandstone cliffs, earning its nickname, the “Rose City.” Perhaps its most famous structure … Read more

Amazing Abandoned Places

There’s something weird and eerie about abandoned places, whether it’s an abandoned house or train station, every one of them is a picture of history frozen in time. While some of these places are well taken care of and protected, others are completely forgotten about but it doesn’t make them less interesting. … Read more