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shrub legs laden donkey walking – neilhoward | ello

This shrub with legs is a laden donkey walking along the road in the High Atlas Mountains, Morocco all by itself! Taken from the car of the BEST guild , Aziz #donkey #morocco #travel #AtlasMountains #road #olympus #olympusUK #photography #myphoto … Continue reading

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And yet it all seems limitless – One year around the world (4K)

My girlfriend and I embarked on April 2017 on this epic life-changing experience around the world. We came back one year later with our minds blown away. As a dying android once said: “I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.” … Continue reading

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Evenings in Bahia — My Maddy Travel

I like to write late night when the words come to me. Somehow during the day they don’t arrive, instead they linger until a few hours after the sun has set over Trancoso and I sit quietly in my chalet … Continue reading

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Negative Space | Oscar Nominated Stop-Motion Animation | Short of the Week

Negative Space is an Oscar-nominated short film animation that depicts a father-and-son relationship through the art of packing a suitcase. SUBMIT A FILM: https://www.shortoftheweek.com/submit/ FULL REVIEW: https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2019/0… Negative Space A Film by Tiny Inventions (Ru Kuwahata & Max Porter) http://www.tinyinventions.com

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Japan’s Post Box Under the Sea

Great Big Story Published on 18 Jan 2018 When the small Japanese seaside town of Susami needed a tourism boost, an unlikely resident came to the rescue: the town’s postmaster. Together with the local diving community, former postmaster Toshihiko Matsumoto … Continue reading

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To the Moon! Apollo 11’s great adventure

Jeffrey Kluger, editor-at-large at Time magazine, recounts the human landmark of landing men on the lunar surface. Kluger talks with Apollo 11 command module pilot Michael Collins and astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and, in archive footage, hears from mission commander … Continue reading

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Student Designed A Plane That Would Use 20% Less Fuel And KLM Is Already Building It

Air travel is one of the biggest factors when it comes to pollution. It is considered to be the most harmful traveling option, and despite various claims to be eco-friendly, most of the aviation companies have a long way to … Continue reading

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Influential American business magazine sings the praises of Stockport | I Love Manchester

“American tourists who know and love Britain expect history to greet them at every turn”, writes veteran travel writer Gretchen Kelly in the latest issue of influential American business magazine Forbes. “In Bath, the Regency comes to life right out of … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian, Rio de Janeiro — Trip Tap Go

TRIP The Catedral Metropolitana de São Sebastião is a modern cathedral located on the fringes of Rio de Janeiro’s city centre. This classic piece of mid-20th century South American modernist architecture is a must see when visiting Brazil’s most popular … Continue reading

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With No Entrance or Exit, a Train Station Designed Solely as a Lookout Spot

the new Seiryū-Miharashi Station, which opened on March 19, 2019 | images courtesy Nishikagawa Railway   The Nishikigawa Railway in Iwakuni (Yamaguchi Prefecture) is a local train that runs along the Nishiki River for roughly 33 km, or about 20 … Continue reading

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