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China’s Misty Huangshan Mountains

Thursday, July 24th, 2008

Skirted by dense bamboo forests and shrouded in a shawl of clouds and fog looms a masterpiece carved by nature out of granite millennia ago. Huangshan, Yellow Mountain, located in the fertile Anhui province, is probably China’s favorite mountain and one of the most beautiful in the world.
Since ancient times Mount Huang has been irresistible [...]

Isla Ometepe, Nicaragua

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

As we sailed across what I would soon find out is the world’s tenth largest lake, we could not help but think about the dangers that this place contained for any traveler. We were on our way to Isla Ometepe in Lago, Nicaragua. It’s a small island on the map but much bigger in real [...]

Forever Haunted: Cheesman Park, Denver

Friday, July 11th, 2008

To stay in Denver can be a relief with the nice and beautiful parks around it. However, these parks may have some things they kept hidden from those who have yet to discover the haunting secrets from its past.

 
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