She Was Trying To Dump Out Her Water Bottle, But Mother Nature Had Other Plans

                                                                                                                                                      <div class="content">                    <h3>I've done my fair share of international travel, but I haven't even begun to explore most of the United States.</h3> Every state has its fair share of landmarks that stand out. At some of these sites, there are traditions that tourists have to check off their bucket lists. For example, in New York, tourists who make their way to the top of the Empire State Building get a rush from dropping pennies all the way down.

I’ve never had the opportunity to travel west, but what one tourist just did while visiting the Hoover Dam is officially on my bucket list. The woman in this video reached over the edge to dump water out of a bottle, and what happened totally blew her (and everyone else) away.

This is just weird.

I’m not sure what kind of wizardry went into the making of that video, but I’m loving every minute of it! I have to travel and try this out.

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When Waves Crash Upon This Boardwalk, Something Absolutely Magical Happens

Traveling to the Adriatic Sea and walking along its beautiful waters is already a majestic experience on its own. The blissful scenery makes for a perfect stroll. However, of all the coasts you can enjoy the view from, we suggest this one in Zadar, Croatia, where you’ll be in for an even more magical treat.

A series of small holes and tubes in the boardwalk create a gorgeous melody with each ebb and flow of the waves. It’s a truly unique tourist experience.


It’s amazing how you’ll never hear the same tune twice. All the more reason to visit more than once!

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14 Tough Calls Filipino Commuters Make Everyday

                                            <b>Would you rather ride the MRT during rush hour, or <i>literally</i> die?</b>                                                         

1. Go to the gym?

Or enjoy the free sauna, courtesy of the jam-packed train?

2. Finish an entire episode of your favorite late night teleserye?


Or sleep early so you have time to prepare for the commute?

3. Save up for something actually delightful?

Or give it all up for a cab ride?

Bloody hell cab fare

— TrickyAlvin (@Alvin)

4. Dress up nicely for a very important meeting?

Or don’t even bother because the commute will ruin it anyway? Dyahe.

Gusto mo maging black sapatos mo? Gayahin mo ko. Lusong ka sa baha 😂 @LPU

— MRYRSGRT (@Maryendaaa)

5. Take a little time chilling at home?

Just stay at home :[

— iamlilaaa (@Ny. Lee)

Or deal with long queues hanggang sa matubuan ka na ng ugat?

Despite fare hike, commuters still queue for MRT, LRT rides

— gmanews (@GMA News)

6. Take the bus?

Pila ng bus sa Tagbak Terminal sa desperas ng New Year #NewYear #Iloilo via Instagram

— ILOILOTracker (@#ILOILO Tracker)

Or the train?

Ung Feeling Malalate Kana Sa School Pero Nakapila ka parin Sa MRT kahit Mahaba ang Pila XD

— IamYoursJherr (@Jâ–²)

7. Dedicate a prayer to seeing your office crush today?

Fox Searchlight / Via

Or that you get to see your office AT ALL?

Good morning, Edsa!

— jerwinsm (@Jerwin Marzan)

8. Make tambay for five hours at SM North Edsa?

Jgh @smnorthedsa 😍 #PraybeytBenjamin2 😍😍

— kristineee31 (@Kristine)

9. Or spend those five hours stuck in traffic at EDSA?

10. Save your bandwidth for some OPM on Spotify?

Or open Waze instead?

11. Make friends via selfie with other commuters?

@VictoryLinerInc Tunay na Joy ride! Enjoy ka na sa pag sakay, mayroon pang pamigay…Victory Liner Iba ka talaga!

— d21agent (@Angelo Gamboa)

Or is it every Filipino for her/himself?

#strugglesofbeingfilipinoeto siksikan sa bus ano sinong sasakay maluwag pa HIYANG-HIYA NMAN AKO SAYO NOH -Mr. Assimo

— ceejhaydiazko (@Cee JhayDiaz)

12. Pick up a refreshing drink for the long ride?

Ang katakam-takam na softdrinks sa plastic. Bow. #childhoodmemories #ItsMoreFunInThePhillipines

— iamsuperpaopao (@Pauline S.)

Or worry about holding it in for hours on the commute?

13. Save your appetite for a real meal at home?

Lutong bahay the best ðŸ‘

— babejel (@Angelica ✨)

Or buy fish crackers and espasol from the manong bus vendor?

Wag na kayo magpaakyat ng mga tindero sa bus. (1/8 lang yan ng pagkain namin kanina) @martinstacruz @aj_mauhay

— jdlumali (@Janille)

14. Actually get off at your bus stop?

@mabeaajose @ajmiranda_ 364 lang pala, Victory Liner yan hahahaha

— AlecBerame (@Alec Berame ✈ï¸)

Or stay onboard and finish a scene from yet another teleserye?

Yung kasabay mo sa bus na pinalipat yung TV sa ABS-CBN dahil sa Got to Believe.. :)) #G2BLast3days

— hoyohoyhoybelat (@Joshua Bren Ebrada)

15. Appreciate the beautiful Manila sunset outside the bus window?

Or just pass out and cuddle with your seatmates?

Sarap ng tulog namin nila @mikeesz at @TheAllenReal sa bus habang bumabyahe sa Baliwag!:))

— JoshRabanal (@JOSHUA RABANAL)

Whatever choices you make, ultimately, you’ll just be like, “Jesus take the wheel na nga.”


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Step One Foot In Any Of These 29 Places And Your Life Will Never Be The Same. Wow.

All over our country, there are natural wonders just waiting to be discovered. You don’t have to travel to far and distant lands to be overwhelmed by natural beauty. There are some things in America that you simply need to see before you die. These 29 cool places are just the start of that list. When you finally see any of these in person, you’ll probably realize just how cool planet earth is. (And you’ll never be the same.) Also, you better start packing now, because each and every one of these are amazing.

1.) Mendenhall Glacier Caves (Alaska)

2.) Antelope Canyon (Arizona)

3.) Oneonta Gorge (Oregon)

4.) Skagit Valley Tulip Fields (Washington)

5.) Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness (Colorado)

6.) Dry Tortugas National Park (Florida)

7.) Zion National Park (Utah)

8.) Watkins Glen State Park (New York)

9.) Yosemite Valley (California)

10.) Grand Prismatic Spring (Wyoming)

11.) Haiku Stairs of Oahu (Hawaii)

12.) Carlsbad Caverns (New Mexico)

13.) Whitaker Point (Arkansas)

14.) Hamilton Pool (Texas)

15.) Horseshoe Bend (Arizona)

16.) Northern Lights (Alaska)

17.) Bryce Canyon (Utah)

18.) Lake Tahoe (California & Nevada)

19.) Smoky Mountains (North Carolina & Tennessee)

20.) Niagara Falls (New York)

21.) The Wave (Arizona)

22.) Sequoia National Park (California)

23.) Thor’s Well (Oregon)

24.) Badlands National Park (South Dakota)

25.) Savannah (Georgia)

26.) Palouse Falls (Washington)

27.) Glacier National Park (Montana)

28.) Nā Pali Coast State Park (Hawaii)

It just goes to show you that you don’t need to travel far from home to see some pretty astounding things. You just need to know where to look. (H/T BuzzFeed) So put some extra clothes in a duffle bag, rent a car and get ready to have the best road trip ever. The United States has some great things to offer. Share them with others by clicking below.

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This Guy Proposed To His Girlfriend With A Worldwide Scavenger Hunt

                                            <b>Twenty-three days, four countries, and one adorable couple.</b>                                                          

1. Brett Arnold, 30, and Amy Linville, 28, have been together eight years and love to travel. And when Arnold, a project manager, decided to propose to Linville, an instructional designer at a college, he went all out. Like ALL OUT, all out.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

2. The day after his girlfriend graduated on Dec. 12, Arnold surprised her with a scavenger hunt around their Colorado neighborhood, Linville told BuzzFeed Life.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

“My final clue on that day was to hike to the top of a mountain in our neighborhood; it happened to be a snowstorm with white-out conditions — perfect.”

3. “When I reached the top there was a bag with a clue inside that said, ‘Pack your shit. You leave at 7 a.m.,'” she said.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

4. Linville said she expected Arnold to jump out with a “Gotcha!” at any moment, but she arrived home to find her travel backpack waiting for her. In it was a one-way ticket to Tokyo, a Japan Rail Pass, and a map to a friend’s place for when she arrived.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

Arnold told her she would be embarking on a world scavenger hunt for her graduation gift and Tokyo was the first stop.

“I STILL did not believe him,” Linville said. “No way…I had work, Christmas parties, plans…what about my plans?! Later I would find out that he contacted my boss months ago to arrange it and had let everyone know that I would not be making any appearances at Christmas parties.”

5. After arriving at their friend Mike’s apartment in Roppongi, Tokyo, Linville found her next clue on the fridge.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

“There are no words to explain what I was thinking or feeling,” Linville said. “It was too surreal.”

6. Arnold had roped in another childhood friend of Linville’s, Kassie, who lives in Okinawa with her husband, to give Linville Clue no. 8. The two women hadn’t seen each other in years.

“I was in Japan for about seven days,” Linville said. “I traveled on the speed train, played with snow monkeys in Jigokudani, did a Santa pub crawl, sang karaoke with some German girls I met, ate lots of sushi, felt my first earthquake, and had an absolute blast.”

Courtesy of Amy Linville

8. Next, Linville was off to Barcelona, where she had to grab Clue no. 9 at Casa Bar Pepe. When she got there, she realized the bar was closed for the whole week around Christmas.

“Brett was a little upset about this one; he had overnighted the clue to the bar owner, and the bar owner said he would definitely be open,” Linville said.

Arnold ended up emailing her the clue, which led her to San Sebastian.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

10. “In San Sebastian, Brett put me up in the most beautiful hotel I have ever seen: Hotel Mercure Monte Igueldo. I was instructed that a clue would be delivered to my room on Christmas Day at 3 p.m.”

The clue arrived as promised, with instructions to hike up a peninsula across the bay from the hotel and find the overlook in this picture:

Courtesy of Amy Linville

12. Linville said she was slow going that day, feeling a “little depressed” to be alone on Christmas.

“I know, I know…I should have been jumping for joy to be traveling around the world, and I was, but this day I was little sad,” she said. “I knew Brett was back home celebrating with family; he had been texting me and FaceTiming me so I thought there was no way he would be joining me.”

13. After hiking up the peninsula, Linville discovered about four overlooks that looked identical to the one in the photo.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

“It was raining, cold, and starting to get dark. I was scouring park benches looking for my next clue and thought I should turn back and try again the next day, when I ran into a Spanish man who knew the spot where the photo was taken,” she recalled.

14. The man led her to a cliff and pointed her to the spot. As she hiked down the last few steps, she realized her boyfriend was there with her, hiking up at the same time.

“I was completely shocked,” she said. “He had really thrown me off that day! I asked him if there was still a clue or if he was my clue … He said, ‘Actually, I have it right here…'”

15. That’s when Arnold pulled an engagement ring out of his pocket and proposed.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

“He asked me if I was willing to go on another adventure with him…and I said, ‘Of course!’” Linville said.

16. Arnold had brought champagne but had forgotten to bring glasses, so the couple took turns swigging it from the bottle before hiking back down, hand in hand.

Courtesy of Amy Linville

Linville told BuzzFeed Life that Arnold had actually been planning to propose in this way for about four years, but started booking everything about eight months before her graduation. The couple will be married in Fort Lauderdale this October.

17. “Our love for travel runs deep, as you can tell from this engagement story!” Linville said. “He is my biggest fan, my travel partner, my compass.”

Courtesy of Amy Linville

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Inspiring Denver Airline Travel

Emerge in the great outdoors, here in Denver, there’s a-sea of extremely enthusing items to swim in. Enthusiasts of excitement and aficionados of unadulterated adventure merely have a field time in the town, courtesy the Rocky Mountains, the bucolic countryside, the scenic byways and an eclectic mix of communities. A vivacious place to vacation in, the town’s appeal is based on the fact this has the metropolitan muscle plus the outdoors to woo a myriad of tourists. Frequented by visitors from all sides of world, it’s connected by all significant airlines.

Finding a cheap flight to Denver after that isn’t any huge task, given the many on line flights portals. A vibrant town resplendent with its numerous aspects, Denver is a spot where you are able to earn some very happy and distinct memories. No matter whether you are in the feeling for romance or seek to explore the town’s tradition and history, whether you crave for some severe outdoor enjoyable or need a comforting place for your aching foot, in state of mind for some great sightseeing or interested in culinary voyages, the city has the best of every little thing. Plan just about every day visit to a location simply a brief drive from city and be back for supper, spend daily within the highlands or plan a trip into the Rocky hill nationwide Park, get one hour, a half-day or a full-days pampering at some of the numerous spas and wellness center after a more sophisticated stint regarding the trails or shopping, continue a wine tasting session in the numerous vineyards and test several of the most exquisite and richly crafted wines, or just take on the walking trip associated with the city and explore its nooks and crannies at your own personal speed.

Denver is replete with tourist attractions for several palates, tastes and preferences. Dotting the whole town, you’ll find numerous galleries and memorials supplying a peek into the town’s glorious past, several points of cultural and social interest, areas, gardens and zoos, rather than to forget, the downtown entertainment playground that help you are taking most sights and sounds back home. Another great element of vacationing when you look at the town is that you don’t have to break a bank having a very good time here. constantly on and always readily available, you can find discounts, coupons, special campaigns and delighted hours for things such as wining and dining, transport, accommodation, sightseeing and much more.

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