Penguins and sea lions lounge on an island in the Beagle Channel off the southern tip of South America, near Ushuaia, Argentina.
Balloons take to the sky at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
If you’re a traveler who loves books and reading, there are any number of sites to add to your list of dream destinations. Along those lines, BootsnAll recently suggested nine intriguing destinations for lovers of Western literature.
Yahoo! Travel recently compiled a list of 10 of the best ruins around the world and it included some of the usual suspects, but also a few sites that are stunning in their own right but not quite as well known.
A view of Hoan Kiem Lake, a peaceful oasis in the middle of Hanoi, Vietnam.
“Cambodians have three rules for life,” she said. “Eat well, grow up, and take care of family.”
The rice terraces form long emerald staircases as they tumble down glittering green hillsides.
If you had to choose one iconic image of the American West it may very well be Monument Valley. This photo essay takes a look at the red buttes and mesas of this dramatic landscape.
The Americas are strewn with the ruins of ancient Indian civilizations. Here are seven Indian ruins in Mexico worth visiting.
If you enjoy drinking coffee and hanging out in cafes, Asia may not be the first place you’d consider as an ideal destination. But Vietnam is a pretty good under-the radar country for coffee and cafe lovers.
Blooming purple jacaranda flowers weave a labyrinth of wonder. Their sight and scent seeps into every moment of a day spent wandering through a picturesque town by the water.
Auguste Rodin’s famous sculpture of “The Thinker” in the gardens of the Musee Rodin in Paris.
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