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Build a snowman
Source: hello-julie

Grow something from a seed
Source: Joybot

The Khunjerab Pass China
The Khunjerab pass is the highest point of the Karakoram highway and the border between China and Pakistan. Although the actual pass isnt that long it encompasses some of the most impressive mountain scenery in the world."
Source: mvmtravel.com

Drive the Great Ocean Road Australia
Hire a car in Melbourne and take a journey along the country’s stunning south-east coastline. Drive through the iconic surf spots of Torquay and Bells Beach, then onto the laidback town of Lorne and the spectacular Twelve Apostles.
Source: homelife.com.au

The Tobotronc at Naturlandia Andorra
The Naturlandia park have the longest alpine coaster in the world on the la Rabassa mountain in Andorra
The ‘tobotronc’ alpine coaster is a carriage that allows a trip on a kind of sledge that circulates on steel rails, controlled at all times by the person travelling. It is not a roller coaster, as the person decides the speed at which they wish to travel, without exceeding 40 kilometres an hour, and the seat belts offer maximum safety."

Kampot - south-east Cambodia Cambodia
Kampot is a small town in south-east Cambodia and capital of the province with same name. The main reason for most travellers to venture to Kampot is its close proximity to Bokor National Park with its ruined French colonial resort town at the top Bokor Mountain in the Elephant Mountain range. This is one of the most spectacular sites in Cambodia and well worth a visit."

The Ghan Australia
The Ghan, Australia’s legendary rail journey, is celebrating the 80th anniversary of its original 1,500 kms service from Adelaide to Alice Springs in the heart of the Australian Outback.
Named after the turbaned and robed ‘cameleers’ who, before roads or rail, provided the only supply route to the middle of nowhere, the Ghan first opened in 1929, and linked Adelaide to Alice Springs it took another 75 years before the track opened between Alice and Darwin."