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Ati-Athihan festival Philippines
Celebrated all over the towns of Aklan, this is a week long celebration in honor of the Patron Saint Sto. Nino, which culminates on the 3rd Sunday of January. It is the ultimate jubilating, titillating, stimulating, riotous, and frenetic aboriginal street dancing to the early primitive tempo and pulse of drums, participated in by different tribes in their full battle regalia as they crowd the principal streets of Kalibo rejoicing breathlessly to their religious vows.
Source: nscb.gov.ph

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
Baked chocolate chip cookies with an oreo cookie in the middle!
Source: tablespoon.com

Ruined city of Great Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
Great Zimbabwe is a ruined city in the rugged south-eastern hills of Zimbabwe near Lake Mutirikwe and the city of Masvingo, close to the Chimanimani Mountains and the Chimanimani District. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe during the country’s Late Iron Age.
Source: wikipedia.org

Walk the Camino de Santiago Spain
It’s a hell of a long walk, but it’s worth it. Join dedicated trekkers from all over the world as they take on up to 400 miles of trail that winds through the Pyrenees Mountains in northern Spain and southern France. Hikers have been walking this pass since the Medieval Age, with the ultimate goal of reaching the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, the end of the Christian pilgrimage.
Source: mensfitness.com

Ski Chamonix France
The town of Chamonix looks like any other bustling mountain town in the Alps—until you look up. The pure vertical relief is mind-boggling: Granite mountains shoot 10,000 vertical feet from valley to peak, their wild blades at odds with the mannered European culture of coffee and croissants far below.

Crop Over Festival Barbados
Crop Over is Barbados‘ biggest, loudest and best-loved festival, which sees the whole island taken over by the party spirit. Dating back to the 1780s when the island was one of the biggest sugar producers in the world, the end of the sugar cane harvest was always celebrated with a big party, and the tradition continues today with added extravagance and flamboyance."

Hundertwasser toilets of Kawakawa New Zealand
In the little town of Kawakawa, these toilets stand as a landmark, having been designed and built by the German artist Hundertwasser. It says something about the town that it's landmark is toilets."
Source: travelpod.com

Columbus Lighthouse Dominican Republic
The cross-shaped Columbus Lighthouse, El Faro a Colón, was built in 1992 for the 500th anniversary of the explorer?s arrival. A chapel at its center contains his tomb and, allegedly, his bones. But bigger than the controversy over Columbus?s remains was the eviction of thousands of impoverished local residents to make room for the lighthouse."

Antelope Canyon Arizona
Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, photogenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon or The Crack; and Lower Antelope Canyon or The Corkscrew. The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means “the place where water runs through rocks.” Lower Antelope Canyon is Hazdistazí, or “spiral rock arches.
Source: wikipedia.org

Go to Rio for Carnivale Brazil
The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is a world famous festival held before Lent every year and considered the biggest carnival in the world with two million people per day on the streets.
Source: fotopedia.com

Hike the Roan Highlands Tennessee
Surprise: The finest mountain scenery is to be found on the southern half of the Appalachian Trail isn’t Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It’s north along the Tennessee-North Carolina border in the Roan Highlands. On the 48-mile (77-kilometer) section between the Nolichucky River and U.S. 19E, the AT rarely dips below tree line."

Ginnie Springs Cavern Florida
Little known fact: Florida’s best diving isn’t in its saltwater. It’s hidden in the northwestern corner of the state, which is riddled with freshwater springs that flow through mazes of limestone passageways. Few people ever witness the strange sights of these underwater chambers—fossils, sunlight beaming in from holes in the cave ceilings, and even ancient mastodon tusks—because the only way to see it all is by donning a mask and flippers."

Petrified Forest National Park Arizona
Most of the Petrified Forest National Park's petrified wood comes from tall conifers. These ancient trees grew more than 200 million years ago along waterways, where periodic flooding uprooted trees."

Junkanoo Festival Bahamas
Junkanoo is a national festival in The Bahamas, held in the early morning hours of Boxing Day, the day after Christmas. A procession of dancers in brightly colored costumes “rush” through the streets, making music on goat-skin drums, cowbells, conch shell horns and whistles."