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Stories, Photographs, and Experiences from around the World

Singlish No Good Lah

Although Singapore was at one time part of the British Empire, the Country is a mix of many cultures and people. For example, you can find this in Peranakan food. This cuisine combines Chinese and Malay influences together into a specialty blend.   Of course different...

Papakolea Beach

Both yellow sand and white sand beaches are pretty common. Black sand beaches appear everywhere in Hawaii. There is a red sand beach on Maui. How about a green sand beach? Yes, they do exist. The green comes from olivine which is a magnesium, iron silicate mineral.  ...

Iguaçu Falls

Located at the border of Argentina and Brazil, Iguaçu Falls is one of the world's impressive waterfalls. This is where the Iguaçu River descends 40 to 80 meters, depending on water flow, over the Paraná Plateau.   Iguaçu Falls is not one waterfall, but there are about...

Noise Cancellation

Scattered across New York City street poles are many 'Don't Honk' signs. Apparently honking is illegal and violators are subject to a USD 350 penalty. But is this law actually enforced?   Most people in New York City will hear honking. Usually in the background, but...

Skyline Trail

Tucked away in Canada's Maritime provinces is Cape Breton Island. This rugged and scenic island is part of Nova Scotia, and it is home to Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the Cabot Trail. The Cabot Trail is a scenic highway that circles Cape Breton Island and...

Peggys Cove Lighthouse

Built in 1914, Peggys Cove Lighthouse marks the eastern entrance of St. Margaret's Bay. This concrete octagonal lighthouse replaced an older wooden structure which was at this same site and established in 1868.   The lighthouse sits on top of a rock formation called...

30 Hudson Street

Completed in 2004, 30 Hudson Street is a 781 foot skyscraper in Jersey City. The 42 floor building is also known as the Goldman Sachs Tower, and it is the tallest building in New Jersey.   The building is part of Jersey City's Hudson River waterfront revitalization....

St. Petersburg Pier

The St. Petersburg Pier is a landmark of the City of St. Petersburg.  It extends into Tampa Bay and provides waterfront attractions to its many visitors. The Pier's highlight is a five-story inverted pyramid-shaped building.  Built in 1973, the building is home to the...

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