Monday, July 6, 2020

Kakamora Caves – mystery of the dwarf people

Makira Island (earlier - San Cristobal) is sparsely populated, jungle-covered island - possibly the wildest large Solomon Island. Most people here live in coastal...

Aramu Muru – the mystical portal

Some see here just an unfinished work of ancient stone masons. But many local legends tell something else - Aramu Muru is seen as...

Gunnuhver geothermal area

Nowadays Gunnuhver geothermal area is a field of steaming fumaroles and boiling mud pools. In the recent past here existed some geysers but some...

Chir Batti

Strange lights are seen over the vast plains south from Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, India. These are the weird Chir Batti - "ghost...

Somawathie Stupa

It happened in 1947 when Buddhist monk Sirimalwatte Piyaratana Thera with some other monks walked through the remote jungle in the northern part of...

Paasselkä devils

There was a time when locals living around Lake Paasselkä (earlier - Paasivesi) did not turn much attention to the lights hovering above this...

Pozo de las Animas – Well of Souls

Not too far from De Los Molles village, at the road are located two giant sinkholes - Pozo de las Ánimas. Sometimes the desert...

Meayll Hill (Mull Hill) Stone Circle

The original Manx name of the amazing Meayll Hill Stone Circle is Lhiaght ny Virragh - "cairn of the pointed rock". According to local...

Angel Oak

If there is a tree with its own character - Angel Oak is one. This is a highly unusual and sometimes even menacing tree....

Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens

One of the oldest existing plantations in the United States, founded in 1681. The stately plantation house was built in 1935-1936 in a Colonial...