They claim to be “The definitive map of the world’s extraordinary sights“. I’d definitely agree! Continue reading Awesome! Atlas Obscura Now Has An iOS App!
One of my favorite sites is Atlas Obscura. Atlas Obscura claims to be, “the definitive guide to the world’s hidden wonders.” I’d agree with their claim as on the site we’ve found lots of interesting and off the beaten path things to visit over the years.
During our visit to Iceland, we came across a somewhat bizarre attraction that I wanted to check out as long as it wasn’t really out of the way.
As some of you may know, Bobby Fischer is probably one of the most famous chess players in the world. Continue reading Searching For Bobby Fischer in Iceland
While planning our trip, I decided on visiting Evora primarily due to one ghoulish site. I came across Portugal’s Chapel of Bones (Capella Dos Ossos) through one of my favorite sites, Atlas Obscura. Continue reading A Visit To The Ghoulish Bones Chapel In Evora, Portugal
The prize includes a guided tour to this country rarely visited by tourists and a gift card to be used towards flights.
We’ve wanted to visit Turkmenistan for a while primarily to check out the Gates of Hell (a gas crater which has been burning since 1971) so I’d love to win this prize. However, due to the dates of the tour, I won’t be entering. Continue reading Win A Trip For Two To Turkmenistan From Atlas Obscura!
In a little over a week, Kim, Lucas and I will be heading off on probably our biggest trip of the year.
On Christmas Day, I had what could be considered the best flight connection ever. During a stop in Atlanta (on the way to Jamaica) I booked tickets to Abu Dhabi from NYC for $232.53 each.
During our trip, we’ll be visiting Abu Dhabi, other Emirates and a few other countries in the region. It’s going to be really hot but we’re still looking forward to our trip! Continue reading In the UAE, Falcons Get Passports