Another day of great places and stories around the globe to read about! This time we have great stories from The Philippines, Argentina, Kenya, India, Italy, Greece, Malaysia and Spain - So a little bit of everything! - Enjoy ;)
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🥇 Never go full Jack-o-lantern in Hollowland by @ladyrainbow
Well the title is a lie, do go full Jack-o lantern, I take it back! Come with me? But enter at your own risk, only if you think you can handle my pumpkin demons of horrors. I hate pumpkin spice everything including the smell and don't celebrate Halloween, at least not since I have outgrown the type of cuteness needed to knock on random doors looking for free candy and actually get some. This time of year doesn't particular have much of anything exciting revolving around the two intertwined fall favorites, I mostly ignore all the hype. Don't worry I'm not a jerk, I still hand out candy!
🥈 Visit Wat Santhiwanaram, Temple in a rural community, Chiang Mai, Thailand. by @kriang3teejoe
Hello everyone. This post, I take everyone to visit the temples in my district. My district has many temples and this temple is one of the temples I want to share with everyone. This temple is called Wat Santhiwanaram. Wat Santhiwanaram's original name was Wat Nong Phak Nam. There is no information on when this temple was built. But Wat Santhiwanaram was established as a temple in A.D. 1987 or 36 years ago. And received royal granting of the land to the particular temple by announcing in royal decree in A.D. 1998. Wat Santhiwanaram is rural community temple. Which is located on a rural road in the Mae Kha Subdistrict community. So traveling to this temple, we will see many natural views. But most of them are farms of local people, such as fields. And there is an important river, the Fang River.
🥉 The Imer Dumpling Festival and walk in the Fosne Meadows - Discovering Italy with alequandro! by @alequandro
Hi everyone! A few weeks ago I attended the dumpling festival for the first time in Imer, a charming village in the heart of the Italian Dolomites. The festival takes place every year at the end of September, and this year I decided to participate to live an authentic experience of Trentino cuisine and culture. Arriving in Imer, the mountain landscape was simply breathtaking. The peaks of the Dolomites surrounded the village, and the fresh air was a welcome relief from the hot summer days. The scent of burnt wood and spices hung in the air, a sign that the dumpling festival was in full swing.
- The Shrine of Manghopir, crocodiles and hot water spring spot, Karachi, Pakistan by @rosecane
- Cozy paradise of autumn Kesme Boazi, Turkey by @olga.maslievich
- Beldibi Mağarası Bay, Turkey by @darine.darine
- A natural Swimming Pool at Punta del Hidalgo, Teneriffe, Spain by @acont
- A fusion of ancient and modern architecture, Valladolid, Spain by @duvinca
- The White Sand Public Beach in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, The Philippines by @kellyane
- Atatürk Museum, Izmir, Turkey by @incublus
- The Citadel, Dinant, Belgium by @triplug
- Villa de leyva, Colombia by @paoberroeta12
- Visiting the iconic Space Needle, Seattle, The US by @travelshots
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