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Anecdote Popcorn Beach – A Unique Tourist Attraction That Looks Good Enough to Eat

Fuerteventura, the second largest of Spains Canary Islands is mostly known for its white sandy beaches, but few people know that this island also hosts one of the worlds most stunning attractions, a b……
2019-06-10 5 Read more

Anecdote Please Don’t Step on the Fish! Vietnam’s Unique Flooded Cafe

Animal cafes where you can enjoy a hot cup of coffee and pet cute animals like cats, dogs or even sheep have been springing up all over the world, but Amix Coffee is the only cafe in the world where y……
2019-05-23 5 Read more

Anecdote South Korean Cafe Makes You Feel Like You’re in an A-Ha Music Video

Cafe Yeonnam-dong 239-20 is a uniquely-designed cafe in Seouls Yeonnam-dong district that makes visitors feel like theyve miraculously steeped into a cartoon or a comic. Remember the song Take on Me b……
2019-05-11 2 Read more

Anecdote Japan’s Unusual Obsession with Moss

As a very insular society, Japan has developed a culture that can be very interesting and sometimes bizarre to the outside observer. For example, in recent years, many Japanese have become infatuated……
2019-03-29 6 Read more

Anecdote The Creeping Devil – A Unique Cactus That Kills Parts of Itself to Move Across the Desert

The Creeping Devil is a rare and fascinating species of cactus that is not only capable of cloning itself to survive, but also of detaching from its major shoot to move through the desert over time. A……
2019-02-11 9 Read more

Anecdote China’s Smallest Mountain Is Less Than 1 Meter High, Looks More Like a Big Rock

If youre looking for the worlds easiest mountain to climb, head to Shouguang, in Chinas Shandong Province, where youll find Jingshan, the smallest mountain in the country, and probably the world. It m……
2019-01-16 13 Read more

Anecdote Thai Death-Themed Cafe Wants Visitors to Appreciate Life More

From cat cafes to toilet cafes and even cafes dedicated to female thighs, themed cafes are all the rage these days. Usually, entrepreneurs go for funny or exciting themes to attract as many people as……
2019-01-16 8 Read more

Anecdote Someone Dropped a Life-Size Jason Vorhees Statue to the Bottom of a Lake to Freak Out Scuba Divers

Imagine scuba-diving in the peaceful waters of a picturesque lake and coming face to face with Friday the 13th killer Jason Vorhees. Its not the plot of a horror flick, but an actual possibility, than……
2019-01-10 9 Read more

Anecdote This Tree in Germany Has Been Helping People Find Love for Over a Century

The Bridegrooms Oak, a 500-year-old tree just outside of Eutin, in Germany, has its own postal address and actually receives around 40 letters every day. They are sent by love seekers from all around……
2019-01-10 7 Read more

Anecdote The Loneliest Tree on Earth – A Fascinating Tale of Survival

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, a Sitka Spruce growing on New Zealands southernmost subarctic island, is the loneliest and most remote tree on Earth. Not only is it the only tree on C……
2019-01-10 7 Read more

Anecdote Unique Russian Cafe Lets Patrons Decorate the Walls with Plasticine

The Didu Cafe in Moscow, is one of the most interesting-looking cafes in the world. Its walls are covered with over 140,000 colorful plasticine figurines made by visitors over the years. Its also home……
2018-12-14 21 Read more

Anecdote America’s Smallest and Loneliest Town Has a Population of Exactly 1

Welcome to Monowi, Nebraska, population 1. According to 2010 U.S. Census data, Monowi is the only incorporated town in the country with only one resident. As the only person living in Monowi, 84-year-……
2018-12-14 9 Read more

Anecdote Kihnu – The Estonian Island Where Women Are in Charge

There is a piece of Estonian land where men are a very rare sight. The island of Kihnu, located in the Baltic Sea, seven miles off the country’s west coast, is a domain ruled by women. This quaint pla……
2018-11-28 14 Read more

Anecdote Mystery Surrounding Ancient City Build Atop Coral Reefs Leaves Scientists Baffled

In a remote region of the western Pacific, just north of the equator, lies the ruins of the ancient and enigmatic city of Nan Madol. The magnificent ruin, built in a lagoon on the east side of Microne……
2018-11-25 9 Read more

Anecdote World’s First Holiday Resort for Plus-Sized Tourists Features Reinforced Beds, Extra-Wide Chai

Known as a sanctuary for plus-sized people looking to have a good time without feeling embarrassed about their weight, The Resort is believed to be the worlds first and only vacationing retreat for th……
2018-11-24 6 Read more

Anecdote The Old Motorcycle Worshiped as a Deity in India

In the Indian state of Rajasthan, some 50 km from the city of Jodhpur, along National Highway 65, there is a temple. That, in itself, is not unusual, as temples are virtually everywhere in India, but……
2018-11-07 9 Read more

Anecdote Costa Rica’s Turquoise River – A Natural Optical Illusion

Up until four years ago, Rio Celeste, a 14-kilometer river in Costa Rica’s Alajuela province,was a complete mystery to scientists, who could not understand why its waters hadan unusual turquoise……
2018-11-06 6 Read more

Anecdote Hallerbos – The Blue Forest of Belgium

Most times of the year, Hallerbos is a beautiful but unremarkable forest in central Belgium, near Brussels. However, in mid-April and all through May, it turns into the Blue Forest, a fairytale-like n……
2018-11-04 7 Read more

Anecdote Swiss Village Bans Tourists from Taking Photos Because It’s Too Beautiful

Located in the Swiss Alps, near the famous resort of St. Moritz, the commune of Bergün/Bravuogn is one of the most beautiful mountain villages in Europe. So beautiful, in fact, that photos of it……
2018-11-03 12 Read more

Anecdote The World’s Largest Residential Cruise Ship Takes Community-at-Sea on Perpetual Vacation

Wouldn’t it be great if you could travel to the most exciting destinations on Earth without the hassle of packing and unpacking, or ever having your dream vacation end? Well, for the few dozen r……
2018-10-30 7 Read more

Anecdote Couple Spend 25 Years Turning Barren Patch of Land into Paradise of Biodiversity

In 1991, Anil and PamelaMalhotra bought a 55 acres of unused farmland in Karnataka, India, and started planting native trees on it. Over the last 25 years, their small forest has turned into a 300-acr……
2018-10-27 8 Read more