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What to do in Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park has been worn down by wind and rain for thousands of years and it now offers one of the most beautiful and unique sights in the entire world. The Bryce Amphitheatre is jaw-dropping, the sunrise and sunset viewpoints otherworldly, and best of all, you can drive

Inside the Antelope Slot Canyon

Wandering inside the Antelope Slot Canyon is kind of going into an unknown but wondrous world where the sun makes a stunning chiaroscuro on every slit that opens up like slithering waves carved and perfected by time. These are just a few photos I’m showing you for now. I’m kinda

PHOTOS: Grand Canyon Sunrise is Magic

The Grand Canyon Sunrise is one of the things you would never regret waking up early. I woke up at 4:15 in the morning. Yes, that early! I left my campsite at 4:35. The first shuttle bus was at 4:30 and I reckoned it’s gonna pass by Mather Campground at

Is Sedona the Most Beautiful City in America?

The Tourism office of Sedona claims the red rock city as the most beautiful city in the world. I’d say, it’s the most beautiful city in America. I mean, it’s like “Wow, it’s beautiful,” not like “OMG! It’s beautiful!” It doesn’t have the appeal of New York nor the glamour

Rock Climbing at The Grotto

Back in the third world where I come from, a grotto is not synonymous to a cave or cove. It’s associated with a man-made, artificial cave-like concrete structure with a statue of the Virgin Mary in it, surrounded by tiny statuettes of children and angels venerating the immaculate woman. There’s
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