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Exploring Lost Worlds (PHOTOS)

Posted: 03/18/2012 9:00 am

This year, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic adventure novel "The Lost World," celebrates its centenary.

Recalling the vivid and exotic images Doyle painted of South America has got us thinking about the places in today's world that still hark back to an age of strange, unexplored lands.

For those of you who yearn to wander back in history and venture somewhere steeped in mystery and intrigue, these are our Black Tomato picks for Doyle-esque modern day adventuring. Minus the dinosaurs.

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Mount Rinjani, Indonesia
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Those who choose to venture further afield from the blissful beaches of Indonesia's more popular holiday spots should prepare to be rewarded with views of quiet, mist-swathed lands dotted with crumbling temples and hidden deep in the island's interior. Dusk gives Lombok's Mount Rinjani's cratered top an altogether more prehistoric feel as its pools turn to flames of orange, red and gold in the fiery setting sun.
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