The second in the series on mountains and volcanoes I've met around the world, not necessarily the most famous or tallest, just beautiful mountain sce...
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You don't have to own a fancy computerized telescope or hold a degree in the planetary sciences to enjoy a simple night of stargazing. Here, peep the ...
These amazing destinations get me excited about all the possibilities and all the experiences that can be found around the world for a safari-lover like me.
With about 0.59 inches of rain a year the Atacama, high in the Andes Mountains of northern Chile, is the driest place on Earth, and very likely its oldest desert, going back 3 million years.
The driest place on Earth is a dramatic landscape of surreally fiery red canyons, grassy gorges, turquoise thermal lakes, cerulean lagoons and steaming geysers. Chile's Atacama looks like an alien planet (but it's a whole lot easier to get to).
Extraordinary things are extraordinary because they don't come along every day let alone three in a week.
Extreme weather is in the air.
The following satellite photo shows South America's Atacama Desert region -- known as one of the driest places on Ea...
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