A place of wonder and amazement, the Petrified Forest National Park reveals timeless fossils, beautiful scenery and an extensive natural exhibit of colorful petrified wood. Tourists travel from around the world to see this amazing display of nature that has been frozen in time.
If you’re a regular reader of travel blogs, you may already know about Travel Supermarket’s Capture the Colour competition. The idea behind it is travel bloggers post five images that capture the colours Blue, Green, Yellow, White and Red, link to Travel Supermarket and then tag five other bloggers to carry on the relay.
Love it or loathe it, the word staycation is here to, erm, stay. Used more and more frequently in the last few years, staycation describes a vacation in or near home, or within your own country.
Okay, so the link fest isn’t exactly happening every week, but I dare say you’re not too bothered. It’s more about sharing a selection of cool news stories and features that I think you’ll enjoy on a slow moving Friday afternoon that never seems to be nearing the end.
Hoping to follow the extremely successful example established by NYC’s High Line Park, Philadelphia has launched a plan to convert the abandoned Reading Viaduct into an elevated green area.
If I were to tell you how many people looked at me with shock and horror when I told them I spent a week in Pakenham (about an hour south east of Melbourne) recently you wouldn’t believe me. It was pretty much everyone.
This week, the Supreme Court in India has banned tourism in tiger reserves across the country in a further attempt to protect the endangered big cats. But, despite their good intentions, there is growing concern that the ruling will do more harm than good.