December 15, 2017

Thrill-Seeking Photographer Describes What It’s Like to Be Inside an Active Volcano

#heavenandhell: 600 Meters inside this #volcano , I felt how wonderful, powerful and destructive #nature is. A #livechangingexperience for me, which truly made me realize how fortunate I am to be living my dreams. Still waiting to live yours?!? #dontdreamitdoit #liveforthestory A post shared by Ulla Lohmann (@ullalohmann) on Sep 4, 2017 at 3:10am PDT Photographer Ulla Lohmann is a thrill-seeker.

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December 1, 2017

Tokyo “Rescue Bus” Picks Up Tipsy Commuters Who Fell Asleep on Train and Missed Their Stop

It’s 1am on a Saturday night, you’ve been out on the town, and somehow you’ve managed to catch the last train home. One hour later though, you wake up to realize that you’ve dozed off and missed your stop. Don’t worry—we’ve all been there. It’s a circumstance familiar with any regular party-goer, which is why the Nishi Tokyo Bus Company set up the Nesugoshi Kyusai bus, aka the “Oversleeping Rescue Bus.

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November 24, 2017

8 Amazing Hotels Around the World That Double as Art Museums

When it comes to planning a trip, there are two types of travelers: those interested in immersive experiences, and those ready to rest and relax. Aiming to please both parties, hotels around the world often exhibit an artistic approach to hospitality. Many showcase snazzy interiors, others exhibit stunning sculptures, and some even double as art museums! Combing culture with comfort, these art hotels invite guests to mingle with masterpieces by some of the world's most well-known artists.

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November 9, 2017

10+ Different Types of Houses Found in Countries Around the World

Throughout history, people have fabricated shelters that fit their surroundings. With a universal set of criteria in mind—including access to tools, availability of materials, and type of climate—individuals from all over the world constantly reinterpret, reimagine, and redefine the concept of home. To many of us, a home is a four-walled fixture on a permanent foundation. But to others, it is a snowy sanctuary, a hidden cave, or even a floating boat.

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