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Zona Arqueológica de Chichén Itzá

Seeing the ancient ruins at Chichen Itza--lucky enough to have actually climbed up to the top!!! They were still allowing it back then

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Santiago | Santiago De Chile

I created a character named "Mr. Hippo" to entertain my son when he was a toddler. Mr. Hippo was from Santiago, Chile. I didn't know much about the place, but I became curious and now I want to visit someday!

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Ruby Falls

They say it never rains at Ruby Falls. Perhaps that's because it's a 145 waterfall located over 1100 feet below earth's surface. Located under Lookout Mountain, it the deepest publicly accessible waterfall in the United States.

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Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls Plunging over majestic red rocks and pooling into milky, turquoise water, it's easy to see why Havasu Falls is one of the most photographed waterfalls in the world. Wonder why I didn't go when I lived only a few hours away? dang...

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Chena Hot Springs Resort

A morning dip in Chena Hot Springs, Alaska. We got in right as they opened and had the entire place to ourselves for a half hour!

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Vịnh Hạ Long (Ha Long Bay)

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