Five Most Unusual Places on Earth

As a travel bug, I am a desperate vagabond ready to conquer the highest peak, submerge into the deepest depths and steal the concealed secrets of the world. New wonders and amazing places are discovered everyday either by professional explorers or leisure travelers, that truly give us a hint that world is filled with bewitching wonders.
Sometimes you do not have to actually visit the place but try to visualize it from a person’s imagination has actually been there.
Therefore I have compiled a list of tough-to-believe places starting from pink lakes, tulip fields or stunning lavender, breath-taking canyons and mountains which are often described as bold, vibrant, desolate and sublime from some true spirited travelers around the world.

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Can you imagine a tunnel to be a love spot? Well this possible if you happen to visit this place in Klevan, Ukraine. The path is a three kilometer railway section that leads to the fibreboard factory. The train runs three times a day and delivers wood to the factory.
One of the striking feature about the place are the trees that makes a green corridor that attracts couples from all over the world as well as amateur photographers like me for its eye-catching visual. I hope to visit this place someday.

Tulip Fields, Netherlands

This truly fascinated me because I was enthralled to know about the Tulip Fields from my Dutch Facebook friend. Netherlands has been in extravagant bloom from the moment first tulip was first planted in Dutch soil in 1593.
With this the Dutch have converted the tulip fields revamping the entire horticulture industry and turning the lowland fields into a blanket of bloom.

Salar de Uyuni: World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia

Located in the southwestern Bolivia, it is the largest salt flat in the world. Amazingly even a hotel has also been constructed here. It is spread at an incredible 6,575 square miles flat that serves as a home to shallow lake, gorgeous lakes, clouds and Bolivian animals.
The Salar de Uyuni was created naturally when a prehistoric lake dried up and left behind its salty crust surface. When it rains the salty crust turns into a giant mirror and a walk across its surface looks like a trek across the moon.

Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Hitachi Seaside Park resembles a palette of colors that keeps on changing from season to another making it all year round paradise. It is popularly known as the flower paradise of Japan, this place is less than two hours from Tokyo.
During spring, these baby-blue flowers known as nemophilas bloom all over the park and looks like as though standing in the middle of powdery blue goodness.
Not only have these, there are clusters of cotton ball like shrubs blanket across the park. As the summer changes to fall, these “cotton balls” turn into crimson color just like apple-flavor cotton candy. Even the river of flowers is simply amazing to watch.

Mount Roraima

Mount Roraima is truly a noteworthy creation and one of the tallest Pakaraima chain in South America. Since it is the oldest mountain formations on Earth, it forms a natural border between Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela in South America. Various plant species atop this mountain are found nowhere else earth. It is also known as Roraima Tepui or Cerro Roraima.
These hand-picked versions are truly epic proportions and take the cake when it comes to their awe-inspiring beauty. Share with us if you know about other unbelievable places on Earth.

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  1. Hola! Tengo una pecera de 40 lts con distintas especies de peces hoy compre una pareja de peces angel en un achairo,uoy limpiamos la pecera un poco antes de meter a los peces angel y al menos de tres horas murieron me gustaria saber por que? Y que hacer para evitarlo GRACIAS!!! ^-^

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