Places I’d Like to Go
Karijini National Park, Western Australia
The ancient town of Chefchaoen in northwest Morocco served as a refuge for Jews during the Spanish Reconquista in the Middle Ages. Jewish refugees who fled Europe during the 1930s revived their neighborhoods in Chefchaoen by using a blue tinted whitewash on their homes. The color caught on, and now much of the town appears washed in a light blue rinse.
Igloo rentals in Finland under the Northern Lights
Pamukkale, Turkey The bright blue pools of Pamukkale in Turkey look as if they're sitting atop piles of snow or cotton (hence the name, which is Turkish for Cotton Castle), but in reality the natural pools and terraces are formed by calcite deposits. The thermal pools, with temperatures of around 95 degrees and a number of healing minerals, are thought to have therapeutic qualities, so be sure to take a dip in the Sacred Pool if you visit. Ancient emperors and kings used to vacation at the pool