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Jacob's Well in Wimberley, Texas. It's a significant karstic spring, the largest perennial spring in the Texas Hill Country. It flows from the most extensive underwater cave in Texas. 4m diameter mouth cave, descends vertically for about 10m, continuing from there at an angle as a series of chambers separated by narrow, often deeply silted and unstable necks, ultimately reaching a depth of at least 40m.
Giraffe Hotel, South Africa...what!
Yellowstone Hot Springs - Yellowstone, Montana
The Moeraki Boulders are a big attraction, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion. The boulders, some of which stand alone and some in clusters, can weigh several tons and measure 10 feet across. >>> Pretty neat, has anyone seen these?
Tahiti, French Polynesia
Ruby Falls Chattanooga, Tennessee. Only a few hours away!
The Alila Villas Uluwatu "eco resort" in Bali. by WOHA Designs.
THE TOWN WITH NO ROADS Giethoorn in Holland is a beautiful and quiet little village unique in that you will not find a single road in the entire town. Rather, it is connected by waterways and paths and some biking trails. Visitors are always welcomed and encouraged to rent an electric and noiseless Whisper Boat to explore this little piece of heaven on earth.
Claude Monet Garden, Giverny
"Rainforest Canyon." Taken in Oneonta Gorge, Oregon. Apparently it's just a few miles east of Multnomah Falls on the historic highway. The hike is great for all ages that can walk and it's about a half mile, but straight up a river and has a cool log jam. The canyon only gets about an hour of daylight to the floor, so if you want any warmth, start the hike at 11:45-12:15ish. There's a giant waterfall at the end, with a pool you can swim in.
Oneonta Gorge, Oregon