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Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia - It is an area of idyllic white-sand beaches, placid lagoons and hidden coves with suitable accommodation choices and fishing and diving facilities. A major drawcard for visitors is the four-day Bay of Fires Walk organised by the Bay of Fires Lodge and conducted by experienced guides.
Victoria Falls in Africa - when I first saw these falls I was utterly impressed. Turned out what I glimpsed through the trees was only a small part of the falls. Over a mile wide and 100 metres high, these are some amazing cascades. When you're there make sure you do the rafting. Class 4 and 5 all the way (and one class 6 which you walk around) - the BEST!
Door in Sana'a, the capital of Yemen and one of the most fascinating in the Arab world with its unique architecture, bustling souqs, friendly inhabitants and lack of tourists.
Jiblah Mosque, Yemen - There are many areas of the world where travel has been difficult or impossible for decades. These destinations are still places of wonder and undiscovered treasures. This heritage is in danger of disappearing forever.