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    Borneo Rainforest Canopy Walkway by Jollence Lee

    Palau’s Jellyfish Lake once had an outlet to the sea, but is now connected to the ocean through fissures and tunnels in the surrounding limestone. Millions of jellyfish were trapped in the basin when sea levels dropped, and over time they evolved into a species that have lost the ability to sting because they don’t have to fight off predators. Jellyfish Lake is a snorkeling and swimming extravaganza where you can get up close and personal with an estimated 10 million jellyfish.

    Rainforest Canopy Walkway, Borneo

    Bucket list. Bucket list.

    White Cliffs of Dover

    Zhangjiajie National Park @ China


    Normandy. (by kostyasticky, via Flickr)

    Java, Indonesia

    Slovenian Caves - the Grand Canyon of the underground.

    Pongua Falls, Vietman

    Leshan Giant Buddha. #china #buddha

    The Leopold Canal in Zelzate, Belgium

    Patagonia, Argentina

    Khao Luang Caves, Phetchaburi, Thailand

    Starfish Beach, Cayman Islands

    Framed map with pins--map 3 bucks on amazon!

    Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine on a 500,000 mile journey around the world

    Gaiola Bridge, Naples / Italy

    The Forgotten Temple of Lysistrata, Portugal

    Buddha at Ngyen Khag Taktsang Monastery

    One of my favorite beaches in the world. (Railay, Thailand)

    I admit this is beautiful but... seriously? Yeah let's go to Paris, get married and make a cute little indie video of it. WHATEVER.

    The Crystal Lagoon - the largest outdoor pool in the world. I want to swim in that.