Travel Digest #936

in Haveyoubeenhere4 months ago

Introduction


Hi everyone, it's @lizanomadsoul here with the Monday edition of the #traveldigest.

Another day of great places and stories around the globe to read about! This time we have great stories from USA, Bangladesh, the UK, Japan, Russia, India, Norway, the Philippines, Pakistan, France and Spain - So a little bit of everything! - Enjoy 😉


All featured posts are visible on the Editors Choice Map and upvoted by @pinmapple, @blocktrades, @theycallmedan and the curation trail. For more travel digests check out #traveldigest.


Our winners today 🍍


🥇 Underground tour, Seattle, USA - Travel #58 by @vegoutt-travel

One of the most fascinating things about Seattle is there is an entire city underground. That's right, directly below the central business district of Seattle is an underground city. On June 6th, 1889, Seattle was engulfed in flames, known as the Great Seattle Fire. Previous to this horrific event, Seattle was prone to frequent flooding from Elliott bay's high tide. The city's council used this tragic event to rebuild their city. A decision was made to regrade the town’s streets one to two stories higher.

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🥈 My California - The Final Days of My Kings Canyon Adventure by @derekrichardson

After my trip to the Sphinx lakes, I decided to hang out for a couple of extra days and check out a few more spots in Kings Canyon National Park. I had stayed the night at the Sentinal campground in Cedar Grove and in the morning I headed over to the Hotel creek trail for a short hike up to the Cedar Grove overlook. The hike was mostly through a burn zone, making it pretty hot and sun exposure. But the awesome views overlooking Kings Canyon made it totally worth it!!

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🥉 Matarbari Shrimp Project || A day long tour by @tasri

Who doesn't like traveling? I think it will be hardly found any young person who doesn’t do it. I like traveling so much that when I was a child, my father or others would take me somewhere to vent my anger or convince me. That habit is still with me.I like to take my friends for a walk whenever I get a chance.. even in the name of private study, we sometimes leave the hostel and go for a short tour.

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Honorable Mentions

  • Tales of the Urban Explorer: The Nag's Head, Alderley Edge, UK by @slobberchops
  • TacoCat’s Travels #70 (Japan 2.0): TV Stars for a Day!, Tokyo, Japan by @taco.cat
  • A Quick Look At Durdle Door, Dorset, UK by @mudcat36
  • There is no holy place, Ivanovo, Russia by @chanych85
  • Aesthetic Agra Fort in the shadow of the TajMahal!, Agra, India by @team07
  • Dalsnuten: Great day on a small peak, Dalsnuten Mountain, Norway by @koenau
  • Trip to Napittachora and the fountains, Napittachora, Bangladesh by @shangkar
  • Go Skate Day, Cebu, Philippines by @scubahead
  • Rawalpindi Railway Station Since 1881, Saddar, Pakistan by @lifeskills-tv
  • Hike to Ouvrage de Janus, Montgenèvre, France by @partitura
  • A very exotic bay and beach in the north, Mallorca, Spain by @katrin-lux
  • Carmel Beach West Coast of California, Murray, USA by @kohsamui99


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