Travel Digest #874

in traveldigest •  2 months ago 

Introduction


Hi everyone @LivingUKTaiwan here with today's #traveldigest. How are things in your country now? Are you able to go out yet? If so, why not share your travel with everyone, we'd love to read about it. And if you do, did you know we have a Haveyoubeenhere and Pinmapple community on Hive https://peakd.com/c/hive-163772/created where you can post your travel posts. Just remember to pin it on Pinmapple for greater exposure and support! Check us out!!!


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🥇 Evening in Potohar Region by @lifeskills-tv

Mainly Potohar region is a unique terrein having mountains and some of them are mud mountains. Over all potohar is very beautiful region and very rich in culture and history. I always love to explore this area and see these places. So I reached there in evening and place was beautiful and sunset was amazing. As this place is remote and road access is not very good so not a crowded place which is good. At dam no commercial boating activity so another good thing.

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🥈 Madurodam: Den Haag NETHERLANDS by @bengy

Madurodam is one this quaint little places that is one of the sort of "must-visit" locations when you have kids. Situated just north of the Den Haag (The Hague) city centre, on the way to the Schveningen beach, it is an easy bike ride or public transport ride from the central station in Den Haag. We had visited it once before when my relatives were out visiting us, but the other family found it quite boring... whilst our girls were completely fascinated. However, we took the hint and hurried through... making the promise to visit sometime in the future when it would just be our little family.

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🥉 Alcova Dam - Wondrous Wyoming by @viking-ventures

Our first stop was Alcova Dam. Here, you can see the spillway, stained red with the iron-rich sediment that's so common in this part of the state. This dam was completed in 1937, having cost $20 million. In addition to the power generated at the plant (below) which serves 8000 homes in the region, the dam serves to feed the irrigation canal that flows from here to Casper, 30 miles NE of here.

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Honorable Mentions

  • Hike, Smarna Gora, Slovenia by @crazy-andy
  • Beach, Porto, Portugal by @portugalcoin
  • Temple, Kulai, Malaysia by @cherryng
  • Sports, Kawarau Gorge, New Zealand by @livinguktaiwan
  • Moutain, Cebu, Philippines by @ybanezkim26
  • Walk, Treviso, Italy by @alequandro


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      Thanks pinmapple team.

      Your welcome @lifeskills-tv

      In many countries travel within the country is allowed but crossing borders is a totally different matter. The other important thing is that many rather stay home then to expose themselves to unnecessary risks.
      I'd say it's too early to travel yet.
      Nice compilation by the way.

      Hopefully we can slowly ease back into normality without risking ourselves. Take care!

      You too and looking forward to reading those awesome compilations.

      Thanks @pinmapple and #traveldigest. Appreciated :)

      Nice one @cherryng!