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🥇 Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek in Nepal - Photos Part 1 by @iamyohann
Nepal, with some of the tallest mountains in the world, is one of the most popular country among the hikers community. Every year, thousands of people flock this place with different goals in mind. Some want to reach the summit of Everest, some want to make it to a base camp and others just want to trek and enjoy nature.Several years ago, my dad and I decided to spend a couple of weeks in Nepal. We didn't have any expectations, but there was one thing we wouldn't miss before leaving and that was to trek on the Himalaya range.
🥈 Casino Peak The Chocolate Hills Of Cebu by @gohenry
I am so proud of myself because I successfully made it. Out of twelve persons but only the seven of us who were able to pass it through. I can imagine to myself that the peak brought me to heaven. As they said, only 5 pesos fare needed then I can reach the sky. It was funny but it is true. The clear white clouds were unbelievable. I was able to see the other popular peak which is Osmena Peak. The islands were seen too and I can see the other province of Moalboal which was common in Sardines run and other beautiful white beaches. I
🥉 Äntu Sinijärv - the blue lake by @furious-one
Now what's so special about Äntu Sinijärv?It's the lake with the clearest water in Estonia. If you've red my posts before, you know we have forest rivers with brown tint, lakes so dark you don't know what kind of monsters live underwater and greenish brown seawater, which gets dark already a meter or two deeper. But not Äntu Sinijärv!The approximate expected visibility is 15 meters in this lake. But why approximate expected? Because the max depth is only 8 meters here.But the unusually clear water is due to powerful springs flowing through the lake, which is the reason why the temperatures don't rise above 10-15 degrees Celsius here even in midsummers. I love it!
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