It seems hard to believe that with over 7.5 billion people living on Earth there are still places that we are content to leave abandoned. There are many reasons why people abandon a building or a place, but one thing is certain — eventually nature will take back what human beings created.
There are some folks who believe that going on a cruise is the best possible vacation that a person can have. It mixes the adventures of being at sea with all the amenities you could ever want, plus some interesting shore excursions to explore the region’s most fascinating monuments and historical sites.
A lot of people really come alive when celebrating all things undead on October 31st. Whether you simply enjoy candy corn and themed movies, or you live to be scared out of your mind, why not hit the road this Halloween to experience something a little different?
If you’ve been reading the news lately, you can probably tell that there’s very little likelihood that Donald Trump will be elected President. At the time of writing, Trump (thankfully) had a mere 12.5% chance of being elected to the highest office in the land, according to popular election blog FiveThirtyEight.
While some people revel in the candy and the cute costumes, others just can’t celebrate Halloween without being scared out of their skin. For those who need a bit of adrenaline in their Halloween experience, these haunted houses are for you! They’ve been rated some of the best, most terrifying attractions in the United States, and will prey on every little fear you’ve ever had.
Zika virus is the most troubling health issue that has affected our planet in a long time. While most people in the United States were unaware of Zika before the lead up to the Summer Olympics in August 2016, it is still a major problem for South and Central America, where the majority of cases are concentrated.