7 Disgusting Beaches to Never Ever Visit

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Salish Sea, U.S.A/ Canada

It’s probably best to avoid any beach along the coast of the Salish Sea that stretches from Seattle up to Vancouver. More than 15 severed human feet have washed up on its shores in a seven-year saga that’s been dubbed, “The Salish Sea Severed Foot Mystery.” Some of the feet have been identified as belonging to suicide jumpers while other have been reunited with their opposite limb, but there is still no explanation for the gruesome foot phenomenon. It did however; inspire an episode of the hit crime TV-show Bones called “The Feet on the Beach.”



Travel Destinations to Consider in 2019

Whether you’re looking to escape the cold winter weather or boiling summer heat or experience a different culture, there are endless potential travel destinations for you to choose from. But making the right decision may be challenging. Here are some of the top destinations throughout the world that you may want to consider visiting during 2019.

The Best Canadian Hockey Towns

Canada and hockey go together like peanut butter and chocolate. If you didn’t know that, you either don’t watch hockey or you’ve never been to Canada in the wintertime. Just like any sport, hockey has its hotbeds. Coincidentally, each and every one of the cities and towns mentioned in this article claims superiority. Mind you, in entirely different ways. Some cling to a long and storied history. Others flash around their laundry list of NHL alumni, current Hall of Famers, and future Hall of Famers. Today, we’ll take a look at the best of the best. Lace ‘em up, tape up your stick, and put the foil on. These are the best hockey towns in the Great White North.

Graduated Traveling: 13 Trips to Take After Graduating

While some may be anxious to jump into the workforce and get cracking on that career, as the old saying goes, “you can always make money, but you can’t always make memories.” Instead of diving into the online job ads, hit the travel sites then hit the open road or the friendly skies.