Find out how one charity took it upon themselves to gather used hotel soaps, sterilize them, and reform them into new soaps that are used to fight sanitary diseases around the world.
Across the sea in the Faroe Islands there is a “lake above the sea.” Dubbed Trælanípa, meaning “slave cliff”, it was a place during the viking age where slaves would be pushed off the side to their demise. These days, this floating lake is a destination for the most intrepid travelers.
The Chocolate Hills are a naturally occurring geological formation found in the Bohol province of the Philippines. There are as many as 1,776 hills spread out over an area of 20 square miles. The hills are covered in green grass that turn brown once the rain stops, giving the hills their unique name. The hills […]