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Archaeologists Say New Airport Near Machu Picchu “Would Destroy It”
Machu Picchu is one of the world's most breathtaking sites. But it's in danger of ruin, as a new airport would bring in loads more tourists.
Austrian McDonald’s Locations Now Officially Serve As Mini U.S. Embassies
While Austrian McDonald's employees won't be able to print you a new U.S. passport, they'll provide consular services like reporting a stolen or lost document and providing travel assistance.
33 Facts About Canada That Reveal The Country Of Human Toe Cocktails And Bathtub Races
These fun facts about Canada present a country much more eclectic — and weirder — than you may have ever thought.
Frenchman Completes 4-Month-Long Voyage Across The Atlantic In A Giant Barrel
The 72-year-old spent four months at sea in the unusual vessel and brought a fishing rod, foie gras, and wine on his trip.
The Historic Village Of Story, Indiana Has A Population Of Three — And It Could Be Yours
The tiny town of Story is historic, peaceful, and is on the market for just $3.8 million
Spanish Ghost Villages Arise As Economic Crisis Forces Abandonment
The abandoned villages are so affordable that even Gwyneth Paltrow listed one on Goop's holiday gift guide.
The World’s Largest Underwater Restaurant Just Opened In Norway — And It’s Breathtaking
"Under" is the world's largest underwater restaurant and is submerged 16 feet in the North Sea.
Meet the Desert Rain Frog, The Squeaky Amphibian That Broke the Internet
At 2.5 inches with stubby legs and a squeaky-toy squeal, you've seen or heard nothing like the desert rain frog.
American Trophy Hunter Sparks Outrage After Visiting Pakistan To Kill Endangered Goat
In 2011, Pakistan's markhor population reached a worrisome low of 2,500. Officials responded by banning local poachers from hunting them while welcoming foreigner trophy hunters like Bryan Harlan.
Niihau: Hawaii’s “Forbidden Island” Without Paved Roads, Plumbing, Or Police
Purchased by a wealthy Scottish widow in 1864, the family-owned island is committed to preserving its natural and cultural history — perhaps at a dangerous cost.
Forrest Fenn Hid A Treasure Chest Worth Millions In The Rockies — And People Have Died Looking For It
Just a 24-line poem in his memoir serves as a clue to the treasure's location.