Places Around the World
Exploring the World
Stonehenge's Mysterious Ancient Astronomy Explained
Stonehenge is one of the few wonders of the world and there have been many explanations for it's existence. Take a look back at what the mysterious super structure hides in it's design.
Swimming in Red Wine at a Japanese Theme Park
This Japanese theme park has filled it's hot springs with red wine for you to splash around in. Hakone Kowakien Yunessun also includes other springs filled with other popular beverages if you're not a fan of reds.
Is the Radiation on Mars Deadly?
Mars is constantly being bombarded with space radiation that could cause cancer. But how bad is this radiation and what does it mean for future space exploration.
Vertical Zip Line is a Guaranteed Adrenaline Rush
This insane vertical zip line is guaranteed to pump up your adrenaline thanks to it's vertigo inducing fall. The aptly named Tower Jump can be found at the Pattaya Park Tower.
Beautiful Vertical Garden in Columbia
Check out this massive vertical garden covering a building in Columbia. The entire structure is covered in over 150,000 plants made up of 10 different species.
The Best Water Slides are Found in Dubai
If you're a fan of water slides, and who's not? then you want to head on over to Dubai. The desert nation is home to some insane water slides for the aqua addicts out there.
Getting Around Town by Boat in Holland
You don't need roads where we're going that's because we're heading to the Dutch town of Giethoorn in Holland. The place was built with no roads, only waterways and bridges to connect the 2,400 residents.
New York City Today vs 90 Years Ago
Take a look at how New York City has changed since the 1930's with this side by side comparison. The video shows classic footage revealing how much has changed and how much is still the same.
Visiting the Museum of Failure
The Museum of Failure is a real place in Helsingborg, Sweden that documents the world's failures. It houses the greatest commercial failures that never made it big despite the big names behind them.
The Breathtaking Rainbow Garden of Japan
An hour's drive outside of Tokyo you'll find Ashikaga Flower Park which is home to Japan's oldest and largest wisteria. The park is a year round attraction with seasonal plants guaranteeing beautiful scenery to rest your eyes.
Understanding Airport Runway Numbers
Every airport in the world has a set of numbers painted on them and they all follow the same rules. Take a look at what these numbers mean and how they are used by pilots.
A Hidden Underground City in Turkey
The Cappadocia region in Turkey had an ancient city called Derinkuyu hidden underground for centuries until it was discovered by accident. During the 1960's a man doing renovations discovered the entrance when he knocked down a wall in his basement.
Massive Exploding Water Pipe
Watch as this underground water pipe explodes rupturing the earth and sending debris everywhere in Kiev, Ukraine. The massive burst must have had a lot of power to move that much earth.
Apple Park After 1 Year
Apple's massive new campus has been in construction for a little over a year now and the place is truly awe inspiring. Take a look at this giant place from a drone's eye view.
Brazil's Bonkers Swimming Hole
This natural swimming hole in Brazil is perfect if you're the crazy type. The hole is surrounded by volcanic rocks and the ocean and is only accessible by jumping.