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A waterfall in New Hampshire's White Mountains.

Photo of the Week: A Blissful Waterfall in New Hampshire

I love waterfalls! It really doesn’t matter how big or small they are, whether a lot of water goes over them or just a little; I really just love looking at them and listening to the beautiful sound of rushing water. A fe...
by Jim Cheney
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The beautiful Alps near Meiringen, Switzerland.

Photo of the Week: High in the Swiss Alps

Back in 2006, I went to Europe on my first backpacking trip. My wife and I spent 6.5 weeks touring through the continent at what can only be described as a blistering pace. However, we did slow things down a bit to visit some f...
by Jim Cheney
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The view of Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls from the platform of "Behind the Falls".

Photo of the Week: The Majesty of Niagara Falls

This past week I was able to visit Niagara Falls for the first time in my life. While there are many impressive ways to see the falls, the viewing platform for Journey Behind the Falls on the Canadian side is definitely the mos...
by Jim Cheney
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As you make the trek to Asah Waterfall, you pass several small local villages, giving you a great feel for the island's culture.

Photo of the Week: Living in a Malaysian Paradise

Sitting off the eastern coast of Malaysia lies the island of Tioman. Unlike more popular islands such as Langkawi or the Perhentians, Tioman has managed to keep a relaxed and undeveloped feel, despite the increasing number of ...
by Jim Cheney
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How to ruin your travels

Photo of the Week: An Annoyed Lion at Tiger Kingdom

Every day, dozens of people visit Tiger Kingdom in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai excited to see and pet some of the world’s most ferocious beasts. Stepping into the cage with a full grown tiger is an experience tha...
by Jim Cheney
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Staring up at St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia.

Photo of the Week: Moscow’s Saint Basil’s Cathedral

Of all Russia’s iconic buildings, none are more easily recognized than the colorful Saint Basil’s Cathedral. Constructed between 1555 and 1561, Saint Basil’s was built to commemorate the Russian defeat of Kaza...
by Jim Cheney
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