Charleston, South Carolina is one of America’s most haunted cites. Depending on the year, it is usually ranked number two in hauntings just after Savannah, Georgia. The city is over 350 years old. Being a city that is on the forefront of American history, the city has had plenty of events that have spawned stories of tragedy, crime, supernatural events. The best way to learn about the haunted and unusual history of Charleston is thru one of the many ghost tours operators. I was invited to check a Charleston ghost tour called On Death and Depravity: The Tour by Ghost City.
My quest to visit all 59 National Parks has taken many twists and turns. I didn’t know I was going to get a chance to visit the Virgin Islands National Park in St. John this year. I had a last minute opportunity to go so I jumped on the chance and took a flight over to St. Thomas then the ferry to St. John. The Virgin Islands National Park takes up the majority of St. John. This has limited the number of hotels and tourists on the island.
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Seoul, Korea is a massive metropolis. The city is made of up 25 gu, or districts. The Gangnam District, located south of the Han River, is one of the largest and most populated districts in the city of Seoul. Many people from around the world associate the Gangnam District with the viral video by South Korean singer Psy, but the district has much more to offer. Discover the Gangham District and use this quick guide to plan your itinerary. Check out this Seoul city guide to learn what to do whilst you’re in the city.
The capital of South Australia, Adelaide bears the name of Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, the queen consort to King William IV. Though some travelers pass over Adelaide in favor of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, or Perth, you shouldn’t ignore this dynamic Australian city. Adelaide features large swaths of parkland as well as some world-class museums and attractions. Discover the highlights of Adelaide as you plan your visit to South Australia.