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The Mystery of Stonehenge

Who erected these giant, ancient stones in a ring on the English countryside? How did they do it, and more importantly, why? Does Stonehenge belong on the Bucket List? That’s one question we do know the answer to.

Ukraine's Missile Museum

In the early 90’s, a treaty with the United States ensured Ukraine became a nuke free nation. 176 former top-secret nuclear missile silos were demolished, except for one. Welcome to the Toolbox of Armageddon.

Visit Chernobyl

If you follow the rules, a day trip to the site of the world’s worst nuclear is perfectly safe, although it just might haunt your dreams for as long as you live.

Lipizzaners in Slovenia

Amidst beautiful Slovenian countryside, visit the home stable of the mythical white Lipizzaners, revered for their grace, elegance, and royal pedigree.

Survive the Edinburgh Festival

Every August, the Scottish city of Edinburgh hosts over 2000 artists and half a million people at the world’s biggest arts festival. Just make sure you book ahead.

The Trans-Siberia Railway

7 days in motion, 8 time zones and over 9000 kilometres, this legendary rail adventure has long captured the imagination. Crossing the world’s largest country is a cultural, social and logistical adventure.

The Hash House Harriers

Not the potatoes you have with your eggs, nor the sticky illegal marijuana resin. Introducing the Hash House Harriers, an informal, open-to- all quasi-athletic club currently racing in over 178 countries.

Visiting Auschwitz

The threat of genocide is as real today as the barbwire that rusts in the Polish countryside. We visit Auschwitz to learn, to reflect, to mourn, and to ensure it will never happen again.

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