A Morning Spent on Inle Lake

“This is Burma and it will be quite unlike any land you know about.” wrote Rudyard Kipling after visiting the country in 1889, and the statement holds as much weight today as it did back then. Until very recently, the country remained effectively cut off from much of the world, and from tourism in general, preserving a rich cultural heritage of over 100 ethnic groups in a way rarely witnessed in todays modern, globalized world.

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39 Reasons to Visit Southern Iceland in the Winter

Volcanoes slumber under glacier-capped mountains, while waterfalls cascade from the highlands and geothermal hotsprings dot a landscape that is literally being rifted apart. Everything on this island is dramatic, and if you visit in winter, you’ll only have to share it with a handful of people. (You can also view the gallery on Exposure.co)

14 Photos to Make You Want to Get On the Next Flight Out of Here

Wanderlust, that feeling of wanting to pick up and just leave and go somewhere completely new and unknown is always with me. It’s that nagging little voice inside my head saying “Wouldn’t it be nice to be sitting on a beach somewhere right now? Wouldn’t it be so cool to be hiking through that mountain…