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The famous Buddha Head at Wat Mahathat Temple, Thailand (by M. Buijs).* Arielle Gabriel, author of The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel is a Buddhist who writes about the miracles of Kuan Yin in her book The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, when she suffered financial disaster in the mercenary city of Hong Kong *

Remarkably Pristine Ancient Greek Mosaics Uncovered in Turkish City of Zeugma

Hiking The Via Dinarica Trail

Why we love it: Once a volcanic plug, Hvítserkur today resembles a basalt monster rising 50 feet out of the sea. Low tides make it possible to walk close to the rock for a sunset-worthy snap, and nearby is one of the largest seal colonies in Iceland.

Why we love it: Only about 14 percent of visitors to Iceland ever get to this large peninsula in the northwestern part of the country, which makes it a fitting destination for those looking to escape the relative hustle and bustle of capital city Reykjavik. Home to some of Iceland's most dramatic landscapes and diverse wildlife, the Westfjords are more inaccessible than other parts of the country, but are well worth the trip.

Why we love it: Vík is Iceland's southernmost village, and spectacularly shaped basalt columns on the nearby Reynisfjara shore help make it the most impressive black-sand beach in the country.

Why we love it: Scientists have now confirmed Víti was naturally formed at the bottom of one of Askja's craters, but its name means "hell," owing to an earlier-held belief that large craters were the gates to the underworld. It's not just pretty to look at: Weather permitting, you can even take a swim in the warm, mineral-rich lake.

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