George is 99 ½. Yes you heard it right. 99 ½. He started skiing at 43 years old! The age at which most people would think they’re too old to learn something new… well not George! He loved skiing so much he went back every year and has been skiing for 57 years in the beautiful powdered slopes of Utah. His best trait? He never gives up, he says. Just take a minute to listen to him and his idea of happiness. George, you’re an inspiration...

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So Extreme sports (also known as X Games) are usually those activities that are dangerous usually involving speed, height and special equipment. The motivation? These thrill seekers may be wanting the Adrenaline rush but most extreme sports do involve the outdoors and nature and so it’s probably a combination of adventure and adrenaline they seek. Either way, if attempting, be careful out there! Or just watch and be amazed at what...

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A room that is in a cave …a room with a bath in a giant plastic bag…a hotel that used to be a jail…. or this one might just be the most unusual…a room 500 feet underground in a silver mine? We wonder how many guests have stayed at these unique places! Check out the most unusual hotels around the world here!...

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Sitting at the foot of snow-capped Hochschwab mountains and during the frozen winter months, the park is almost completely dry. But come spring, when the snow melts, the park turns into a lake with emerald green waters! By June, it’s a perfect place to dive and be captivated by the unique scenery: benches, grass and fish swimming among the trees! Read more here:...

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Yes! Regularly scheduled non-stop trips will soon be possible to Cuba from Los Angeles via JetBlue and other carriers granted by the DOT to fly to Cuban cities after a 50-year hiatus. Take note that while the U.S. Treasury Department may no longer require special licenses to visit Cuba, general tourism is still prohibited. Travelers must confirm their visit falls under one of 12 acceptable travel reasons, which include meetings and...

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The 32-day voyage is on Crystal Cruises’ Serenity, a 1,725-person vessel, which departed Seward, Alaska, for New York City and will have to go through poorly charted waters, chunks of sea ice, and now a giant storm throughout the Arctic Ocean. Calling all true explorers, the cruise is taking reservations for 2017 now… Read the full story here!:...

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