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Svalbard, Norway. One of the most amazing trips I’ve ever had in my life. A 24,000-square-mile island just above the Arctic Circle where the concept of continuous daylight and continuous darkness become true and you can live it.

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Socotra is a group of four islands in the Indian Ocean located to the east of the Horn of Africa and south of the Arabian Peninsula. The islands are a part of Yemen. Socotra is mainly known for diversity in …

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Ulaanbaatar, popularly known as UB, is the largest city in Mongolia and its capital as well. It is home to 1.2 million people and boasts of a rich historical background. Its rich history is probably the reason I overlooked the …

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The archipelago of St. Kilda is a group of four islands located west of Scotland and off the coast of Hebrides. As there have not been residents on the island for a long time, its ecosystems have remained intact. The …

Ascension Island

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Ascension Island is a volcanic island located equatorial region of South Pacific Ocean and one place that I found interesting. The island is part of Britain’s overseas territory along with Tristan dan Cunha and St. Helena. It is governed by …

 

Papua New Guinea

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Officially known as the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, PNG is located on the eastern half of the island of New Guinea. It’s famous for its diversity of culture especially since there are more than 700 languages spoken in …