Bay of Pigs: The Island Inhabited by Happy Swimming Piggies

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Somewhere out in the Bahamas is a little spot of paradise where its residents are always happy. The Big Major Cay island is uninhabited by humans but it is home to approximately 20 feral pigs and piglets. These little pigs love nothing more than frolicking in the shallow, crystal-clear waters under the sun.
 

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Top 5 Dog-Friendly Pubs In Singapore

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Every time you go out to have a good time with your friends, your furkid is left behind, morosely waiting at the door for you to come back home. Your beloved pooch's life only lasts 10 – 15 years, any separation from you will be incredibly painful even if it's just a few hours. And remember that while you may have a lot of friends to entertain, your canine companion only has you, you are basically his entire world. So when you make plans with your friends, it will be great to include Fido in it too. To keep everyone, including yourself, happy, you can visit these pubs in Singapore that allow you to bring your pup.
 

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The Cinema at the End of the World

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You have probably seen photos of really cool cinema concepts; the ones that replace the boring cinema chairs with beanbags, beds, and even boats floating on water. Have you seen the creepiest one though? Located in the Sinai Peninsula, somewhere in the Egyptian desert is an eerie looking open-air theater aptly dubbed the “End of the World” Cinema.
 

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The Never-Ending Cruise: Cruise Ship where Residents Permanently Live as it Travels the World

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Cruises aren’t really my sort of thing. The thought of being stuck on a ship for hours on end fills me with boredom and makes me kind of claustrophobic. However, there is a cruise ship that I don’t mind getting on; and that is The World. The World has continuously circumnavigated the globe since its launch in 2002, and residents on board who permanently live in it have the luxury of waking up in a new destination every few days. If that is not living the high life, I don’t know what is.
 

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow: China's Stunning Rainbow Mountains

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When you think of China, the first thing that will probably pop to mind is the insane air pollution. Chinese scientists have said that the smog in Beijing is so bad that its effects are comparable to that of a nuclear winter. However, somewhere far away from China's cities, more specifically in the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu, where nature is left untarnished by mankind's devastating activities, the mountains will truly take your breath away (in a good way).
 

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