• Alaska,  Argentina,  Chile,  Iceland,  Natural wonders of the world,  New Zealand

    The best glaciers in the world!

    A new episode in our natural wonders of the world series! Today we’ll be talking about glaciers. Unfortunately we haven’t been to the Arctics and Antarctics (yet) where they supposedly have some of the most amazing glaciers. However, we’d still like to share the world’s best glaciers with you, at least the ones we’ve seen! Can someone describe the sound of a calving glacier for us? Because we just can’t. Saying a piece of ice cracking and then hearing plunge into the water doesn’t do it justice. Neither does thundering sound or thrilling sound. We’re not native English speakers … Suggestions are more than welcome! 1. Perito Moreno – Argentina…

  • Alaska,  Argentina,  Chile,  Germany,  Iceland,  Indonesia,  Natural wonders of the world,  New Zealand,  Peru,  We12inspire,  Wyoming

    Natural wonders of the world: volcanoes!

    They are beautiful, dangerous and arrogant. They may seem harmless and quiet yet they can be very treacherous. We love their magic yet we despise them for their ability to kill. We are talking about volcanoes! As a next episode in our Natural Wonders of the World series, we are sharing our favorite volcanoes from around the world with you. We realize this list is nowhere near complete however we thought it should not be kept out of this series. The list has been put in random order because we just could not agree on which is the prettiest one! 1. Villarrica, Chile Villarrica is one of Chile’s most active…

  • Natural wonders of the world,  New Zealand,  We12inspire

    The best geysers in the world

    If you love nature as much as we do, you will definitely have to keep an eye out for our new inspirational series: natural wonders of the world. We will take you on a journey along the most amazing glaciers, geysers, rock formations, volcanoes … and more! First up in this series is something that can only be seen in very few places in the world … geysers! According to Wikipedia, which can be a very useful source of information from time to time, there are only 5 major geyser fields in the world. We have been to 4 of them, not a bad score at our age we think. Here…