20 Travel-Inspiring Photos

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Banff National Park, Canada. Rate it
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Pulau Ketam, a Malaysian island that's home to two sleepy fishing villages. From "My Kuala Lumpur Is Better Than Yours
David Hagerman
Mystery of the Moai of Easter Island. Rate it
Dominical, Costa Rica. From "Legendary Surf Towns
Nikki McLeod
The Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo. From "Tokyo, My Cut
Jun Takagi
Waterfront on Punda, Willemstad, Curaçao. From "Nonstop Caribbean
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The moss garden at Saiho-ji Temple in Kyoto. From "The Konnichiwa Kid
Roger Sherman
Leeds Castle in Kent, England, regularly received Henry VIII as a guest. On the grounds are several mazes, a display on falconry, and a dog-collar museum. From "The World's Most Beautiful Castles
Courtesy Leeds Castle Foundation
Corn Islands, Nicaragua. From "Uncharted Isles
Wilhelm Scholz
Weymouth, England. From "Scouting Report 2008
Amanda Marsalis
Monument Valley's Mitten buttes, at a tribal park off Route 42, four miles east of Highway 163. From "A Quest Called Tribe
Kara Lucchesi
Kitsilano Pool, a heated saltwater pool, located at Kitsilano Beach park in Vancouver. From "Act Fast to Book Vancouver 2010
Martin Tessler
La Belle Étoile, an ancient hotel and restaurant right on the banks of the Dordogne in France. From "Secret Hotels of the Dordogne
Aya Brackett
The restaurant Casa de la Cerveza in Cartagena, Colombia, has excellent views of the Caribbean—and lots of couches for relaxing. From "From Cartagena, With Love
Ana Nance
Prague's Old Town Square. From "Tour de Friends
Emily Mott
Little boy near Lake Titicaca, Peru. Rate it
Fakarava Island, French Polynesia. From "Uncharted Isles
Dave Lauridsen
A giraffe surveys the savanna in Botswana's Moremi Game Reserve. From "The No-Frills African Safari
Heather Anne Cunningham
The Abruzzi mountains as seen from the town of Santo Stefano, Italy. From "The Town That Became a Hotel
Amanda Marsalis
Salinas Grandes, in Jujuy province, is the largest salt flat in Argentina. Hardy locals brave the wind and the persistent glare of the sun to harvest the salt. From "On the Road in Northwest Argentina
Michael Mohr

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