Hello darling my name is Katie. This is my wanderlust blog. It consists of all the places I aspire to go to. One day I'll travel the world, but for now I'll just blog about it.

 

tofutravels:

The Tree of Life in Bahrain is a mesquite tree which grows in the middle of desert. The tree is said to be 400 to 500 years old. Its long roots probably have found some underground water source, but it is still a miracle as it is the only green living organism living in a vast and barren desert. The local inhabitants believe that this was the actual location of the Garden of Eden.

tofutravels:

The Tree of Life in Bahrain is a mesquite tree which grows in the middle of desert. The tree is said to be 400 to 500 years old. Its long roots probably have found some underground water source, but it is still a miracle as it is the only green living organism living in a vast and barren desert. The local inhabitants believe that this was the actual location of the Garden of Eden.

tofutravels:

mattdoux:

magicalnaturetour:

Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a famous tourist attraction because of the large population of fireflies that live in caves. Fireflies, or Arachnocampa luminosa - tiny bioluminescent creatures that produce blue and green light live exclusively in New Zealand.

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Bucket list item.

crypticstanza:

purplefigtree:

That looks Nabatean, but I can’t place it.

This is in Mada’in Saleh, North West Saudi Arabia. From the time of Prophet Saleh (A.S), and the people of Thamud in Nabatean era. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site..

crypticstanza:

purplefigtree:

That looks Nabatean, but I can’t place it.

This is in Mada’in Saleh, North West Saudi Arabia. From the time of Prophet Saleh (A.S), and the people of Thamud in Nabatean era. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site..

(Source: la-sicilienne)