Myanmar may bring a variety of images to mind, or possibly none depending on your knowledge of the world. For decades it was on the world blacklist for a slew of human rights abuses. Our first stop would be the former capital city of Yangon (also formerly Rangoon from British colonial days).
Traveling to Dubrovnik, Croatia was like stepping back to medieval times with the old town charm and cobblestone pavements. Fortresses and stone brick homes can be found throughout the city but the modern vibes will pull you right back to the present. Tina, owner and founder of Shop Wander Wear, along with 5 friends took the trip of a lifetime and can't stop talking about it.
We hiked this trail in May 2019. The suspension bridge was quite smaller than Capilano and very congested...but if you can get past that, the hike was extremely simple and breathtaking. As you get out onto the trails, traffic decreases and for the most part, you could be hiking without others around. The flowy, canyon water was a gorgeous crystal green and definitely worth stopping for a picture (or two). Walk down a bit further and off the beaten path just a bit, you'll come to a bed of river boulders. The surrounding is very serene, so take it all in!
Wallace Falls about 45 miles northwest of Seattle. I really enjoyed this trail because of all the greenery and the stream of river that runs through it. It was a pretty trail throughout! When you get to the upper falls, you can bust-a-u-turn...or go up just a bit further to lookout at theSkykomish River valley below.
Source: https://www.vancouvertrails.com/trails/quarry-rock/ Just off the shores of scenic Deep Cove in North Vancouver sits a large rocky outcrop known as Quarry Rock (also known as Grey Rock in some hiking books). A hiking trail which is also part of the easternmost section of the Baden Powell Trail, leads to this point offering scenic views of Indian Arm and the mountains around Belcarra. The start of the Baden Powell Trail begins along Panorama Drive just beyond the park area. Look for the sign on the left side of the street and walk up the edge of the driveway towards the wooden...