[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: 4 Awesome Places to Know

In our planet, there are rare places that actually look like something from another world. These are rare places that you must see, according to [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores].

Japan Steaming Blood-Red Hot Spring From Hell

In the City of Bepu, in Japan, you will be able to visit these red colored spring waters which are in fact known as Jikgoku, which translated to English means hell. They are everything but cold and one of their main features is of course that impressive red color that you can appreciate in the image. You may not want to swim in these hot waters after knowing that.

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Japan Steaming Blood-Red Hot Spring From Hell
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Japan Steaming Blood-Red Hot Spring From Hell

Dragon Blood Trees in Yemen

This place is almost a landmark and as you can see. This is because of the very special shape of trees located in this side of the world. You may want to plant one of these in your garden if you are a creative kind of botanic and plants lover. Be sure of taking as many pictures as you can when you go there!

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Dragon Blood Trees in Yemen
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Dragon Blood Trees in Yemen

Salt Lake in Bolivia

In Bolivia, the Uyuni Salt Lake is something that could make you feel like you were in a fiction movie. Walking on this salty lake with such a mirrored reflection is one of the most interesting experiences you could live in rare places like this.

Rio Tinto in Spain

This very surrealist place is surely one of the most natural wonders of Andalucia. You can get easily fascinated with such a nice and interesting place which would easily become a great picture for many albums. You may have noticed how interesting this place is not only because of the rare earth shape it has, but also because of the interesting looking kind of rocks that there are around the hole.

Keep loving awesome places and enjoy the experience!

By [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores].

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Rio Tinto in Spain
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Rio Tinto in Spain
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