If someone gave you paper and pencil and asked you to list the 50 US states, we’re guessing Utah wouldn’t leap to mind first.
You know those landscape that look too good to be real? The ones that make you scoff, wave your hand and say, ‘Oh stop it.’ Yeah, Alberta invented those. Not only was it shown recently that the Canadian Rockies are the best place to wait out a zombie Apocalypse (good to know), they’re full of the kind of scenery usually reserved for deodorant commercials. In fact it’s one of the few places on earth where views outnumber people.
Putting out a call for famous landmarks is a double-edged sword. On the plus side, everyone’s got a picture of a landmark somewhere. On the downside, everyone has a picture of a landmark somewhere.
There is nowhere in the world quite like the Galapagos Islands. And it’s hardly surprising – you wouldn’t expect the place that shaped Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution to be just another run of the mill travel destination, would you?