Lake Tekapo, New Zealand.
David Farley travels to Ethiopia to find the source of a global obsession. The first thing Azeb wanted to know about me was if I was on Facebook. After that she got to the less important stuff: Where I was from, if I was married, had kids, believed in God—and what was I doing in southern Ethiopia.
Salt flats, Bolivia.
I’d love to visit one day. I hope I live to see a stable and secure Afghanistan.
Do you agree with CNN’s polls? What do you think?
As determined by CNN’s Facebook poll, which totaled 35,000 participants. What do you think? What are your favorite foods?
This is why I want to go to Iceland…
Hakka village (by MadGrin)
A Hakka walled village is a large multi-family communal living structure that is designed to be easily defensible. This building style is unique to the Hakka people found in southern China (Hakka is “Kè-jiā” 客家 in Chinese). Walled villages are typically designed for defensive purposes and consist of one entrance and no windows at the ground level.
Innerdal tower, Omsdal, Norway