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Is the Grand Canyon really that “grand”?

Well yes and no. To say the Grand Canyon is large is and understatement but the name does imply, and many people believe, it is the largest. At the maximum depth the Grand Canyon measures in at 1800m (6000ft) and 440km long, but the Colca and Cotahuasi Canyons in Peru are almost twice the depth… read more…

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An overview: the Kennedy Space Centre

Most young people dream of becoming an astronaut before they realise the qualifications and training necessary to have this chance. As the majority of people do not make it into orbit, the next best thing for any space enthusiast is visiting the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. I visited in 2007 as a pit stop… read more…

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The Batu Caves: Malaysia

The Batu Caves are a series of limestone caves just outside the city of Kuala Lumpur. The caves themselves have been there for close on 400 million years but since the late 19th century they have become the site of a Hindu shrine and temple. The caves are instantly recognisable by the enormous golden statue… read more…

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