When we make any travel plans, we usually make checklists and go through the map and other important info about the place we are visiting but if you are a travelling freak and love to travel all around world then you must know the traffic rules/laws of the country you are traveling to because there are some countries with some of the weird traffic rules where you can encounter hitches if you are unaware of their traffic laws.

Preparing for your first hunting trip is an exciting process, but before you start dreaming about that glorious trophy that will soon adorn your study, keep a few of these best-practices in mind. Hunting Trip Preparation Get in Shape While you may think hunting is mainly kicking back in a deer blind and waiting for the game to come to you—well, okay, you might be a little bit right. However, while waiting may be a big part of hunting, depending on the type of game, there’s a good deal of hiking and maneuvering difficult terrain as well. You wouldn’t want to miss out on a prize animal because you’re not able to get yourself where you need to be. Aside from hiking and jogging, crouching for long periods of time can also be physically challenging. If you haven’t already, start putting in some training time. Schedule a weekend hike with…

Just imagine yourself witnessing a beautiful water body set against the backdrop of natural landscape! Isn’t it mind-blowing? Do you not feel like capturing it in your cameras for your lifetime? Well, that is the case with most of the nature-lovers like us. We feel blessed that we experience such wonderful natural water bodies even in today’s world of pollution. These sceneries help us relax and unwind from everyday tensions of our lives. Highest Lakes There are a number of such striking sceneries of very high lakes across the world. Here are a few: 1. Ojos del Salado Pool (22,615 ft in Argentina) Image by Flickr Nevado Ojos del Salado, meaning “Eyes of the Salty River” summit, is the world’s highest volcano. It is located in the south east border of Chile and Argentina. Sitting pretty at its foot on the east face is the unnamed crater lake, of a…

The primary objective when building a house is comfort and luxury, right? But as you lay your eyes on the houses in this article, you’ll wonder what were the owners thinking? The reason behind the highly unusual designs of these buildings varies from one to another. Some are spite houses, meticulously and painstakingly designed to annoy, while others are creativity gone bizarre (that’s the only thing that comes to mind). So, without further adieu, let’s kick start the list:

1) Ken Block Gymkhana 3:

There are a lot of reasons why the Gymkhana stunt videos by the racer Ken Block are totally amazing and spectacular. If you are looking for precision driving, and truly very close calls then this is the video you should be watching. This video on YouTube was shot at racecourse in France. This is far less rigid and definitely much wilder than a lot of other videos shot within a city. What you would love is the breathtaking drifts at high speeds and some unbelievable slow manoeuvres.

This is a lake being located at the end of northern valley that is also known as the Kaghan Valley. It is located near Naran which lies at the east of Manshera District. The east district of Manshera is the North-East Froniter Province of Pakistan as well. This lies at an altitude of 3,224m above sea level. This happens to be one of the highest lakes in Pakistan.

The lake is right over 14 km from the road from Naran. This location can be reached while starting from Manshera, and then crossing via Balakot and Kaghan. Trekking through a foot from Naran there are clear lakes that take about 4-6 hours to cross. The summer months stay really great in weather with the water being quite clear. The sunlight actually brightens up the whole atmosphere in summer with the clarity of water being the highest.

This is the 9th highest peak in the world. The literal meaning of this peak is “naked mountain”. The etymological root of this mountain is in Sanskrit. It is derived from the words: “nanga’” meaning naked or bare and “parvat” meaning mountain. Due to its bare rugged structure it is being named so. It is also known as the Killer Mountain. It has been one of the deadliest mountains to climb so far and thus the name. It is not only very high and rugged but also intense and dangerous with its differing peak surroundings. The overall terrain is quite rugged. The western anchor to the Himalayas, this mountain is one of the highest peaks being one of the eight thousanders coming from the Himalayas. The Indus River lies in the right south of this range. It is located in the Astore District. The North of Pakistan in Kashmir is…