Disappointing Travel Destination Four Corners Monument, United States | The Four Corners Monument marks the quadripoint in the Southwestern U.S. where the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah meet. This location is – hold your breath! – the only point in the United States shared by four states. Now this must be something, somebody thought.
Disappointing Travel Destination Naples Italy | This city has seen better days. More than 4000 years old, situated at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, base camp for Pompeji and Herculaneum, widely known for its piazzas, palaces, castles and museums. Although Naples (Napoli) is that famous and one of the oldest inhabited places on earth, it
Disappointing Travel Destination Sakura bloom Japan | Each year the Japanese Weather Association’s annual cherry blossom forecast prompts a rush of international bookings as travelers race to experience the country’s famed Sakura blooms. This annual ritual is called Hanami. Meaning: Stop to view and appreciate the beautiful spring blossoms. Most commonly it’s cherry trees appreciated.
Disappointing Travel Destination Pyramids Giza | They are masterpieces of ancient architecture, engineering marvels, world wonders for a reason, but out of reach for tourists. Yes you did read right. We recommend not travel to the Pyramids of Giza. Here is why: When reaching the entrance to the Pyramids, a dozen of men will jump
Disappointing travel destinations Casablanca (Morocco) | There are quite a some movies, poems and songs out there that might leave you under the impression, Casablanca is worth the money. If you follow your manipulated inner voice and visit Casablanca, you will soon realize that it is by far the least-interesting place in an otherwise interesting
Disappointing travel destination Male Maldives | For half a century Maldives’ tourist industry was building a reputation as a destination close to paradise And it’s true if you remain in your resort. Just don’t visit the capital Male. Approx. 133,000 people live in Male. But the city only has 5.8 sqkm of space to offer.