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5 Places so Remote Your Boss Won't Be Able to Reach You (Neither Will Your Girlfriend)

5 Places so Remote Your Boss Won't Be Able to Reach You (Neither Will Your Girlfriend) casalnomade.com

With the advent of technology and human civilization, the world is today more connected than eve before and seems a smaller place. However, there are a few places, left to the mercy of their natural ennvironment which have managed to remain just off the touristy maps. These are the areas where beauty is left unchecked and it's truly a sight to behold.


5 Places so Remote Your Boss Won't Be Able to Reach You (Neither Will Your Girlfriend):

  1. Russia
  2. Bulgaria
  3. St. Helena
  4. Venezuela
  5. China

Day 1. Lake Baikal, Russia

Lake Baikal, Russiasource: www.lifefoc.com

Located in the Siberian wilderness of Russia, Lake Baikal holds two simultaneous world records for the deepest freshwater lake and the largest lake on the planet. It is surrounded  by mountains, forests and wild rivers and very close to the Mongolian border. It is also among the clearest of all lakes, and thought to be the world's oldest at 25 million years

The lake is home to more than 2,000 species of plants and animals, two-thirds of which are found nowhere else on the planet, like the like the earless nerpa - a freshwater seal. The trans-siberian railroad is the best way to try and get to the lake. 

Day 2. Devil's Bridge in Ardino, Bulgaria

Devil's Bridge in Ardino, Bulgariasource: in.pinterest.com

The Dyavolski most or Devil's Bridge is an arch bridge across the Arda River, about 10 km from the Bulgarian town of Ardino in the Rhodope Mountains

The bridge has been the subject of a number of folk tales and legends. Some say it's hainted by the ghosts of people who killed themselves by jumping off it, others speak of the devil's footprints being found hidden in the rocks below the bridge. 

Day 3. Isolated Tristan Da Cunha

Isolated Tristan Da Cunhasource: www.toptenz.net

Tristan de Cunha is an archipelago of small islands located in the southern Atlantic Ocean the nearest land mass being South Africa being roughly 1700 miles away. South America is about 2000 miles away. 

In the 1800's a small group of British, Italian, and American settlers began living on the island which is still under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom. The islands now have a total population 271 people, most of whom are descended from those original settlers and make their living as farmers and craft makers.


Day 4. Church of Potosi in Uribante, Venezuela

Church of Potosi in Uribante, Venezuelasource: www.globalnews.ca

This church was flooded by the Uribante Reservoir in the late 1980's. Untill 2008, only the cross on top of the church building was visible above the water line, reminding visitors of a bygone era. Weather abberations caused the reservoir to dry up and in 2010 the ruins of the church were visible again. 

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Day 5. Red sea beach in Panjin, China

Red sea beach in Panjin, Chinasource: www.placestoseeinyourlifetime.com

The Red Sea Beach is located in Dawa County, Panjin, Liaoning, China, is famous for its landscape featuring the red plant of Suaeda salsa. It is based in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world. The landscape is composed of shallow seas and tide-lands. There's no chemical or such causing this strange scene. 

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