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Everybody is addicted to one thing or another nowadays. Some people prefer cannabis, some like alcohol. Then there is a community of addicted people to the thrill of adventure. Such adrenaline junkies make the world alive because they go out of their way in search of new experiences, even making friends with them. I'm saying amen to these boys! I say to these people,' Yes, yes! And if you're one of those people living on the adventure, I'll send you our list of adventures you need to try to make your life even more exciting right now. Take your pick from the adventure you want in your life. Here is also the best way for you to purchase airline tickets.

At Krabi, Thailand, Cliff Diving: Thailand is a country surrounded by beautiful beaches and ice. But because the water here is clear and dry, the reason this location is popular for cliff diving. So when you actually get the guts to make the jump, you're not going to be surrounded by ice-cold water, but you're going to find warm water that caresses your body like a second skin. An additional advantage here is that there are cliffs of all sizes here. So even if you're a first-timer, you're going to be able to find the right cliff to meet your needs.

China's Great Wall This wall extending over 8,000 kilometers have been constructed for 2,000 years and has been rebuilt over time by many different Chinese dynasties. It is said that during the construction of the wall millions of people died and that they are buried within the foundations of the Wall. The Wall is also notable as it is the only structure on Earth that can be seen without any support from the moon. Sure, fascinating? Go try it out on your own!

The Colosseum The Roman Poet Virgil designed and built this battleground of the roman gladiators for eight years. The Colosseum has over 80 entrances and at one point can hold 50,000 people. Every year, it attracts millions of visitors and is, therefore, Rome's main tourist attraction.

Giza's Great Pyramid The Egyptian crown jewel and the only remaining structure from the ancient world's original Seven Wonders, this pyramid is truly a sight to behold. It is said that the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu is constructing this pyramid as a tomb. The tower is about 480 feet tall and has been the world's highest building for over 3800 years. This pyramid was covered with a calcareous coating that was lost with time when it was constructed. Now you can only see the casing at the pyramid's edge, while the top reveals us to the pyramid's inner lining.

Petra, Jordan Petra is often referred to as the rose town because of the red stones it is made of. This stunning secret town is renowned for its architectural beauty and network of water conduits. Although the town is situated in Jordan, it was discovered in the early 19th century by a Swiss explorer. This location is also said to have more than 2,000-year-old structures.

Christ the Redeemer, Rio De Janeiro Because of its position on the top of a cliff, this miracle took a total of nine years to build. This is the world's third-largest Jesus statue. The raw materials were imported from Sweden for this sculpture. Designed as a sign of peace, this magnificent sculpture reveals that Christ loves all.

Author: Helen Jenifer

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