Three weeks ago, we asked International Business Times readers to vote for the places they most wanted to see before they died. Hundreds of ticked boxes later, we're back with the top 20 responses to our poll, which make up an alluring collection of ancie... In the early 1970s, a group of looters searching for Pre-Columbian artifacts in the jungles of Colombia's Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta stumbled upon a set of worn stone steps leading up a ridge from the shore of the Buritaca river. At the end of more than... On Sunday we hiked the Wandberg (wall mountain) in the Bavarian-Austrian alps. Down in the still green valley there were thick clouds but on 1545 meters it was a winter wonderland. My dog Mable and I enjoyed the beautiful scenery. The leaders of Wanderlust thought you might also enjoy participating in Road Trip, so they've made it a part of their community neighborhood! Check out the rest of Wanderlust community's neighborhood here. On our way down again. To the left you can see the path. A rugged canyon we had to pass. Mable and I climbed the Hochalm mountain (1428) above the river Isar valley. It was a quite steep and rocky path, 670 hight meters upwards. Afterwards we took a little nap in the autumnal sun on the pasture at the peak.