Travel Wow, the Honeymoon Capital of the World Is Trashed and Abandoned — See the Creepy Photos

08:40  13 september  2017
08:40  13 september  2017 Source:   MSN

14 Chilling Photos Of The Difference Between North Korea And South Korea

  14 Chilling Photos Of The Difference Between North Korea And South Korea Last year, entrepreneur Jacob Laukaitis visited North Korea on a 7-day stritctly guided tour. This year, he traveled to South Korea on a mission to compare life in the two countries. What he encountered was a stark real-life picture of the way the two nations live daily life on vastly different planes: A video summary of Laukaitis’s two trips shows people playing, hiking, laughing and picnicking in the South, interspersed with footage of synchronized marches and empty streets in the northern hermit kingdom.The contrast was gut-wrenching, Laukaitis said.“Why was the whole power in the North concentrated in one person’s hands...

Wow , the Honeymoon Capital of the World Is Trashed and Abandoned — See the Creepy Photos . 12 September, 2017 by Macy Cate Williams.

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  Wow, the Honeymoon Capital of the World Is Trashed and Abandoned — See the Creepy Photos © Seph Lawless

The Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania had been considered to be the "Honeymoon Capital of the World" for decades, but in the 1990s, hotels in the area started closing down. Soon enough, the romantic getaway spot turned into an abandoned area that's downright chilling. Photojournalist Seph Lawless documented many of the resorts in the area after their demise.

The Penn Hills Resort and Summit Resort are particularly spine-tingling. Check out some of Seph's fascinating video and photos. Wouldn't it be creepy to visit these places? It's amazing how they've been left like this.

Penn Hills Resort

Summit Resort

This Is How Much Vacation Time You’re Wasting by Posting to Social Media .
The average person spends about nine hours of a weeklong vacation on social media, according to a study from Expedia. While people may feel obligated to post photos showing their vacations, 44 percent of the 2,000 people that Expedia surveyed said that they felt social media ruined their holiday experience in some way.

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