We live in an amazing world with something interesting and exciting around every corner. This doesn’t become more apparent than when you travel and see the wonders that the human race can bring into being around the world. Let’s look at some fascinating travel trivia that just may expand your mind as much as an exotic trip to parts unknown.
Forget About Being Sucked From a Plane
Next time you are on a stuffy plane, you may be tempted to try and crack a window somewhere. We have all heard the stories of people being sucked out of planes after opening the emergency exit but all these stories are just tall tales.
The aircraft cabin is highly pressurised so opening the door at all is quiet a monumental task. Even if you do open it, you certainly will not get sucked out of the cabin like a reverse vacuum cleaner.
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Forget Mount Everest. This notoriously dangerous and cold mountain only claims to be the worlds tallest, when in actual fact the honour goes to Mount Mauna Kea in Hawaii, which stretches up 32 thousand feet, twice as high as Everest.
The only reason why you may not know this is the fact that most of this giant mountain is submerged underwater. That doesn’t change the fact that you can scale the tallest mountain in the world in warm sunny weather with drinks waiting at the foot when you are done. How’s that for a bit of travel trivia?
Ringing In A Spelling Error
If you ever have the chance to visit the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, America, do. This bell is not just an attraction for history buffs but also fans of spelling.
The name Pennsylvania is misspelt on the Liberty Bell, making the crack in its side not its biggest flaw. Criticising the spelling on social media is considered highly unpatriotic just FYI.
Get Lost In A Four Legged Crowd
If you are sick of the sea of humanity you find at every single attraction you visit, why not head to Montana. Here you may not have many attractions for tourists, but a friendly sea of cows will replace the sea of humans.
Cows outnumber humans in this state 3 to 1. They are way less annoying in lines and in general they tend to smell a bit better. Not much can be said for their bathroom habits however and their incessant mooing will spoil many a pensive atmosphere!
Any travel trivia or tips you want to share?