Creepy Haunted Houses in Maine Make Your Blood Run Cold

Has someone ever seen the “White Lady” at Brownsville Road? A drive on the ‘Green Bridge’, Maine rakes up an icky feeling. You cannot help standing a quiver with bated breath while you’re driving to one of the creepiest haunted houses in Maine.

You need to have a fairy’s heart to go for a “haunt tour in Maine”.

She’s (Maine) serene, wild, and she deserves to be gawked at for her mystical beauty. Apart from getting gobsmacked by Screw Auger Falls, in the name of Merlin you’ll be shaken like a leaf to find her locks crowned with spooky haunted houses all over.

Geeze, you can’t stand even the façade of John J. Brown house!!

Stepping out of the car, eek, you cannot help having jitters facing its façade.

Towering high to the east of Western Cemetery, John J. Brown house in Portland doesn’t even call for a tour to make someone tongue-tied.

Neo-Gothic style keeps its brooding charm alive for ages.

Zounds! The Gothic House, as it’s popularly known in the neighborhood, its façade is just a tip of the dungheap.

There’s something fishy about the Gothic mansion dating back to 1845. Not sure if the house is haunted or not, the ambience is awkwardly remote that you’ll be staring at it with baited breath.

Love to be petrified at the sight of a woman carrying a baby at Fort Knox?

You’ll be scared stiff when you feel someone touching you. After all, you won’t be able to find anyone around. You will, duh, wish that you can yell out frantically and flee the place.

By the time, your IQ picks up a brawl with the adrenaline rush, you turn to your right only to find an apparition of a woman walking around Fort Knox with a baby in her arms.

You’ll realize that such a vast place in Maine (Prospect) doesn’t even make room to swing a Kneazle.

You know you’re under the march of spirits, but you’ll feel like you cannot find a way out in such an enormous space!

Hist, is that Sylvester Beckett strolling around Beckett Castle garden?

The lad from the 19th century is seen by many in Cape Elizabeth haunting the castle till this day.

Probably, the poet is still having kittens. Sometimes he’s seen as a blue orb tearing off the sheets of locales when they’re fast asleep.

The locales aren’t yanking their wand. There seem to be reports of ripped blankets and sheets flopping everywhere in the town.

Some don’t believe in hauntings, but it’s so funny that they fall for the spooky beauty of Maine.

Thinking about the fascinating footages, those are going to be caught at the haunted houses in Maine fear will crawl into their skin.

Even sitting on the shores of serene Roxbury Pond is considered a spooky ride in Maine.

Travelling to Bali – When You Are a Newbie!

Nothing can be more enticing than an exotic island paradise when you are thinking of rejuvenating yourself in your next vacation. One of the most popular destinations that have never lost its charm is Bali in Indonesia. This island paradise is famous for its pristine beaches, relaxed surroundings and an addictive Asian charm that would surely help you shed all your anxiety and rejuvenate in the lap of nature. So if you are travelling to Bali for the first time then here are a few interesting tips that you would find useful.

Reaching this paradise is not a difficult task as you will find ample flight options from Europe, Australia and USA as well. However a prior booking of tickets would help you get a better price. Remember! It is one of the hotspots for travellers from all corners of the world.

It is best to travel between May and September as it is the dry season in Bali. The other months mainly remains cloudy and wet because of heavy rainfall. The dry months will let you get a glimpse of nature at its best in the tropics.

It can be quite hot during the dry months. So make sure that you have booked a room with an air conditioning system in it to beat the heat.

Light breathable cotton clothes should be your wardrobe in the island. So do not forget to carry some nice swimsuits, bikinis and other beachwear as you would be lazing in the sun and playing on the beach for most part of the day. Yes! You should try the various types of water sports for some fun adventure!

Cabs are the only options for you when you are travelling around the place. Public transports are completely non-existent. However cabs are reasonably affordable.

Shop, eat and visit the exotic beaches or go up in the lovely hills of Bali and get a glimpse of the city from the top. It always gets better when you can experience a panoramic view of the whole city. You just cannot miss it!

While in Bali, do not miss the top hotspots like:

– Ubud Sacred Monkey Forest
– Lembongan Island Cruise
– Mount Batur Volcano

Experiencing all the fun while you are at this tropical paradise will rejuvenate you making your free from stress and anxiety and gear you up to face the world once again. Relax and enjoy every moment of this tropical paradise and make it absolutely unforgettable for years to come!

A Trip To Deogarh

You know that Deogarh is a very significant tourist attraction. It is a place that is recommended by doctors for your health. So you decided to visit this place. You arrived at Deogarh and what did you see? You saw that this place is the most fascinating place on earth. You are enthralled by the beauty of this place, the sights and sounds of this place have influenced your taste from the very first day. The place of Deogarh is located among the woods. You decided to explore this place, enjoy the picturesque beauty of the place, the flora and fauna and most importantly the historical monuments and architecture of the place. You boarded a hotel in Deogarh and luckily you got a room in that hotel when most other tourists are finding it hard to book a hotel room for themselves in a place as beautiful as Deogarh.

One day during your stay at Deogarh in the morning you decided to drive to Deogarh where the Deogarh palace is located. As mentioned earlier that Deogarh is a place which is covered with woods and forests. And it is the place of attraction for many tourists from across the world. In fact it is the seat of the chundawat clan of Sisodia Rajputs. And it is also famous for the Deogarh school of Art. You want to see a product of the Deogarh school of Art. It is the place where you will find the famous Deogarh paintings. The place of Deogarh is situated in a beautiful landscape as the town is surrounded by bhil villages. This lends a colour to the town and it is a tourist attraction. It looks immensely attractive as you make your way towards your place of stay that is your hotel.

The local people are quite colourful and they celebrate a number of festivals in Deogarh. You spend the entire day visiting different places in Deogarh, enjoying the sights and sounds of the town and now it is night time. You are recollecting the memoirs of your visit as you dine at the hotel. The hotel arranged for you a local dish which you seem to be thoroughly relishing. Then it is time for you to go to bed. But before you sleep you forget not to go through the collection of snapshots that you have taken with the help of your camera.

Pardon the Pixie Dust While Visiting Universal’s Islands of Adventure Park

As you may know by now, Universal Studios in Orlando has a sister park called Islands of Adventure. It sits about 100 yards away from Universal Studios and is the home of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. As you know, all theme parks need a little down time to get things fixed and a new coat of paint. This is exactly what’s happening at Islands of Adventure at the moment. Not to be alarmed, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is up and running! They would be out of their minds if they closed this down, but not to worry Harry Potter fans, all is well in the wizard world.

The biggest closure has to be the Hulk Roller Coaster. This was dismantled and removed for refurbishment and is set to be back terrifying travelers by the first part of Spring. This was a huge letdown for me last weekend as this is my favourite ride in Islands of Adventure! I try to start my day on this adrenaline inducing ride as it will set my energy level for the remainder of the day. Dr. Doom’s was still dropping guests and The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man was whisking guests through the streets of New York in 3-D. Many guests were wandering around wondering what to do as Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls was out of commission as well as Popeye’s Bilge Rat Barges was down for the count too!

It would seem that all of the water rides were not operational either for repair reasons or for the fact that it was 50 degrees outside on the day I went. Dudley Do Right’s had a wall up around it, so I would guess that they were working on it rather than it being closed for the weather. The next sight on the way around the park was the walls surrounding the all new Skull Island: Reign of Kong attraction that is set to open in the summer of 2016. This will definitely be another star attraction to Universal’s arsenal and is sure to have travelers raving about it once it opens! The next big bummer of the day had to be Jurassic Park! It was running but no one was riding as it was freezing outside. Sure, there were a few not so smart souls who decided to ride this get soaked water ride and were not so happy afterwards trying to dry off in the 50 degree air with the rest of the day in front of them. Not me!

Then there was the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. It looked like everyone in the park was there. Everywhere you looked, people were huddled together trying to stay warm like cattle, while Muggles wandered around the streets drinking their Butterbeer and waving their wands at interactive activities. Inside the Three Broomsticks Inn and Pub, people were gathered at the bar ordering drinks while diners dined on warm dishes to warm themselves for the rest of the day to come. Most people were just taking shelter from the cold by the fire and others were busy taking photos to remember their adventures!

For the most part the rest of the park was still operational and Dr, Seuss’s was busy entertaining children as well as adults who wanted to take a ride with The Cat and the Hat. The park seemed to be busy, but I really don’t think people got their money’s worth on this day as many of the rides were either shut down for refurbishment or were to cold to ride at all. It was still a very beautiful adventure, but one that would have been better if the weather had been 25 degrees warmer.

Going on a Trip on an RV? Here Are 5 Pre-Travel Tips for You to Follow

Most people these days are over enthusiastic about an adventure backpacking and why won’t they be? After all, these days’ people hardly can enjoy an extended vacation due to extreme work pressure. So the prospect of a hiking trip seems extremely appealing to most people. As appealing as it might sound, going hiking is not everyone’s cup of tea.

A good alternative to hiking which is well within everyone’s reach is travelling in an RV. Both are similar in the sense that you can choose your travel destination and go wherever you please with complete independence. But in addition to freedom, you can travel luxuriously in an RV. But like any other travel medium, careful planning is the key.

Here are a few pre-travel tips for you to follow in case you are using an RV:

Choose your destination: It’s true that in an RV, you can go places as you please and not that much meticulous planning is required. But still, you need to have the basic idea of where you want to go. The internet is the best place to do some research and find out about all the interesting places you want to visit. Also, you need to jot down certain locations or mark them on a map.

Gear up: Sure, unlike backpacking trips you don’t need to bring only minimalistic clothes with you, but that doesn’t mean that you can bring all your belongings in the journey. Be efficient and discard anything unnecessary from the vehicle. Bring only the things that you are going to use. There’s no need to create clutter in the vehicle.

Stock the food aside: It’s crucial to create a meal plan for yourself if you are travelling alone. Canned food is the best option for this kind of travel. Pile a large stock of it and set aside in the RV for your trip. Make sure you take some extra food to actually enjoy yourself.

Pack spare parts: Imagine your RV suffers a tyre puncture in the middle of the jungle, and you don’t have any spare parts. You don’t want to be in such precarious situation. Precisely for this reason, you need to take your tool kit along in your trip along with a couple of extra tyres.

Take a practice drive: Before going on a long tour, it is always advisable to take a practice drive in your RV. Check if all areas of the vehicle are working well or not.