Travel Guide to Planet Earth

Be amazed by the 3rd planet from the sun!

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Colorado Rocky Mountains

The Colorado Rocky Mountains offers both challenges and opportunities. Some challenges are that trees can fall without any warning, weather can change from bad to good in an instant, when you hike you could come across mountain sickness or dehydration (Just be sure to lower trails and drink plenty of water if this happens). Some opportunities are you could see different animals (Wildlife), you could go fishing, you can feed certain animals, you can go skiing and have snowball fights! (You could also not be injured or killed while hiking! :) JK)


Packing List


  • Hiking boots
  • Sunscreen/insect repellent
  • Tent (If you're camping)
  • Multi-tool/fire starter
  • Water/snacks
  • Map of the area
  • First -aid kit/flashlight
  • Extra clothing layers



Travel tips


  • Bring a map of the area so you don't get lost
  • Don't get close to wildlife it's dangerous (Unless you are able to)
  • If you come across a mountain yell very loudly and wave your arms around (STAY CALM AND DO NOT RUN AWAY!)
  • Follow the packing checklist so you don't receive any surprises

Niagara Falls

Niagara falls has many opportunities, but there are a few challenges. Some challenges are that there is a dangerous neighborhood less than a mile away from the falls, you could slip and fall, and you go in the winter it's VERY icy and you are most likely to get injured. Some opportunities are you can get really close to the falls, you can see many other parks and gardens, you can take a boat and take a ride into the mist of the falls, you can stay in fallsview hotel (you can see the falls from the hotel!), and you can also take a helicopter and take a tour over the falls.


Packing List:


  • Running shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • rain gear
  • map
  • extra cash/passport
  • Camera if you want to take pictures



Travel Tips:


  • Bring a map of the area so you don't get lost
  • Pack sunscreen or carry it with you so you don't get a sunburn
  • Wear rain gear or clothing you don't mind getting soaked
  • Make sure your vehicle is tidy because authorities have to search your car
  • Have proof of citizenship
  • Declare any food or beverages you have

Mears, MI

Mears, Michigan has some challenges, but there are also VERY many opportunities. Some challenges are you could get injured driving is the sand dunes, there can be heavy rainfall, you could get injured boating/tubing/skiing, and you could get dehydrated walking up the sand dunes. Some opportunities are you can go swimming in Lake Michigan, you can go tubing, fishing, there are dune tours you can take, and downtown it's very pretty and there are many things to do/see.


Packing list:


  • Tent (if you're camping)
  • Sunscreen (if you go in the summer time)
  • Extra cash
  • Sunglasses
  • Extra clothing layers (If the weather is supposed to be a bit cold)
  • Bathing suit
  • map/GPS of area
  • Camera to take pictures



Travel tips:


  • Visit more towards the summer time it's nicer and warmer
  • Bring extra clothing layers (some nights can be cold)
  • Pack a map/GPS so you don't get lost
  • Pack a camera to take pictures (especially of the sunsets and downtown)

Earth fun facts!

Us humans regionalize the earth in many different ways, here are 3: By time, countries, and by states. We regionalize time so no one gets up in darkness or in broad daylight (many places have different times), we regionalize the earth by countries and states so we are organized and don't have names of countries and states all over the place. (For example you can stay organized by alphabetizing the names of states and countries.)