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Haunted buildings, I suppose?

Indonesia Bernd 2023-11-30 16:02:05 ⋅ 1w
No. 294926
Have you ever visiting a famous haunted building before? Although only seeing it from afar?
Bulgaria Bernd 2023-11-30 22:18:39 ⋅ 1w No. 294982
There was an old, non-functional watermill next to my village where the miller reportedly turned into a vampire after his death 100+ years ago and there were stories spread amongst the kids that you could still hear the wheel rotating at night sometimes. We used to go there from time to time when we were wee lads, but there was nothing inside save for regurgitated owl pellets and toads hiding from the daylight. They demolished it later. Not a famous one obviously, but I have nothing better to offer.
Indonesia Bernd 2023-11-30 23:26:56 ⋅ 1w No. 294988
>>294982 At least it's an interesting story to read. Like, you know, story telling but based from our POV. About me, there's a tower around Cawang, which was built in the end of 90s. It was made by a billionaire who I forgot his name, but the tower was built with luxurious materials imported from Italy, Greece, etc. But one day, during operation in circa 2001/2002 until 2007 (I forgot), there were many mystical troubles like broken lifts, or whatever involving mystical powers in that building. And even after closing in 2008, that building still giving scary mystical auras, such as fictional ojek order, some lamps inside that building are lit even though it's already empty, and many more. (BTW, the photo on title thread is the tower I meant in this story. It's infamously known as Saidah tower.)
Bulgaria Bernd 2023-11-30 23:39:51 ⋅ 1w No. 294990
>>294988 Interesting, I like such stories from urban areas that are not just replicated folklore tropes. Is it still abandoned and if yes, are there any plans for it from the local authorities or whoever owns it currently?
Indonesia Bernd 2023-12-01 00:44:12 ⋅ 1w No. 294993
>>294990 Yes, Saidah tower is abandoned, but some security staffs still there to guarding the tower. Mayor of south Jakarta had planned to demolish the tower for safety*, but for some reason, the authority haven't yet demolishing the tower. *I heard that the tower was tilted to several degrees due to potato quality dirt, which was rumored that it was formerly cemetery area.

Russia Bernd 2023-10-21 08:23:51 ⋅ 1mn No. 291762 Join our discussions about hiking and hohols

Game - anon will go and record videos

Russia Bernd 2022-06-09 19:03:06 ⋅ 1y
No. 166003
Place a cross or any other mark on the map and i will visit that place, record video there and post in this thread. Maybe i could even write Krautchan RIP somewhere where your mark will be. Conditions - i won't go into factories with barbed wire, jails and underwater. But otherwise whole city of Ufa can be visited.
Mexico Bernd 2022-09-24 23:19:19 ⋅ 1y No. 227276
>>226626 easy
Russia Bernd 2023-08-11 10:02:09 ⋅ 3mn No. 282608
>>166067 Decided to go to that Vysiachiy Kamen after a while. Turns out the only trail to it was occupied by some local bydlo burning some trash in the bonfire, so i decided to not approach the local wildlife and walked to my destination by the railway. Remembering those videos of Indians and trains, i was very cautious, but also if you want to get away from the rail lines, you need to get into the woods, where ticks are. So kinda hanged by the side.
Russia Bernd 2023-08-11 10:06:57 ⋅ 3mn No. 282609
>>282608 Got to the point and its what i expected. Like a cliff edge with protrubing hanging rocks, where people go to take photos. Kinda high and scary if you look down. Trees down below look small. Also apparently its popular, because when i got there, some guy was there and as soon as i arrived he fucked off, and when i took some photos and started going away, another couple of people came by. These rocks bound to collapse someday from all the visitors and rain.
Russia Bernd 2023-08-12 21:34:23 ⋅ 3mn No. 282921
Also, turns out there are AI applications and sites that allow to identify plants, simply by uploading the photo of said plant - some of them completelly free. I've been walking a lot outside recently, just snapping photos of plants and learning their names and where they come from

Russia Bernd 2023-08-11 09:55:08 ⋅ 3mn No. 282607
What is even the point of scaling that Everest mountain? People climb there, even at the cost of someone else's life and their dignity in the eyes of others.
Slovenia Bernd 2023-08-11 16:29:38 ⋅ 3mn No. 282641
>>282630 refer to 2nd line of the post you replied to
Peru Bernd 2023-08-11 20:31:59 ⋅ 3mn No. 282695
Máximum ego
Mexico Bernd 2023-08-11 20:35:28 ⋅ 3mn No. 282696
>>282695 fopbp
United States Bernd 2023-08-12 03:17:02 ⋅ 3mn No. 282754
there is no point to life so why not

United States Bernd 2023-06-11 20:09:29 ⋅ 6mn No. 274463
Is there a web site that allows me to easily look up the various species of fauna and flora that existed in a particular area (e.g. Los Angeles basin) throughout any time period (e.g. five centuries ago, ten millennia ago, one million years ago, etc.)?
United States Bernd 2023-07-05 18:33:04 ⋅ 5mn No. 277470
Not that i'm aware of; that would probably require mythical levels of ass burgers to accomplish

Ukraine Bernd 2023-06-27 06:55:29 ⋅ 5mn No. 276481
me singing
Ukraine Bernd 2023-06-27 06:59:54 ⋅ 5mn No. 276482


France Bernd 2023-05-10 20:51:04 ⋅ 7mn
No. 269889
hallo /OUT/ What waterfilters do you use and why? I have a grayl and love it, but I wanted to see what someone else might be using
Germany Bernd 2023-05-11 14:33:05 ⋅ 7mn No. 269975
>>269899 >>269899
United Kingdom Bernd 2023-05-11 17:17:35 ⋅ 7mn No. 269987
>>269973 The Grayl has pretty impressive filter and purifying claims. Where i live has lots of farming so lots of nitrogen run off and i haven't gotten ill yet while using it here and away, but yes its always best to try to find a spring >>269975 >>269899 Yea this is fine if you live in yurope and have good tap water, but if you travel for work and stuff local tap water can be pretty bad
Slovenia Bernd 2023-05-11 17:24:56 ⋅ 7mn No. 269988
drinking water is bad for you, you know that? water is very hypotonic, it causes you to lose electrolytes you should ideally drink liquids which are close to the osmolarity of your blood >>269987 drink beer, problems werent
Estonia Bernd 2023-05-11 17:34:35 ⋅ 7mn No. 269990
>>269988 based! beer is the problem solva. I recently got this one way valve insert for it so can put sashes of salt and sugar in it, very good for when in hot countries with crap infrastructure

Slovenia Bernd 2022-11-27 13:39:29 ⋅ 1y No. 240783
tfw /out/ is deda


Russia Bernd 2022-07-22 10:33:45 ⋅ 1y
No. 201387
Have you ever visited a cave? There is something about caves, maybe they activate some caveman layers in our brain, like some long forgotten memory of ancestors. Post your cave dis and adventures
Slovenia Bernd 2022-07-22 20:18:06 ⋅ 1y No. 201585
>>201387 yes we have many caves in the slovenia I have never been on a non guided tour though
Sweden Bernd 2022-08-25 16:52:15 ⋅ 1y No. 220186
>>201387 a tiny one its famous cause some thief 150 years ago hid out there, and then when police found him he threw food at em
Slovenia Bernd 2022-08-25 17:18:23 ⋅ 1y No. 220188
I visited 2 caves on the trip to Slovakia r8 **was going to visit 3 but I was late for visiting the 2nd one due to my lunch & then drive there taking longer than I reckoned and I had to wait for the next one in an hour which meant in turn I was always going to be late for the last visit to the 3rd one**
Russia Bernd 2022-08-25 17:37:16 ⋅ 1y No. 220194
I like warm wet places, I don't like cold wet places

Slovenia Bernd 2022-06-22 20:12:59 ⋅ 1y No. 177926
Here, some photos I took on Saturday when I climbed V.Draški vrh (2243m) First some pics from the valley. I drove car up to parkings at Uskovnica (na Lomu, 1061m) where I started at about 8:30. At Uskovnica it was opening party for the new alpine club hut (the old one was demolished to be completely renovated) From there I took the path on the left, across Čiprje (a steep slope that's constantly sliding down, the old path was destroyed ~2018, the new path apparently wasn't completely open yet – but I managed to get across the short part that wasn't ready yet) V.Draški Vrh is the pyramid shaped peak in the middle on 1st pic, on the right in 4th pic. The wide one next to it is Tosc, the smaller pyramid is Ablanca.
Slovenia Bernd 2022-06-22 20:20:44 ⋅ 1y No. 177928
When you cross Čiprje, you have to climb the slope of Tosc to the main path leading to Triglav. There were some marmot holes at the side of the path, haven't seen any marmots though. Also flowers. I believe those are [i]Trollius europaeus[/i] and some kind of forget-me-nots
Slovenia Bernd 2022-06-22 20:26:39 ⋅ 1y No. 177935
>>177928 The pass in 2nd pic is between V.Draški and Ablanca, the path leading to Triglav from Pokljuka goes over there. I had to get to the pass, and then go straight up along the ridge to the summit. Unmarked, but can't miss it, since it's the ridge. There's no real climbing sections but there's a bit of exposed rock before you get there. From the top of V.Draški and Tosc it's great views towards Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia, and down the Krma valley. Usually V.Draški doesn't have many people climbing it, but this time there were already 2 girls there, so I spilled my spaghetti.
Mexico Bernd 2022-06-22 20:28:48 ⋅ 1y No. 177936
it looks very nice
Slovenia Bernd 2022-06-22 20:29:12 ⋅ 1y No. 177937
I took the other way of descent, to the east, down into the valley of Konjščica pasture (named after horses, but today they have cows there – not yet up there this year though – and local cowherd will sell milk products for hikers all summer. But since no cows yet I just had some homemade pear brandy.) Then back to Uskovnica, check out the cows, see how the party is proceeding, eat some stew, check out the new club hut (it's still nice but maybe a bit too touristy for my taste – but hey it's practically down in the valley, so it's k), and drive back down to the valley.