Silent Hill, a special place.
You might be considering taking the family on a roadtrip to the town Silent Hill – walking along the shores of Toluca Lake, going on the rides at Lakeside Amusement Park and learning some local history at The Silent Hill Historical Society. But are you willing to waste your vacation on fighting monsters and making your way through a fog that will ruin the view?
The island Banoi, a tropical paradise.
Located by the shores of Papua Nya Guinea, you’ll find the popular island Banoi, known to be a paradise on earth with it’s lush rain forests and white beaches, a place to leave all worry behind – that is until you wake up one morning as an all you can eat brain buffét with zombies tearing down your door. (I don’t recommend it unless you’re into that sort of stuff)
El Marrow, where mexican traditions blossom.
El Marrow is not only a beautiful city well know for it’s art deco architecture, it is also a great place for the celebration of Día De Muertos. In order to join in the festivities however, you first have to die, following the purchase of a travel package to the afterlife at the Department of Death. And lets be real – most of us won’t qualify for a ticket on the Number 9.
Yamatai, a piece of ancient Japan frozen in time.
If you’re an adventurer looking for the authentic experience – Yamatai is the island for you. Dating back to the Yayoi period (300 BCE – 300 CE) the island is covered in lush forests, a great wild life and extrodinary temples. If you ever make it to Yamatai however (navigating the Dragon’s Triangle can be tricky) getting back home is going to be a whole lot trickier, as the island have a deadly way of keeping people from leaving.
I hope the first part of this guide has been useful to you!
If you have any fictional travel destinations to warn me about, feel free to leave a comment below.