|UNESCO World Heritage Site of Suzhou|
They have similar travel interests to mine: eating lots of good food, cultural attractions, nature/hiking/outdoor activities, and my most beloved: historical sites. Rachel, the female blogger, even has a list of all the UNESCO World Heritage Sites she's visited. I love this idea and am copying it (as a new page, so I can look at it regularly).
|UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dazu|
Since I found out about this list a few years ago, I try to plan all my trips around visiting Sites if at all possible. This has actually significantly improved my travel experiences, both because the Sites are superior attractions (being more beautiful or historically significant than anywhere else in the world) and because it's led me to places I wouldn't have otherwise visited (since so many Sites are relatively unknown).
For example, one of the highlights of our time in China was visiting the Dazu caves. These are truly spectacular Buddhist rock carvings dating from about 1000 years ago, and remarkably well preserved (especially compared to other rock carvings in China).
|Buddha with original golf leaf and paint, hundreds of years old|