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6. Throw Tomatoes during La Tomatina  in Buñol, Spain

La Tomatina is one large tomato fight that occurs at end of August
each year. Tens of thousands of people from around the world
come to participate in the event. The event officially starts when
someone is able to climb a slippery pole and grab the ham that is
placed on top of it. Then the mess begins and you get the chance
to throw a tomato at
Someone.
7. Travel to Space with Virgin Galactic

For a mere $200,000, it is going to be possible to take a trip to
outer space and experience weightlessness for a few minutes
before returning back to Earth. Going to outer space is no longer
only the domain or astronauts or the mega rich. Now, those who
have dreamed of seeing Earth from above and can pay $200,000 for
the joy have an opportunity to do so as Virgin Galactic will soon start
offering rides.
8. Bathe in El Totumo Mud Volcano near Cartagena in Columbia

On top of a volcano that looks like a small mound exists a mud crater where people can bathe and soak, and even receive a massage. The volcano is not very high and is accessible by a flight of stairs. Going up may be easy, but going down, drenched in sun-baked mud may be more challenging. Luckily, upon coming down, visitors receive a water bath to rinse off the mud and then go on to their next plan.
9. Visit the Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst in Hungary

A UNESCO heritage site and Europe’s largest cave system, the Aggtelek Karstand and Slovak Karst are a group of about 712 identified caves. They feature stalagmites, stalactites, underground streams, high humidity and enormous halls. Visitors can buy cave tours and witness one of nature’s
great wonders.
10. Dig Amethyst Minerals in Juchem Quarry near  Germany

Beach, sun, camping, you must have done it all. But you’ve probably never
excavated rocks from the Earth. Rock and mineral collecting is a big hobby
for some, and there are many places on the planet where you can dig
rocks, for a fee. If you ever travel to Germany,  consider stopping at
Idar-Oberstein. It has the Juchem quarry where stone collectors can
come and dig collectible stones like Amethyst. The price is about €6 for
adults and most of the visiting times are on weekends.

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