... noticed, is that there was something wrong with the last blog template.

As you might have observed, I had to change it. For some reason the other one didn't show up the "read more" button, so unless you clicked on the title of each post you wouldn't know there was more to them that you could see on the first page.

Anyways, yesterday I surpassed 50 views again - and I think I know how to do it. You have to force it down the throat of people... Spam everything with it and hope for the best.

Also, we surpassed the views of last month, and we still have a couple of days left, so things are going pretty good. Thanks for everyone who visited, and keep up the good work!

So today I thought it would be a nice chill-out for everyone to look at some amazing waterfalls from around the world (and since I also have to study water for tomorrow's exam).

1. Krimmler Falls

Krimmler falls is considered to be the tallest waterfall in Europe, with a total height of 380 meters (1247 feet). It is located in Austria, the High Tauern National Park. It's also a tiered waterfall. It goes down in three stages, with the upper drop of 140 meters, the middle one 100 and the lowest 140 again. It's visited annually by about 400000 tourists.

2. Apucaraninha Fall

This amazing waterfall is located in Brazil. It's about 116 meters high (381 feet). To visit it, you must obtain approval from FUNAI, and take the Rodovia Celso Garcia (PR445) to Lerroville District (Londrina) where you will find a country road that leads you to the waterfall.

3. Iguazú Falls

This waterfall is in South America, and it's also referred at as “The Devil’s Throat”. It's between Brazil and Argentina and it is made up by 275 cascades. It's only about 82 meters (269 feet), and it's divided by various mini islands.

4. Kaieteur Falls

This waterfall is 226 meters high (741 feet). It's located in Guyana, South America, and it's one of the world’s most powerful waterfalls on Amazon. It is about five times higher than the Niagara Falls, and two times bigger than Victoria Falls. It can be easily reached by both land and water.

5. Rhine Falls

This waterfall is located in Northern Switzerland, and it's also one of the largest plain waterfalls of Europe. It's about 150 meters(492 feet) wide and 23 meters (75 feet) high. It is believed that the grand Rhine water falls were formed during the last ice age. These water falls are about 17000 years old. Boat trips and other water adventures are the chief attractions of this water fall.

6. Nam Tok Thilawsu Waterfalls

Nam Tok Thilawsu is situated in Thailand, and it's one of the most picturesque waterfalls of the world because of the terraces it has. The terraces are about 400 metes (1312 feet) high and 300 meters (984 feet) wide. The falls are part of the Um Phang Wildlife Sanctuary.

7. Skogafoss Waterfalls

Skofagoss is a single drop waterfall in Iceland. It's about 25 meters (82 feet) high, with a drop of 60 metes (200 feet). Due to the huge amount of mist that is generated by the waterfalls, single and double rainbows are a common sight on sunny days at Skogafoss Falls. Legend has it, that the first Viking settler in the area apparently buried some treasure in a cave behind Skogafoss Waterfalls. Years later, this treasure chest is known to have been found by a local lad only to have disappeared again.

8. Wallaman Falls

This waterfall is the highest one drop fall in Australia. It has about 340 meters (1115 feet). Wallaman Falls is believed to be a sacred place for the Warrgamaygan Aboriginal people and part of their traditional land. The falls may be reached from Ingham by traveling west on Fairford road through the town of Trebonne. Given that the roads are steep up the range, as well as wet, vehicles like RVs and trailers are not recommended. As per travel guides, this is a great place and well equipped for camping.

9. Angel Falls

Located in Canaima National Park in Venezuela, this beautiful waterfall claims the honor of tallest waterfall in the world. With a 807 meters (2,648 feet) plunge and a total height of 979 meters (3212 feet), it is easily 30 meters (100 feet) taller than the second largest waterfall in the world.

10. Havasu Falls

The vibrant blue water contrasts against the striking red rocks of the canyon walls as Havasu Falls plunges nearly 30 meters (100 feet) into a wide pool of blue-green waters. This, the most striking waterfall in the Grand Canyon, sports a wide sandy beach and plenty of shady cottonwood trees to relax by.