13 Horrifying Hotel Worker Confessions

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Ever wonder what’s going in your favorite hotels when you aren’t looking? This video may bring your imagination to life more than you’d like.

Find out what horrid things 13 hotel workers have done while on the job. Beyond being horrified, you may find yourself laughing out loud when you partake of this video.

11 Weirdest Beaches We Want to Visit

Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas
Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas

The sands of this tropical beach get their unique hue from coral fragments ground into sand.

Kourou, French Guiana
Kourou, French Guiana

This beaches sands are bright green thanks to the mineral olivine.

Glowing Water in the Maldives
Glowing Water in the Maldives

This strange effect comes from microscopic bio luminescent phytoplankton giving off light when agitated by the tides.

Maho Beach, Saint Martin
Maho Beach, Saint Martin

This beach is located just feet away from an airport runway.

Glass beach in Fort Bragg, California
Glass beach in Fort Bragg, California

This beautiful sand was actually created after years’ worth of sand was pounded into pebbles of sand by the surf.

Punaluu Black Sand Beach, Hawaii
Punaluu Black Sand Beach, Hawaii

The black sand is a result of basalt lava, which explodes as it flows into the sea and rapidly cools.

Pfeiffer Purple Sand Beach, California
Pfeiffer Purple Sand Beach, California

It’s only found in patches, but that’s purple sand, created from manganese garnet deposits in the adjacent hills eroding onto the beach.

Red Sand Beach, Rabida, Galapagos
Red Sand Beach, Rabida, Galapagos

This vibrant sand is caused by either coral fragments or more likely the oxidization of iron-rich lava deposits.

Giants Causeway Beach, Ireland
Giants Causeway Beach, Ireland

This beach dates back to some 50 million years ago, when basalt lava rose to the surface and cooled into the strange columns of rock.

Hidden Beach in Marieta, Mexico
Hidden Beach in Marieta, Mexico

This beach was supposedly formed when the Mexican government used the uninhabited islands for target practice in the 1900s.

Jokulsarlon, Iceland
Jokulsarlon, Iceland

Glassy chunks of ice juxtapose beautifully against this beach’s black volcanic sand.

Cave Beach in Algarve, Portugal
Cave Beach in Algarve, Portugal

These rocks made of limestone are easily corroded by tides to make caves like this.

The Beach of the Cathedrals, Ribadeo, Spain
The Beach of the Cathedrals, Ribadeo, Spain
Koekohe Beach, New Zealand
Koekohe Beach, New Zealand

The Moeraki boulders, aka “dragon eggs,” are sedimentary rocks pounded into smooth shapes by the surf.

Hot Water Beach, New Zealand
Hot Water Beach, New Zealand

This beach essentially has underfloor heating. Visitors can build a makeshift hot spring, and warm water will bubble up. Much better than a spa.

Bowling Ball Beach in Mendocino, California
Bowling Ball Beach in Mendocino, California
75 Mile Beach, Fraser Island, Australia
75 Mile Beach, Fraser Island, Australia

Planes land on it.

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