Spotted Lake, British Columbia, Canada
Want to discover the magic of the spotted lake in Osoyoos, British Columbia? Well you might as well do it with a bottle of Ruby Hibiscus Water in your hand. During the summer, as the lake begins to evaporate, visitors can see a plethora of coloured spots appear across the lake. We’re still investigating extraterrestrial presence, but scientists believe the mineral makeup of the lake is behind this magical vision, and while most agree (eye roll), we continue to be skeptical… It’s pretty much a mirror image of the back of a Shnootle’s back, but hey, what do we know?! Ah well *sips Ruby*.
A warm water spring in the middle of Turkey is pretty much begging you to crack an ice cold Ruby (DISCLAIMER: when we say crack, we mean open, do NOT break the bottle). In the ancient city of Hierapolis, you can visit Pamukkale (meaning “cotton castle” in Turkish). Here lies natural thermal pools glistening with a blue water so beautiful it rivals the spectral red beauty of hibiscus water. It must have been created in the Rubyverse first and transmogrified down trillions of years ago.
Fly Geyser, Nevada, USA
Accidental wonders are kind of our thing here, over at Ruby. While creatures in the Rubyverse typically have large rock formations in their backyards, the Fly Geyser is a fun attraction for you simple-minded Earthlings.
These geothermal, rainbow geysers located in the middle of nowhere Nevada, shoot out piping hot water over 5ft into the air. Now that’s a superpower we wish we had in the Rubyverse too, sadly we’re just left with invisible cloaking and an ethereal song that can immediately put you in a meditative state equivalent to a flower in the wind.
Sippin’ a Ruby on the edge of the Nevada Black Rock Desert seems like a great time. Add in colourful rock formations and that’s practically out of this world!
Die Rakotzbrück – The Nature’s Own Ring
Die Rakotz - The “Devil’s Bridge” - can be found in Gablenz, a beautiful and quaint part of Germany. The bridge itself was built almost 150 years ago and proves to be an architectural masterpiece, given its PERFECT reflection into the water below.
Let’s cheers our Ruby’s to perfect circles in nature.
Sea Of Stars – Walk Down The Glowing Water
You’re probably thinking “there is NO way this place is on earth” - it is… We think. We’ve never been, so we have no way of truly proving that. Anyone? Beuller???? On the beautiful Maldivian island Vaadhoo, in the late-summer we see a unique phenomenon of sparkling waters over a reef due to bioluminescent phytoplankton. Needless to say, drinking Ruby here is one for the bucket list!
Honourable Mention: Ruby Falls (Chattanooga, TN)
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WRITTEN BY NAZ THAKKAR