Traveling is a pleasure that most people look forward to all year long. In some cases, saving for a trip to cross off your bucket list might take years, so the expectation of everything being perfect is normal. However, luck is not on everyone’s side and sometimes trips fail like these did.
This guy dreamed all of his life to go to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, but the fog was so intense on his visit that taking a picture was impossible.
Machu Picchu is one of the world’s most impressive places and many thousands of tourists go to visit it every year. Unfortunately, the day that this person went couldn’t see a thing.
If you travel thousands of miles to see a great touristic spot like the Big Ben please make sure to check if they will be doing any maintenance on that date.
The funniest part about this picture of these brothers on Mount Rushmore where you can’t see the mount at all is that the mom took it, we can’t even blame the weather.
Apparently the worst enemy for any traveler out there is fog. This guy went to Hitler’s spot in Germany and this is the best picture he could take.
Some monuments look much more impressive in pictures than in real life, but luckily this girl was amused by how small the great wall really is.
The good thing about these pictures is that we could all take a picture on a foggy day and say we were somewhere else. London? Paris? You got it.
This poor person saved all his life for a trip to Japan and this was the best picture he could take of mount Fuji. It could have been much worse.
We love the people who don’t let weather conditions ruin their days or trips. He had a good sense of humor about not even being able to see anything.
There are few places in the world that are more amazing than Everest, and that’s what makes it such an iconic tourist spot. If you can see it, of course.
This picture was taken in San Francisco, looking over the Golden Gate Bridge. Unfortunately, it was so foggy that they couldn’t see anything at all.
This looks as if the museum was actually trolling people: imagine going to another country to see a painting and finding out it was removed. It’s so sad.