Conch Republic Daysl is a non-stop party featuring parades, live music, and street performances. But the highlight of the whole shebang has got to be the Great Conch Republic Drag Race, where grown men race down a 100-yard track in high heels and dresses. It’s a sight to behold and always draws a massive crowd.
For me there is nothing more rewarding in life than travel. Travel opens the mind. It changes your perspective of the world. Travel helps identify your place in the world. Traveling plays a vital part in keeping the mind, body and spirit stimulated.
With its unique beauty and wild adventure, the Vulcan Totuma, a mud volcano is a must-visit attraction for anyone traveling to Cartagena. So take advantage of this unforgettable experience. Get ready for a wild ride you’ll discuss for years.
As I returned to the Hill of the Cross, I couldn’t help but feel overwhelmed by the sheer beauty and majesty of Antigua, Guatemala. It is a city that seems frozen in time, a living museum of colonial architecture that has survived the ravages of time and history.
Listen here, friends. The question on everyone’s mind is, “Is Guatemala City safe?” I’ll tell you this as a travel vlogger – it’s a complicated issue. The authorities rank it as a Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) due to crime, but don’t let that scare you off completely.
The Bazurto Market is a place where you can find anything and everything. The market is a haven for foodies and adventurers, from fresh fish straight off the boats to exotic fruits and vegetables. It’s a place where the sights, sounds, and smells assault your senses and where the rules of the outside world don’t seem to apply.
When visiting Cartagena, choosing the right neighborhood to stay in can significantly enhance your experience. In this post, we will explore the pros and cons of each community in Cartagena to help you decide where to stay.
La Comuna 13, once known as one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Medellin, Colombia, has transformed into a hub of vibrant street art and a symbol of resilience and hope.
Salento is a town that truly embodies the warmth and hospitality that Colombia is known for. From its friendly locals to its stunning landscapes and vibrant nightlife, Salento is the perfect destination for anyone looking to experience the best of Colombian culture.
Bogota isn’t safe for tourists, in my opinion. It is a city with many attractions, but still, it is also a city that comes with many risks for tourists. The high crime rate, theft, scams, protests, and infrastructure issues are all factors that contribute to the city’s reputation as a dangerous destination.
Located in the heart of Bolivia’s Andes Mountains, the Valle de las Animas is a breathtakingly beautiful region that is steeped in history and surrounded by stunning natural beauty.