… Mercado Tirso de Molina is hands down to be one of those.
My days in Santiago were not much delightful as my budget was running low. I didn’t take any tour but just wander around the city. For the sake of saving money, I came to visit free-entrance attractions such as Plaza de Armas, Cerro Santa
Ta Van is a village located not too far from Sapa. Compare with the downtown of Sapa which is very much of a tourist-aimed site recently, Tavan, on the other hand, is still well preserved and offers a truly authentic experience of the ethnic minority lifestyle. It is well-known for the beautiful ri
I have just rewarded myself a trip away from the city, to have a few days in a remote small village of the northern mountainous area - Ta Van Village. Here I have the chance to experience an authentic herbal bath of and ethnic minority called Red Dao people.
The herbal bath is actually a special
For an afternoon wander, one stopover at Cerro Santa Lucia seemed not enough to fulfill my expectation, I decided to visit another free-entrance place nearby, which is known as a very central point of Santiago – Plaza de Armas.
With just a walking distance, it didn’t take me long to go there. It
Santiago, Chile was the last destination of mine in South America. As my budget was running low, I didn’t take any tour there at all but just spending time exploring around the city. For a budget travel plan, there is nothing better than visiting nice and entry-free attractions. Then Cerro Santa L
Peru was an amazing country that has no shortage of incredible things to explore even at its endpoint. On my way south, right in the border of Peru and Bolivia, located in Puno Region, Titicaca Lake which’s known as Inca’s birthplace, was hands down a spectacular spot to pleasantly fulfill my Peru
When I realized that my Peru trip was about to end, and I was yet to get enough sense of the Incas, I started missing all the amazing places that I had left behind.
Lima, Ica, Cusco, etc. might be all what this country was about, I thought.
Fortunately, Peru was an amazing country that has no shor
On the way heading south, La Paz was a stop that I spent much more time than I had planned. Due to the protest which was taking the place in Uyuni - my next destination after La Paz, I had no choice but staying longer in this city and waiting for the protest to end. Unexpectedly, I had more time to
When it comes to Inca’s ruins, most people definitely think of Machu Picchu as it is the most impressive heritage of the largest empire in the Americas, which is still well restored nowadays. However, that is not Inca’s legacy all about. There are so many things other than Machu Picchu surrounded i
When it comes to Inca’s ruins, most people definitely think of Machu Picchu as it is the most impressive heritage of the largest empire in the Americas, which is still well restored nowadays. However, that is not Inca’s legacy all about. There are so many things other than Machu Picchu surrounded in
Huacachina, possibly shortened from “wakachina qucha” meaning “hidden lagoon”, is a village built around a small oasis and surrounded by sand dunes in southwestern Peru.
Leaving Lima, I chose Huacachina as a stopover before taking 18 hour bus trip to Cusco
Keep writing about the Plaza de Armas?
Yes. I’m not reposting tho. This post is about another one. xD
Plaza de Armas is actually not a specific name of any specific place, it is common name for all of the Colombian main squares.
Just in case you want