One of the most touristic spots in the capital of Chile is a hill called “Cerro San Cristobal”. This place is the Chilean (smaller) equivalent to Christ the Redeemer hill in Rio de Janeiro. On top of the hill, a Virgin looks out to the city. Although the signs read … more »
Colorful, colonial, picturesque. The peninsula is also the only place where you get to see dramatic sunsets in Brazil as the country is on the east coast of South America.
Granada in the south of Spain is a beautiful city where you will find a distinct fusion of middle eastern and western culture. With the Al Hambra, a massive and opulent moorish castle and it’s gardens overlooking the white houses around the city, you’ll find a unique mix of Spanish … more »
Mauritius is often used interchangeably with Paradise. There’s no doubt about the fact that everything on this little island in the Indian Ocean looks breathtaking! Wake up in the morning to the sound of the waves mixed with chirping birds. Eat a hearty breakfast filled with tropical fruits. Lunch will include … more »