Antigua Guatemala

Founded on 10th March 1543 and declared as a world heritage site in 1976, Antigua is a place where one can enjoy exploring the beauty of an incredible number of restored colonial buildings as well as the old ruined. It used to be Guatemala’s capital city until the disaster happened, the Santa Marta earthquakes in 1773 had made Guatemala city its new capital city in 1776 until now. Continue reading “Antigua Guatemala”

San Antonio

Travel story in San Antonio from the moment I left Houston. A short review on the hotel we’ve stayed for two nights in Red Roof+ and also eatery places such as in Mi Tierra Cafe and Riverwalk San Antonio area. Find out the food and drink prices at Lone Star Cafe, Club Sirius, The Ticket Sport Bar, Bier Garten, and also Dick’s Last Resort.

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Cartagena Old City

The Walled City was initially built by the Spanish and has been beautifully preserved by the local. The old town with its cobbled alleys, beautiful balcony decorated with flowers and vibrantly coloured colonial architecture, is the most cherished treasure of Cartagena, and what makes it unique is that the area surrounded by Las Murallas, the thick walls built to protect the town against enemies back in 16th – 17th centuries. Continue reading “Cartagena Old City”