• Food / Drinks,  Travel,  United States of America

    Miami South Beach

    The drama CSI: Miami and Pitbull who's always included Miami in his song lyrics taught me about Miami, and seeing this place with my own eyes was just unbelievable. I enjoyed exploring this place even with the Sargassum seaweed invasion because there's so much more to see besides the beaches here in Miami. I've included in this post the places I've visited or come across with during our three nights stay in South beach.

  • Colombia,  South America,  Travel

    Sol Muisca Villa De Leyva

    Located about 4.7km away from the town, and situated opposite the Stonehenge of Colombia or also known as "El Infiernito", Sol Muisca is a place where one can learn more about the Muisca culture through a guided tour. The Muiscas is an indigenous people of the Central Americas, and they are one of the four advanced civilizations besides Aztec, Maya and Incas. This ancient civilization still exists, but the population of the Muisca has drastically decreased in the modern days.

  • Colombia,  South America,  Travel

    Centro de Investigaciones Paleontológicas [CIP] Villa De Leyva

    Journey back in time in this Paleontology investigation centre / Centro de Investigaciones Paleontológicas [CIP], a place where they study, preserved and display the fossils of the long-lost creatures that no longer exist on planet earth. The collection of fossils displayed in this place are from the area around Villa De Leyva, and the oldest fossil dated back to five hundred million years ago! The recent fossil they found was in 2015.

  • Colombia,  South America,  Travel

    Casa Terracota

    Casa Terracota or also known as The house of the Flintstones is the biggest earthenware in the world. Measuring at 500m², this giant craft built by Octavio Mendoza located about 1.9km away from Plaza Mayor. Constructed by using the four elements - earth, water, fire and air, the architect hopes to promote a harmonies lifestyle with the surrounding environment and also raise awareness about the damages of modern construction to nature.

  • Colombia,  South America,  Travel

    Villa De Leyva

    Villa De Leyva is one of the most stunning colonial towns in Colombia that filled with history, festivals, museums and sightseeing in which make this place popular among the tourists from all over the world, as well as the Colombians and expats living in Bogota.

  • Colombia,  South America,  Travel

    La Candelaria

    La Candelaria happened to be the first place we visited for sightseeing in Colombia, and although it had been over a year since our last visit, I was still able to remember the moments in my mind. On our first visit, we're still new to this country, having arrived in Colombia just five days ago, we yet to find an apartment, and still staying in the accommodation that the BC had arranged for us, Juliette ApartaSuites in Chapinero.

  • Colombia,  Food / Drinks,  South America,  Travel


    A city built in ridgelines with steep slopes, Manizales has more beautiful churches in one precinct than any other city that I've been to in Colombia. Founded on 12th October 1849 by settlers from Antioquia, this place is like mini Medellin with a variety of shopping centres, nightlife (Thursday ~ Sunday) and it has a subtropical climate with year-round monthly temperatures around 16.5°C.

  • Colombia,  Food / Drinks,  South America,  Travel

    Santa Rosa de Cabal

    Founded in 1844, Santa Rosa de Cabal is a lovely town located about 40km away from Manizales, and 15km away from Pereira. This town, which is well-known for its Chorizo and Hot Springs is located at an altitude of 1,715 meters above sea level and with an average temperature of 19 °C. There are two famous hot springs in this place - Termales de Santa Rosa de Cabal and also Thermal Reserve San Vicente. Having only a night in this place, we only managed to go to one of the hot spring, San Vicente.

  • Colombia,  South America,  Travel

    A Night In Pereira

    Pereira is a city known for trade and commerce, and not so much on tourism. Located in the foothills of the Andes in a coffee-region, an elevation of about 1,400 metres, the average daily high temperature ranges from 25°C to 27°C, and the average daily low ranges from 16°C to 17°C, quite similar to Medellin.


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