Rate our ReviewsSan Isidro Lima. Peru….On one of our sunny. Lima, spring afternoons, I found myself walking the streets of the residential district of San Isidro. There, one can still find very beautiful colonial and republican residences that represented, at the time, the lordship of the large plantations/ranches that developed in that zone.
Rate our ReviewsPerhaps the saddest feature of Lima, Peru is a common belief that it offers little to entice the traveller. Actually, nothing could be farther from the truth! The general belief is that it is just a jump point to Cusco and Machu Picchu. It is a shame that all of Peru is overpowered […]
Rate our ReviewsIt was another early morning and another uncomfortable “ taxi” seat to the border town of Rosso, Senegal, two hours North from St. Louis Island. I was squeezed beside a larger African lady who used half of my seat and half of the passenger’s seat to her left. She proved to be my […]
Rate our ReviewsTeide National Park…Most people go to Tenerife to enjoy the sun, beaches and the nightlife. However the island has much more to offer. The most magnificent volcanic scenery is inland and culminates in the peaks of El Teide and Pico Viejo. El Teide –is the the highest mountain in Spain and the third […]
Rate our ReviewsAmid the tight schedule of visiting places of great historical and cultural importance, while learning the Dravidian and other Indian cultural influences in Siem Reap, there are still other experiences to hold the traveler’s attention. One should also try the experience of ballooning which provides you with an exciting aerial opportunity to explore the country, from high..