Urban Art in Bogotà

Bogotà is a city of many secrets and surprises. The graffiti tour is no secret, however. Normally the tour starts at the Park of the Periodistas, it lasts for about two and half hours, and it runs twice a day beginning at 10am and 2pm. It is a free tour but it is recommended that... Continue Reading →

View from the top!

When I'm lucky enough to sit by a window in an airplane, and the view is great, I have to snap the moment. When you see the view from the top, it makes you think about how the place would look when on the ground. I managed to take a photo of the sunset in... Continue Reading →

The Bloscar Award!

Welcome to the Bloscars! This special award by Ultimatetravel is to nominate all the bloggers that have been working hard for our entertainment and fun. The categories are for the best Travellers, Writers, Poets, Artists, Beauticians, Photographers, People-who-help-others-through-their-experiences-in-life, and many more. I would like to say a big thank you to all the followers, viewers,... Continue Reading →

Dancing Umbrellas, Sharks & a Reef

Recife is situated in the northeastern state of Pernambuco, Brazil. This city has many canals and a little island, and, because of this, was once known as the Venice of the north east. Recife is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration in Brazil with 3,995,949 inhabitants, the largest urban agglomeration of north eastern states.   The town dates back to the... Continue Reading →

Going Coconuts!

Natal is the capital city of Rio Grande do Norte in the northeast of Brazil. It's known for its extensive coastal sand dunes. The beaches and dunes are beautiful, and the sky is very blue. The place where all the dunes are located is called Genipabu. Natal won't appeal to you too much if you seek out... Continue Reading →

Between Waters

Cabedelo is a small city located about 20 km from the capital of Paraiba state in Brazil. The enormous Trans-Amazonian Highway (BR230) starts in Cabedelo and goes all the way on its 4000 km journey to the Amazon Rainforest.   The Santa Catarina Fort is Composed of an architectural complex with 20 compartments, among them the Chapel... Continue Reading →

Down South American Way

João Pessoa is the capital of the state of Paraiba in the northeast of Brazil. Its old town is known for its baroque and art nouveau architecture. It was also held by the Dutch for around 20 years in the 17th century. Its name has changed several times and its current name, literally translated as “John Person”,... Continue Reading →

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