Newfoundland: Experiencing Fun Things to do

Posted on 11 May 2019 (0)

I found Newfoundland to be unique than the rest of the parts of Canada. Trust me when I say that it is a great place to explore. As a matter of fact, the locals are so friendly and hospitable that you are never going to feel out of place. There are various kinds of things to do and see in here. Take a quick look at some of them.

Explore the Village

The Cupers Cove had been established by John Guy for almost 400 years. The view that it offers is just spectacular. It is situated at the center of the Conception Bay on the east coast of Newfoundland. It is a historical site that displays the life of John Guy. This is the best place to visit with your partner.

Check out the Pop-Art House

There is a small community that I came across at the entrance of the Newfoundland harbor. It had been developed as the temporary resident following the devastating fire. The colors of the houses are bright and eye-popping. I and my partner went hiking. It was a unique experience. Get to know about the culture and habits of the local people.

Learn About the Lighthouse

Being developed in 1843, the symbolic white and red striped lighthouse at the dark-grey rock is a great sight to behold. This is one amongst the handfuls that still remains in the world. Climbing the top, we were able to see the light that is fueled by oil. This was used during ancient times. It marked the entrance of Trinity and Bonavista bays for helping out mariners who were headed to Labrador. Standing on top, you will also get to see the blue water. Spend some time quite a time here. I was told about this place as a recommended place to visit by a chiropractor friend in Anchorage who runs Alaska Back Care Center.  Dr. Barry is an avid traveler and had mentioned this stop to me and I am so glad to have committed to visiting.  This was surely worth the visit.

Nizhny Novgorod – Explore the Cultural and the Economic Hub

Posted on 20 May 2019 (0)

Nizhny Novgorod had been founded by Prince Yuri Vsevolodovich in 1221 for protecting the borders of Russia. It is considered to be a hub of cultural, political, and economic activity in Russia. I had read about the stunning landscape of the city and thus, planned to visit. It is slowly turning out to be a hotspot for global and Russian’s tourists alike. Here are some of the best places that you can visit during your tour.

The Kremlin

The Kremlin is a stunning monument which covering a significant part of the ancient hill. This is architecture depicting the defense of Russia. I came to learn that the monument has experienced several troublesome events but is still standing. You will be surprised to know that 14 towers are connected by the high stone wall. Each and every tower has a specific function. The structure took 15 years to be built. A tour of the museum enlightened me about the history of the country. From inside, you can catch glimpse of the splendid view of the city.

Chkalov Staircase

Visit the Chkalov Staircase to clear your doubt about how many stairs are actually there. In order to reach the top, you have to be fit. Well, fit or not, I had to get to the finish line to experience the view that it has to offer. From the top, you can look out over the entire city.

Pechersky Ascension Monastery

St. Dionysius had built this monastery around 1328-1330. Eventually, it turned out to be the religious and the spiritual center of the city. However, a landslide in 1597 destroyed the monastery. In the same year, it was rebuilt. It is surely a great place to visit. The tranquility will come as a respite. You will find wonderful paintings on the chapel ceilings and wall.  

San Luis Potosi The City Of Museum

Posted on 01 February 2019 (0)

Being the central city in Mexico, San Luis Potosi becomes one of the places to be visited. It used to be the major gold as well as a silver mining hub on the Camino Real de Tierra. When I visited this city, I was impressed by the Colonial buildings like the one baroque-era Templo de San Francisco. Just near to this place is Templo Del Carmen that has ornately carved façade. This city has a lot of museums and is also a gateway to Real de Catorce to the north, which is now a pilgrimage site.

There are many places in San Luis Potosi that are a must see:


  • Nacional De La Máscara Museum


This place is a must visit if you happen to travel to this city, it is dedicated to the masked dance of Mexico. It is present on the Plaza del Carmen.


  • San Luis Potosí Cathedral


If you are in a mood to visit some religious place, then this one is a beautiful cathedral. Also known as St. Louis the King Cathedral, this one is a Catholic cathedral functioning as the seat of San Luis Potosí’s Archdiocese of Mexico.


  • Museo Laberinto De Las Ciencias Y Las Artes


Another museum is in San Luis which is a great attraction. If you are an art lover, then this place is made for you. You can enjoy exhibits related to science, technology as well as art. This is basically a contemporary museum offering unique spaces along with interactive exhibits. I personally like this museum a lot.

Apart from these, there are a lot of other museums in this city. Museo Regional Potosino, Museo Federico Silva, Museo Del Virreinato to name a few. This city also offers Plazas and parks among others. I, being a museum lover have always been a regular visitor to this place.

San Cristobal De Las Casas In Mexico: The Most Wonderful Things To Do

Posted on 23 January 2019 (0)

When you come to doing things in San Cristobal, believe me, you are never going to run out of options. Irrespective of whether you like culture, adventure, or adventure, there is something for everybody out there.

San Cristobal, Mexico is a peaceful town which is also known as Tzotzil. You will find a really cold temperature here. In case you are planning to visit any time soon, check out my guide to have the most wonderful experience.

  • Walk the Nooks and Crannies Aimlessly

This city is a lively and cheerful town. The people here have a cultural flair because of the old colonial heritage. There are many streets present here that are for pedestrians and will give the glimpse of incredible architecture which oozes culture and history. This is the reason I decided to walk within the city randomly and it was an amazing experience. This city becomes lively during the night time. If you buy any textiles or handicrafts while taking a walk make sure you bargain.

  • Visit the Many Temples and Churches

Just as the rest of the Latin American cities, San Cristobal isn’t any exception regarding religion. The local people are religious and have developed many cathedrals and churches around the town. These cathedrals and churches have interesting architecture. Every temple that you come across is excellent and also the most important eco-tourism destination. However, in 2017 several of them were closed for some renovation work due to the damaged caused by the earthquake.

  • Visit El Cañon Del Sumidero

Take the boat trip on Sumidero Canyon; this is the main attraction of the city. This is taken to be the most crucial destination eco-tourism. It is very close to the city and is a spectacular place to be. You can experience the beautiful nature of Chiapas in here.

Manzanillo: Experience A Fun-Filled Trip

Posted on 15 January 2019 (0)

Manzanillo is nestled on the waters of the Pacific coast. Being a beach-person, this place was a must-visit for me. I enjoyed everything that this area had to offer. Since I am adventurous, I loved the wild activities such as getting to the top of the local mountain with an off-road ATV. I also went for snorkeling. If you feel like, it is too much to plan on your own; you can take the help of my small guide around the city.

  • Go sport fishing

Being the sailfish capital of the world, it has some of the best sports fishing. Irrespective of whether you are looking for swordfish, sailfish, or marlin, there are many boats which will take you throughout the day. Manzanillo is home to several fishing tournaments. At times, the prizes also include boats and houses. People come in from all over the world from the tournament.

  • Visit Colima

Colima is thriving and clean city. As I drove down the paved boulevard it offered a good sense of the rich city of Mexico. This city has some of the best shopping centers. Jardín Libertad is an old square. Here, you will be able to check out Basilica Menor cathedral with several beautiful mural paintings by Jorge Chávez Carrillo, the local artist. You can check out the best urban shopping that is just a block away from the pavilion.

  • Visit Comala

Comala is just a few miles from Colima. However, it offers a different take on the Mexican life. The historic town is completely painted in a while. The walking streets that are paved in river rock are just like taking a step back in time. You can stop to eat or drink just beside the main plaza of Benito Juarez at Don Comalon. From here, you will also get a view of the cathedral and the main square.