These are 5 tombs to visit in Buenos Aires La Recoleta Cemetery that should not be missed because of their unique stories. The first public cemetery in the city of Buenos Aires in 1822, La Recoleta Cemetery is the most historical and artistic monument of Argentina. The site has 4691 vaults, of which 94 have been declared National Historical Monuments by the Argentine government
One of the best things to do when visiting Sri Lanka is taking a train ride on Sri Lanka Railway. Sri Lanka Railway Department, branded “Sri Lanka Railways” (SLR), is Sri Lanka‘s railway owner and primary operator. It is a key department of the Sri Lankan Government, under the Ministry of Transport, with a history
Sounds of Marrakech Sounds of Marrakech was recorded in July 2016 using only my iPhone 6 while visiting Marrakech and preparing for my Road to Desert trip. Clips are unedited and will contain sudden noiseless gaps between recordings in longer recordings. This is purposely done to group a particular day and capture the
The best 18 minute road trip you’ll have today. A journey from Marrakech to the edge of the Sahara desert. Filmed on location on the road to desert from Marrakech to the foot of the Erg Chebbi desert southeastern edge of the Sahara desert in MOROCCO. A three day two night road trip that pass through the Atlas
Adam’s Peak, is a place of worship and pilgrimage by many religions for more than 1000 years. Also known as Sri Pada, it is home to a foot imprint on a rock at its summit. Depending on the faith, the foot print has been considered that of Buddha, the god Shiva, St. Thomas, and even, Adam
Todgha Gorge, or Gorge du Todhra is a canyon in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, near the town of Tinghir. Both the Todgha and neighbouring Dades Rivers have carved out cliff-sided canyons (Arabic: wadi) on their final 40 kilometres (25 mi) through the mountains. The last 600 metres (1,969 ft) of the Todgha
The largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Palermo is a barrio of the Argentine capital, located in the northeast of the city. The name of the district is derived from the still-existing Franciscan abbey of “Saint Benedict of Palermo”, the capital city of Sicily. An alternative history of the name, a folk story supported by journalists, the
Dar Anika is my favourite riad in Marrakech, centrally located and excellent service, it feels very much like staying in a palace rather than a hotel. The service is very personal and each guest is catered to their own needs. A second return to Marrakech and without a doubt I knew to stay here again.