Travelling around Lisbon with limited time is not a good idea – the city provides plenty of view decks on its hilly location to enjoy vistas of the river and the sea, rich architectural heritage that will leave you gasping in awe for its highly crafted details, labyrinthine cobblestone alleys with houses decorated in tiles to get lost wandering in, and sumptuous pastries and sweets to indulge on.
Wanderlass looks back at her travelful year 2011 with some thoughts on life changing events and some statistics.
Bungee Jumping is one thing that I’ll never do. This is what I’ve been saying for the past 10 years. But like learn again and again, never say never.
The Festial de la Luz originated in 1986 when the city of San José organized the first parade of floats and the best marching bands in the country. I was told that the show gets better every year.
After a week in San Jose and not seeing much outside the bread shop and super mercato, I decided to do a day trip out of town. Sitting on atop the Pacific hot spot, Costa Rica is home to about 100 active volcanos. One of them is the Volcán Poás just 40km outside of the […]
After jetting around in Europe, where I spent an average of 1 week per city, I decided to take it even slower in Central and South America. After all, the visa is easier here. I mean I get 90 days for Schengen which is for 24 countries, while I get at least 30 days per […]