The Magic Water Circuit, one of Lima’s biggest attractions, is the current record holder for largest fountain complex in the world, according to Guinness.
Located on the outskirts of Villa de Leyva, Casa Terracota is an irregular reddish house built in clay, which is the biggest piece of pottery in the world.
If you ever find yourself wandering around the streets in downtown Santiago in Chile in early May and you hear some loud live music and vibrant singing, do yourself a favor and go check it out. Chances are you are about to get your first glimpse of tinku, an upbeat festive dance that originated in […]
Located just 25 kilometers from Villa de Leyva, Ráquira is known in Colombia for its traditional pottery and hand-woven goods. In fact, its name means Village of Pots in Chibcha, an almost extinct language of Colombia, spoken by the Muisca, one of the four advanced indigenous civilizations of the Americas. The town itself is quite […]
Best of all, I didn’t have to go too far to see some striking murals. It turned out that Barrio Brasil is a great spot for street art in Santiago.
Located just 22 kilometers from San Gil, the Juan Curi waterfall is a popular day trip in the area.