Perhaps the most beautiful city in Bolivia is Sucre, a charming, quiet and not too touristy city that a traveler should definitely not miss . It is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, and sits 9000 ft (2750m) above sea level. The city is also known by three other names, (Characas, La Plata, and Chuquisaca) giving it a nick name of, the "City with Four Names." Here are a few tips from places to stay, eat and drink, and finally shop for some Bolivian souvenirs.
Published in Where to Go?
Packing for that big vacation can almost feel like a big vacation in itself – after you’ve lost your “to-do” list, finally found that special someone to take care of your dog while you’re off, off, and away, and located the perfect place to stow away your vehicle while you’re gone, packing all of your big bags may feel like climbing a staircase to hades– but it doesn’t have to. Here are five simple rules to follow when packing for your next destination away
Published in Weekly Top Lists
“Every day is a challenge, but it’s not a challenge you can’t overcome.” Sergeant Travis Mills is a true testimony to his own words. While on his third tour to Afghanistan, SSG Mills of the United States Army was critically injured when an improvised explosive device (IED) exploded while he was on patrol. Mills lost parts of both legs and arms, making him a quad amputee. Although Mills is only the fifth quadruple amputee to ever survive his injuries, he promised the doctor he was going to be out of the hospital in 10 months.
Published in Making A Difference
After a short trip to Rome with my fiancé recently, I've gained empathy for a problem that women with large breasts are said to experience: lower back pain. In my case, the weight hung from two straps around my neck: a Nikon D5100 DSLR camera with a 18-200mm zoom lens, and a camera bag with accessories, guide books, and other tourist accoutrements.
“Let’s go get a coffee, right Meow!” A cat café is a theme restaurant, where domesticated cats can be watched and played with by customers. Patrons either pay an hourly cover fee or just purchase food items to enjoy. It’s a form of supervised indoor pet rental that started due to ‘no pet’ restrictions at numerous housing complexes through-out over populated cities in the east.
Published in Food & Drink