Just around 38 miles from Las Vegas (Nevada, USA), Hoover Dam was included on our trip itinerary when visiting Las Vegas.
We visited the Grand Canyon (Arizona, U.S.) in April when the weather was still a little bit chilly but sunny Arizona helped to warm us up. The Grand Canyon was […]
The most photographed thermal in Yellowstone, Grand Prismatic Spring, is a must see when visiting the Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, USA). In fact, I knew about the Yellowstone National Park […]
After visiting the Antelope Canyon, our Navajo guide, Kurt, took us to Rattlesnake Canyon. Dutchie and I took two canyons photo tour; the Antelope Canyon and Rattlesnake Canyon. Rattlesnake Canyon […]
When visiting Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, USA), we were amused by a large number of bison living there. Impressively, Yellowstone is the only place in the United States where bison […]
39th edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information about the marine life species and to promote their […]
Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. – Desmond Tutu Monochrome Monday
Located in Northern Ecuador, Otavalo is well known for its indigenous people, Otavalos and its market that surrounded by three volcanoes; Cotacachi, Mojanda, and Imbabura. The Otavalo market is […]
It took us about 45 minutes by boat from El Coca to reach the Eco-lodge in the outskirt of the Yasuni National Park (Ecuador), next to Napo River. Yasuni National Park is part of Amazon rainforest.
There are numerous waterfalls in the Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, USA) and even with three days visit, we did not make it to seeing all of them. The Yellowstone National Park is huge (almost 9,000 km²), and three days are not enough to visit all point of interests of the park.
Monochrome Monday Built in between the year of 1448 and 1469, the Town Hall of Leuven, a small town in Belgium, is truly fascinating. It has Gothic style with statues of […]