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Pictures of Colombia

Travel Photo of the Day: Castillo de San Felipe Cartagena Colombia

During the seventeenth century, the Spanish paid for prominent European military engineers to build the fortresses which are today Cartagena’s most significant identifying features. Engineering works took well over 208 years and ended with some eleven kilometers of walls surrounding the city, including the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas shown below. In 1984, Cartagena’s […]

Cathedrals in South America

Travel Photo of the Day: Basílica del Voto Nacional

Basilica del Voto National is a church that dominates Old Quito’s skyline.  Its neo-Gothic architecture gives it an almost eerie facade. Visitors can climb all the way to the top of these towers for a truly amazing view of the city below.  At various moments of our ascend we assumed that we could not continue […]

Mountain Pictures

Photo of the Day: Valle de Frances Patagonia

During our Full Circuit Trek at Torres del Paine Patagonia, Chile, we hiked off path for an hour to the top of Valle de Frances. Valle de Frances is the middle leg of what forms the “W.” If you can endure it, there is a hidden trail that continues to lead up the mountain past […]

NBA Basketball Finals

2011 NBA Finals Miami Heat – I Went!

My brother has lived in Miami for about 8 years; he is a big Miami Heat fan but has never been to a game… until now. 2011 NBA Finals We watched Miami play the Chicago Bulls on TV and although Game 7 was in Chicago, the sport networks showed images of thousands of people outside […]

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