The charm of Tequisquiapan (Tequis, affectionately called by locals and visitors) is evident both in its busy center, full of colonial buildings, and in its outskirts, in the semi-arid landscape of the state of Querétaro, México.
Borobudur, besides being one of the most magnificent ancient constructions, is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. The building, which has the shape of a stupa (Buddhist architecture that mimics the ancient burial mounds, which were the tombs of past civilizations), was founded and built by Mahayana Buddhists around 800 AD, during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty.
The brightness of the rainbow that bloomed in the sky, eclipsed on the horizon the town of Taxco, which emerged as a series of buildings of classical colonial architecture bordering the green hills. The surrounding mountains looked like green carpets stretching gently towards the beauty of the "magical town".
Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia. In addition to a spectacular natural panorama, the island also has a culture rich in unique traditions with an incredible historical background. One of the most interesting destinations to visit in Bali is Tanah Lot.
From the road, on board the car, it seemed that we could reach the Peña de Bernal by foot, but the minutes and kilometers passed and it hardly seemed that we were approaching. La Peña is much bigger than it seems, and that makes me feel emotion and respect for nature.
The golden sparkle of the twilight tinge on the western horizon seemed to sweep over the blue tapestry that afternoon. Far away from the horizon, a number of surfers competed to conquer the swell of the swelling waves. While some others choose to sit relax on the soft white sand while enjoying the natural beauty hidden in the south of Java, Sawarna Beach.
The Archaeological Zone of Tula, whose name in Nahuatl (the Aztec language) is Tollan-Xicocotitlan, is, like many ancient areas in Mexico, bearer of that solemn mystery that makes us keep silent when we walk among its ruins, recognizing the undeniable bond that unites us with the past.
Shinta Utami is a tough woman from South Jakarta. She traveled from Jogjakarta to Jakarta in 2017 using a modified wheelchair. The purpose of this trip was to raise awareness about persons with disabilities and accessibility, while also raising funds for Shinta Utami's trip to Asia. Here's the story of her journey.