Visiting Monserrate in Bogotá

Monserrate is a mountain that stands 3,152 metres (10,341 ft) above the sea level in Colombia’s capital city of Bogotá. On top of the mountain is a church devoted to El Señor Caído that was built in the 1600s. From the top of the mountain there is the most breathtaking views of the city. Pictures don’t doContinue reading “Visiting Monserrate in Bogotá”

How to Experience Montréal Like a Local

Montréal  is a vibrant city packed with artwork and culture. Canada is very welcoming to immigrants, which allows Montréal to be filled with people from all over the world. I was so impressed by all the different cultures represented throughout the city. One of the moments that sticks out the most to me from myContinue reading “How to Experience Montréal Like a Local”

Visiting Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

If someone you know has traveled to the Dominican Republic and you ask them where they went, the majority of the time their answer will be “Punta Cana”. While Punta Cana is great if you are wanting to stay at a popular resort, it is typically packed with tourists and the beaches can be extremelyContinue reading “Visiting Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic”

How to Spend a Weekend in Mexico City

We only had 3 days in Mexico City and we definitely made the most of it! Here are the activities I recommend including in your Mexico City itinerary. La Casa Azul – The Frida Kahlo Museum La Casa Azul was the home of the famous Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo. It is located in the historicContinue reading “How to Spend a Weekend in Mexico City”