Many years ago when I travelled round South America I visited many countries and a variety of interesting places, including Cartagena and San Agustin in Colombia, Machu Picchu in Peru, Foz do Iguacu on the borders of Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina and the national park, Torres del Paine, in the South of Chile. I clearly remember enjoying all of them immensely, and for a variety of different reasons. Another iconic tourist site I visited during that sabbatical was the Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro, and I recall commenting to a North American lady standing next to me, admiring the view, that it was a shame the day was cloudy, to which she replied that at least it was another one that could be crossed off the list.
On Travelling, Selfies, and the Local Markets of Chiang Mai, Cardiff and Medellin as Alternative Tourist Attractions.
Welsh, Photographer, Vegan, English teacher and translator from Spanish to English.