Monday, June 3, 2013
If you are thinking in travelling to Costa Rica and visit to Irazú Volcano, remember this words: "It is possible to frozen if you are not warm enough, and if you are lucky you will see the main crater"
That day I was completely frozen and the crater never appeared. However, a few days after, I went to Póas Volcano and it was great ! Take a look of this panoramic pictures of Poás Volcano.
Fumarole activity at the Poás crater
Lake Botos is an inactive crater within Poás Volcano National ParkThe Poás Volcano is an active stratovolcano in central Costa Rica. It has erupted 39 times since 1828.
I took this pictures last year, Poás Volcano is a wonderful place to visit!
Related Posts: Irazú Volcano in Costa Rica
Monday, April 30, 2012
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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Fuudis, a new concept in the Buenos Aires dining scene, combines live artistic performances, tours of the city and innovative culinary experiences.
The idea behind Fuudis, where diners eat one course at three different restaurants in a given neighbourhood, is to try interesting food in unusual settings and to get to know new people and places.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Monday, December 19, 2011
In Tandil, during the Easter holidays, when 10.000 believers visit the Mount Calvary (Monte Calvario) along the Way of the Cross (Via de las Cruces), it is possible to watch fourteen groups of sculptures, illustrating the sequence of the route of Christ to the Cross, which ends at Monte Calvario.
It is one of the more important religious festivities in Tandil and this destination can be visited any time in the year.
I took this pictures at the top of this Mount where you can find this fantastic Sculpture.
You can see handkerchief at the botton of this sculpture.
The Calvario Mount is one of Tandil's most important places to visit.
It is formed by 14 sculptures that represent the stages of the Via Crucis. During Easter week, thousands of pilgrims visit it and join in the procession to the Main Church.
I took this pictures in the Mount "El Calvario" in Tandil - Buenos Aires - Argentina where the peaple leave handkerchief under the Christ Sculpture in representation of grief and faith
Friday, November 11, 2011
Iguazu Falls in Argentina (Misiones Province), in Iguazu River, are one of the world's largest waterfalls.
They extend over 2,700 m (nearly 2 miles) in a semi-circular shape.
Of the 275 falls that collectively make up Iguassu Falls, "Devil's Throat" (Garganta del Diablo) is the tallest at 80 m in height. Iguazu Falls are on the border between the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentine province of Misiones, and are surrounded by two National Parks (BR/ARG). Both are subtropical rainforests that are host to hundreds of rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.
More information. Iguazú Falls in New Seven Wonders of Nature