This is the Bridge of Peace, in Tbilisi, Georgia. It's 150 metres long, a pedestrian bridge, and crosses the Kura River. It's one of the Georgian capital's most recognisable landmarks, and was built in 2010. Thanks for popping by! May the Journey Never End!
Today I am joined by my good friend Adrian Valenta as I return to Melbourne's west. This time I head to the beachside suburb of Altona where I take a snorkel and a walk and experience one of Melbourne's surprisingly nicest beaches!
So, you're heading to Turkmenistan! Who isn't, right? But when you're there, what are you going to do and see?
Frustrating days in Australia
Today I’m reviewing some of the places we ate in destination Hobart, places where we had lunch. We didn’t eat out a lot in Hobart, not for dinner at least. but for lunch we got to try a few interesting places!
A look at the Rivulet, the Cascades Female Factory, the Harbour and the Museum!
You have two days and $200. Where you gonna go? TOKYO! And you know what, I think this one is EASY on $200. You'll see why...
Well folks, in this day and age of Covid some countries are more open than others. And so Pakistan is one such country! And it seems quite a few people have been visiting this year!
Howdy all. Today it's a video from 'Indigo Traveler' which is really interesting to say the least. He heads north from Manaus on the Amazon in Brazil to the border with Venezuela. I was unaware that so many refugees were fleeing from Venezuela - something like 5 million - to Brazil. 'Enjoy' - is not …
Bridge of the day today comes from destination - Rio de Janeiro. At a little under 14 kilometres - 13.29km to be exact, and joins the city of Rio to the city of Niteroi across what appears to be ocean. At the time it was built, 1968 to 1973, it was the second longest bridge …