Hiroshima: Exploring the Historical City

Hiroshima is the home to some of the warmest people of the country. I was definitely not going to miss out in the first city in history to be ravaged by an atomic bomb on my trip to Japan. A visit to the city made me realize that is more than this. Hence, it is […]

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Hangzhou – One of the Richest Cities of China

Did you know that this city, known to be one of the richest and biggest cities on earth, was also documented by Marco Polo when he spent time in the Yuan Empire? There are accounts of the city in different ancient documents as I discovered. During Song dynasty, it was noted that the city had […]

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Leon, Jinotega

After Managua, Lein has been ranked as the second largest city of Nicaragua. Its Spanish founder was Santiago de los Caballeros de Leon. We decided to visit based on a recommendation by a friend we met while in DC visiting the Vietnam Memorial. It is situated along the Rio Chiquita (Chiquito River), about 90 kilometers (56 miles) […]

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