The decrepit footpath of Spain’s El Caminito del Rey floats like a broken chain of islands in the sky. The jagged mosaic of steel and concrete is precariously tacked onto the vertical cliff faces of El Chorro canyon. Clinging thousands of feet over the teal waters of Río Guadalhorce, the remnants of the old “king’s little path” is as much a testament to human bravery as it is a monument to our foolishness.
There’s no doubt that Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The entire metropolitan area is a living monument to human ingenuity and creativity.
Spain is a country that has it all. It’s unique geography and eccentric culture blend together to create a land of contradictions. It’s a place where adventure and relaxation intersect.
Costa Rica has an excellent public transport system and some of the best infrastructure in Latin America. Still, you won’t find much helpful information online concerning Tican public transit.
While the lagoon is technically one of the most urban pink lakes in the world, it’s not actually that easy to access. The lake is privately owned and therefore not highly promoted by the local government and tourism board. Many sections are also closed off to bathers because they are nature reserves.