Columbus Travels Myanmar ( Burma ) (6)

Snorkeling with stingrays? in the wild? I know. I thought this sounded crazy too. But Grand Cayman is famous for Stingray Metropolis: an exquisite shallow sand bar a number of miles out from the Northwest corner of the island that fills with stingrays day-after-day, drawing in tour boats of snorkelers wanting to interact with the pleasant rays.

After indulging on a number of things of sangria it was time to enjoy some beers underneath the quilt of patio umbrellas. The night time was still very younger and it was time to play a number of of the well-known drinking games and meet some other festival goers. After this we were off to explore extra of the competition. A short stop for a bathroom break turned into an all-out STRUGGLE. A SANGRIA BATTLE! Apparently this is the favored thing on the competition. Dumping a great deal of sangria on one another. (I just assume it is a waste of perfectly good Sangria!) In any case of us were very moist and sticky, we determined it was time to proceed on.

So we headed off to take a quick energy nap for half-hour. We found ourselves essentially the most comfortable a part of Pamplona, a really well kept fountain in the midst of a roundabout. We all had a nice nap and shortly after the solar was coming up, this meant it was time to move off to a run I’ll always remember. The rain had made the course slippery and because it was a weekend, at this time can be packed stuffed with runners.

I needed to submit a fast replace to let you all know that I am heading to Dubai tomorrow with Atlantis, The Palm!! This shall be my first time returning to the town since my authentic go to 6 years. As some of you know, Dubai was the journey that inspired me to start out TravelWriteDraw which is why I’m so excited to be returning for my career. I am unable to wait to share what I will be engaged on from this trip. Make sure you observe my journey over on Instagram @TravelWriteDraw I will be posting there day by day.

To not be confused with Pen Island. The identify sums it up enough. There’s a park right here that is stuffed with Penis statues. (Belief me I am not making this up!) The park is named Haeshindang Park. Getting around Nairobi is very easy. The public transport that’s at present out there is Matatus (shared mini-buses), boda-boda (motorbikes), taxi cabs, tuk-tuks and with the latest introduction of Uber, you will have UberX. Make certain to try their Calamari croquettes with squid ink and the metre-lengthy craft beer tasting plank with 10 totally different beers.