Located on Lake Nicaragua or Lake Cocibolca, the island of Ometepe is one of those places in Central America that you should not miss. From the air it looks like an eight, an eight formed by two volcanoes, the Concepción with 1,610m and the Maderas with 1,394m, both joined by a small isthmus. Concepcion Volcano The island of Ometepe Lake Nicaragua is known worldwide for the possibility of seeing sharks in fresh water, whose presence is due to the only exit of the lake, the San Juan River.
Cappadocia is one of the most impressive places in the world, its rock formations make it something unique and special. Some compare it to the moon and the truth is that they do not fall short. When we went to Cappadocia and we found its wonderful landscape we did not hesitate to want to cross it in a balloon, if it was beautiful while you were walking through its rocks, from the air it had to be even better and the truth is that we were not wrong.
There are so many things to see in Rome that when you walk through it you let yourself be blinded by what it was and the wonder of everything that still exists. Walking around the city, through the squares of Rome may seem chaotic, messy, even dirty, but no one can deny us the life that exists around those squares, with those terraces, that almost decadent lighting but always, full life.
The route we are going to comment today is perfect for those who like to enjoy the mountain alone. The winter route to the Cabezo, in the Sierra de Gredos, is little frequented and many times we do not find any mountaineer miles around. A route that we already commented on in summer and that we have now decided to do it in winter, butt of snow and in a circular way.
India. Leh and the wonders of the Indian Himalayas. What a feeling to land at more than 3,500m surrounded by imposing mountains coming from a city as different and as opposite as New Delhi. It would not be surprising that over the years this remote Indian territory will go from having a runway the size of a Lego model to an airport capable of attracting and absorbing hordes of tourists willing to kick the temples and mountains of this particular corner of the Himalayas
El Salto del Nervión is surprisingly the largest waterfall in Spain. Located between the provinces of Burgos and Alava, this jump reaches a height of 222m, but be careful, you can only see the water fall two or three months a year, when the thaw arrives and the rainy season. When passing through a karst terrain, with seasonal streams, the waterfall water only precipitates about two months a year coinciding with the rainy season or snow thaw.