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A blog about discovering and exploring the world in search of once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Crossing one thing at a time of my long Bucket List. Also you may found helpfull tips about making your own bucket list.
Blog Tags: sports - travel - food - bucketlist - Spain - Madrid
Blog Added: March 19, 2015 07:04:38 AM
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Blog Country: Nicaragua   Nicaragua
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24. Get on the cover of a magazine

The year was 2003, like every student (UNICA) I was sitting in the cafeteria (eating “churros de queso”) when some girl ask me if I wanted to be a model (obviosly I laught, me being just 1.58m didnt see me as model), anyway in Nicaragua is more like brand promoter. Was my first job (for...

The year was 2003, like every student (UNICA) I was sitting in the cafeteria (eating “churros de queso”) when some girl ask me if I wanted to be a model (obviosly I laught, me being just 1.58m didnt see me as model), anyway in Nicaragua is more like brand promoter. Was my first job (for the time I felt rich with my paycheck haha).

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Revista Elegancias
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Revista Elegancias y Belleza

 



23. Be a speaker in a Workshop

Thanks to Comunica tus ideas and Claro Nicaragua, I got the chance to participate as a speaker at a Digital Marketing Workshop for entrepreneurs.

Thanks to Comunica tus ideas and Claro Nicaragua, I got the chance to participate as a speaker at a Digital Marketing Workshop for entrepreneurs.



22. Meet someone famous

Thanks to my job (advertising in a telecom) I’ve been able to meet talented people and some national and international artists.    

Thanks to my job (advertising in a telecom) I’ve been able to meet talented people and some national and international artists.

 

 



21. Do a Movie Tour: Angels and Demons

Before you start reading, here is the trailer of the movie Dan Brown is one of my favorite author, the books The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demon, are the perfect mix of history, mistery, travel and novel. My hubby and I spend a week in Rome and in Vatican city, there are no words to describe how...

Before you start reading, here is the trailer of the movie

Dan Brown is one of my favorite author, the books The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demon, are the perfect mix of history, mistery, travel and novel.

My hubby and I spend a week in Rome and in Vatican city, there are no words to describe how amazing they are, the food, the art, the streets, is like an outdoor museum.

So being there, of course I couldn’t miss to do the Angels & Demons tour.

1. The Pantheon

Langdon comes to the Pantheon, mistakenly thinking it to be the first altar of science due to the first line of the poem “From Santi’s earthly tomb with demon’s hole”. This is an spectacular building, the entry is totally free, but you have to wait in line to enter.                 Tip: Have an amazing dinner at Armando al Pantheon

2. Santa María del Popolo (First altar of science Earth)

Go to Chigi Chapel, where the first cardinal murder takes place in the book. Here you’ll find Bernini’s statue Habakkuk and the angel, pointing the way and guiding Robert Langdon down the path of illumination. Unfortunately We didn’t get to see them as the site was closed due to restorations, but nevertheless we hanged around Piazza del Popolo

3. Saint Peter’s Square (Second altar Air)

The second cardinal was found dead in the square itself, lying by a fountain with his ribs punctured (“air escaping his ribs”).

We arrived on a sunday morning minutes before the Angelus, the best part, we got to see Il Santo Padre Francesco so close!!! We felt blessed!!

4. Church of Santa María della Vittoria (Third altar Fire)

Here you have to look for Bernini’s Ecstasy of St. Teresa, a tribute to the fundamental element ‘Fire’ is considered by many to be an almost-pornographic statue. You have to use google map to located the church, cuz is very hard to find (although there is a church in every corner of Rome).All churches in Rome have free entry, all you have to do is dress appropriately and not go when there are mass.

5. Four River Fountain in Piazza Navona (Fourth altar Water)

In the fountain you’ll see four male figures that symbolize the four important rivers of the old world, one of each continent – America (Rio della Plata), Africa (Nile), Asia (Ganges) and Europe (Danube). Here is where the last cardinal almost get killed.

Must say this is by far my favorite fountain, it is so beautifully made and has so many details that You can stare at it for hours.

6. Castel Sant’ Angelo and Ill Passetto

This castle was the meeting spot of the Illuminati, and is connected to the Vatican through a secret passage – Ill Passetto”. It has an imposing structure, This Castel overlooking the Tiber River might look haunting even if you hadn’t read “Angels & Demons,” but it’ll undoubtedly be more so if you have. You have to wait in a long line to enter, and you must pay, because is a museum. You have to climb all the stairs to see the angel on the top and also to have the best view of Rome.

7. Final Stop: The Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Church

Beautiful almost divine Sistine Chapel, is the site of the Papal conclave, the process by which a new pope is selected. The fame of the Sistine Chapel lies mainly in the frescos that decorate the interior, and most particularly the Sistine Chapel ceiling and The Last Judgment by Michelangelo. Is a sacred place and very guarded, you are not allow to take pictures (my bad! sorry)

St. Peter’s Church is absolutely breathtaking, You’ll see the majestic St. Peter tomb inside, the same place where the anti-matter canister was hidden in the storyline, and where the Camerlengo dies.

Hope you enjoyed this virtual tour!





19. Visit Somoto and buy their famous Rosquillas Somoteñas

¿De paseo por Somoto? No te olvides comprar grandes bolsas de Rosquillas somoteñas

Last weekend my husband and I traveled for almost 5 hours on the road to the city of Somoto, the capitol of the department of Madriz, this was our first time in this city, and the most important thing we needed to do was to buy their famous “Rosquillas”. You know how we love food!

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Managua – Somoto

The highway from Managua to Somoto is in very good condition, we stopped in Estelí to have lunch in Rosti Pollos, then hit the road for another 2 more hour.

Somoto city looks like a traditional city of Nicaragua, tile-roofed houses, people on bicycles and sorrounded by mountains.

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Street in Somoto

As soon as we asked for the best rosquillas, a woman from town took us directly to the Vilchez House, where they produce rosquillas, viejitas (rosquillas with melted sugar in the center), empanadas and rosquetes. They have two big artisanal ovens, you can also see the corn exposed to the sun, little birds stole one or two corn grains, and at the back are four women making the rosquillas.

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Is a very fun and relax trip, maybe the next time we get the chance to visit the Somoto Canyon.

Another fact of the city is that this is where our great singer and writer Carlos Mejía Godoy was born.

Find more about the city here  Somoto Tourism



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