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Giovanny Parra

Giovanny Parra



Passionate about technology, photography, travel, culture, and learn new things. Love meeting people.

Volcán del Totumo - El Totumo Mud Volcano

Published April 16th, 2012

El Volcán del Totumo es un cono volcánico lleno de lodo, que se encuentra ubicado en el municipio de Santa Catalina (Bolívar), muy cerca de la frontera con el departamento del Atlántico, en la Región Caribe de Colombia. Presenta una escasa elevación (algo más de veinte metros), para llegar a su cráter es preciso ascender por una rústica escalera de madera. Los corregimientos cataneros de Loma de Arena y Pueblo Nuevo son los mas cercanos al mismo.

El Totumo Mud Volcano is a mud volcano located in northern Colombia in the municipality of Santa Catalina.[2] A local tourist destination, popular for its alleged healing mud-bath, it receives most of its visitors from nearby Cartagena. The mound itself raises at about 15 m (49 ft) and it is serviced by an accessible staircase that leads to the crater, which can accommodate about 10 to 15 people at a time; there, tourists bathe in the dense warm mud and have the option of receiving personal massages from the attendants.[3] The experience is ...

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Hong Kong

Published April 12th, 2012

Viaje a Hong Kong, algo de comida, lugares interesantes y mucho por caminar.

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Salt Cathedral Zipaquirá Colombia

Published April 12th, 2012

The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá (Spanish: Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá) is an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquirá, in Cundinamarca, Colombia. It is a very popular tourist destination and place of pilgrimage in the country.[2] The name "Salt Cathedral" is mostly to attract tourists - while a functioning church that receives as many as 3,000 visitors on Sundays, it has no bishop and therefore no official status as a cathedral in Catholicism.

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