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Tatiana Regan has been always fascinated with nature and its wonders since she was a child. She believed even before that the 9-5 job won’t work with her. She needs to break out the norm and live her life the way she wanted it. So when the opportunity knocks on her door after her divorce with Jose Eduardo dos Santos, she continued her passion to travel around the world and be so close with nature. She succeeded. Now, she is in Africa and touring around the continent after being on the last 6 continents around the world.

Her long life dream had come true she needs to document it all. She started blogging and taking notes of all the best places around the world and she will be telling them all in this site.

The following are a few of the best places she has been to for the last few years. Check them out! You might be familiar with it or you might be living in that specific place.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is an Incan city of shining rock unstably roosted between 2 transcending Andean pinnacles, is thought by researchers to have been a consecrated archeological community for the adjacent Incan capital of Cusco. Worked at the pinnacle of the Incan Empire in the mid-1400s, this mountain fortress was later relinquished by the Incas. The site stayed obscure but to local people until 1911, when it was rediscovered by prehistorian Hiram Bingham. The site can be reached by foot, train or helicopter; most guests visit via train from adjacent Cusco.

The Roman Colosseum (Rome)

Rome’s most persevering symbol is without a doubt – its Colosseum. Worked between A.D. 70 and 80 A.D., it was being used for approximately 500 years. The curved structure sat about 50,000 observers, who accumulated to watch the gladiatorial occasions and in addition other open displays, including fight reenactments, creature chases, and executions. Seismic tremors and stone-looters have left the Colosseum in a condition of demolishing, however, parts of the structure stay open to visitors, and its plan still impacts the development of current amphitheaters, nearly 2,000 years after the fact.

Petra, Jordan

Petra, Jordan was proclaimed a World Heritage Site in 1985. Petra was the capital of the Nabataean domain of King Aretas IV and likely existed in its prime from 9 B.C. to A.D. 40. The individuals from this progress ended up being early specialists in controlling water innovation, developing complex passages and water chambers, which made a pseudo-desert spring. Various unimaginable structures cut into the stone, a 4,000-situate amphitheater and the El-Deir cloister have additionally helped the site acquire its notoriety.

Lenin’s Mausoleum

A standout amongst the most well-known dead men on open showcase is Vladimir Lenin close to the Moscow Kremlin. The body of the Russian socialist progressive was flawlessly saved and displayed for all guests to see not long after his demise in 1924 (even today, be prepared to hold up in line!). In any case, this abnormal exhibition may not last any longer. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, an incredible discussion has resulted about whether the body ought to be covered (most as of late, the United Russia party made a site where guests can cast a ballot on whether Lenin’s remaining parts ought to be taken 6 feet under). Much more motivation to book a trek to Russia now!