"There is no greater aphrodisiac like victory" - S.S. Montefiore Disclaimer: I very much enjoy learning about history, and I am fascinated by European royalty. Simon Sebag Montefiore’s The Romanovs is one of the most fascinating and informative books that I have read. The Romanovs is not only about the history of the Romanov dynasty, … Continue reading THE ROMANOVS – BY SIMON SEBAG MONTEFIORE
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VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL The most vivid of the memorials, the Vietnam Veterans makes it 5th among my five favorite memorials in Washington DC. This memorial consists of the Vietnam Women and the Three Servicemen statues... ...and the two 75-meter-long walls that have engraved the names of the 58,307 men and women that either died during the … Continue reading My 5 Favorite Memorials in Washington D.C.
Social entrepreneurship or social ventures are businesses of which its main goal is to create sustainable social value. This kind of business model is transforming the traditional way the world does business into a more socially responsible one. Mohammad Yunus is the greatest representative of social entrepreneurship in the world; however, it is the generation … Continue reading “You have to fall in love with the problem, more so than the solution”: Marcela Falquez, Co-founder of ID Social
Found it!! Yes, found it! My go-to burger place in Polanco. Since arriving in Mexico City, I have been missing burgers like crazy. Yes, because when I was in Bogotá I used to go to this famous burger place, El Corral, at least once a week for my weekly dose of burger and French fries. … Continue reading My Go-To Burger Place in Polanco, Mexico City
Hey guys, So this is my second and final post on my ¨good-bye Polanco¨ series. Many of the visitors we have had during our stay in Mexico, always asks us where they can do some shopping. Well, there are plenty, plenty, plenty of places to go shopping in Mexico City, but as it happens, Polanco … Continue reading Shopping Travel Guide – Polanco, Mexico City
As some of you may have already figured out (that is, if you follow me on Instagram) during my stay in Mexico City, I had been staying in the Polanco neighborhood… well, very sadly, that is no longer the case. I just moved, and I miss it terribly, so I decided to write about what … Continue reading Food Travel Guide – Polanco, Mexico City