WanderingTrader

Travel Blogs

My travel blogs from traveling around the world and containing all the stories, tips, and awkward situations that I have gotten in. I have traveled to roughly 80 countries now and have visited all 7 continents. Traveling around the world has taken me to the desolate deserts of Africa and even the tropical climates of Asia and South America.

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TOP 5 THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO

The cultural and financial capital of Canada is commonly called the heart of the country, the everything of Canada, even little New York City.  Many consider Canada to be an extension of the United States but many don’t realize that Canada has its own culture.  Toronto is known as the most multicultural city in the […]

CN Tower: Watching the Yankees game at 1,800 feet

I really wanted to go back to New York City to see a Yankees game before I left North America.  I think everyone should go see a game in the Bronx since its one of the great american pastimes.  I was still able to see the New York City skyline and other parts of the […]

Buenos Aires is Changing – Visit before its too late

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You remember that vacation, the time you visited the place (that is pronounced theeee place, not the place).  The (theee again) kind of place that you couldn’t stop yourself from dreaming about until you have actually been there.  Then once you are there it’s everything you expected.  You sit on the plane or the train […]

Trapped in-between cultures: Who am I?

Trapped in-between cultures: Who am I?

First let me tell you a little about my history:  I was born in a South American country and grew up in a part American/part Latin culture.  My first language was Spanish but I also speak English, Italian, and conversational French and Portuguese.  I by no means look Spanish with pale white skin and green […]

REVIEW OF THE BLUE LAGOON ICELAND

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The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s most popular attractions drawing the attention of hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.  The lagoon is actually a geothermal spa fed by water from a nearby geothermal plant.  The water originates near a lava flow from 6,000 feet at its deepest level (2,000 meters).  The actual lagoon […]

What I’m most excited about living in South America

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The reason why I chose South America first is because there are so many things to see in the east that once I leave this part of the world I don’t plan on coming back (at least not to the United States). I’ve been planning my trip for some time and currently have an overall draft of […]

TORONTO SUMMER FESTIVALS: DANCING AT CARIBANA PART 5

I love this video because it shows the passion that these people have for festivals.  There are many things that Caribbeans are proud of and at the top of the list are their festivals and Caribana in Toronto Canada is no exception.  Great music with great people and one of the great things about Caribana […]

TORONTO SUMMER FESTIVALS: PHOTO OF CARIBANA PART 2

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This is one of my favorite costumes that I saw in the entire parade.  You can see in the back left of the picture the mobile gate that was formed to keep tourists out.  I of course am one of those guilty tourists that decided to jump the fence.  If you ever plan on attending […]

Video from the Mosaika Light & Sound Show

This is during the middle of the show when emphasis is places on the railroads that united the country.  The video is just over 2 minutes long and gives you a great idea of what the show is about.  If you would like to see more Mosaika pictures you can see the Mosaika review post […]