Apopa: Improve The Hype Of Pop On Your Next Vacation

Apopa, which is one of the municipalities of the department of San Salvador, we wanted to explore something different in this beautiful country, so we were guided to Apopa, the city is now collided with Soyapango and San Salvador, making it part of the Great San Salvador Metro. The best time to visit Apopa is around January when the temperature and weather are breezy and sunny.


  • Iglesia El Rosario


the finest church in Central America with its non-descript concrete exterior concealing an arched roof and a rainbow of natural light rushing across the altar and bouncing off the metal and rock.


  • Acuatico Tio Julio Park


It may not be huge or very posh looking but it definitely has something for everyone.


  • El Picacho


The Christ at “El Picacho“, a monument which stands on the hill El Picacho, is in the north area of Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras, and is at a height of 4,353 feet above sea level.


  • Lake Ilopango


Lake Ilopango, a lake formed from the volcano, is in the central part of the city. The huge blue-green water will give you an unforgettable experience.


  • Panchimalco


This town comes under the San Salvador department of El Salvador. With its 35,000 inhabitants, and sometimes called “Panchos,” this city has a lot of historical roots and just like us, if you are a buff, then you will enjoy it. If you are someone who enjoys Indian culture or if you hail from India yourself then you must see this city.

We all know this place isn’t much hyped but it’s still a treasure waiting to be found and appreciated. Plan your trip now, Apopa is waiting to surprise you. It is better than you plan your trip to spend at least one week here.

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Delta: Enjoy A Fun Holiday With Your Kids

I planned to visit Delta with my kids this summer. I must say that I had a great experience unlike what people have to say. Here, there are several things to do and see for your kids. In case you are visiting Delta anytime soon, here are a few fun things that you can do with your kids.

  • Visit a bird sanctuary

Your kids are simply going to love this sanctuary. Covering an area of 300 hectares, there are natural marshes, wetlands, and treed paths. What surprised me was that his sanctuary is home to more than 300 species of birds. The best time to visit is summer and spring. Keep in mind that you have to walk as you will not get any skateboards or bikes. These are allowed inside. I had a picnic with my entrance. You can avail the facilities at the entrance.

  • Stopover a park

You should not miss out on Centennial Beach or Boundary Bay Park. Fly kites with your kids and have some fun. Go into the water or get a snack from the concession snack. Indulge in volleyball in the courts that are present in the park. You will find migratory birds here as this is migration route along Pacific flyway.

  • Check Out the Emma Lea Farms

Handpick some berries with your kids. Picking generally starts in the middle of June and end in the month of August. However, it depends on the berries. Apart from berries, you will also find seasonal vegetables in here. Do not forget to visit the ice-cream stand. I loved the smoothie and ice-cream. But you can also have sundaes and milkshakes. These are delicious and are made from the fresh berries which are picked from the farm. You are surely going to have a unique experience.

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Brighton: This Beach-Town Is As Amazing As It Sounds

Brighton is located between the beach and the South Downs countryside. Tons of investment has been done on the Brighton Seafront. Royal Pavilion is the most remarkable landmark as it is symbolic of regency. Booth Museum of Natural history houses more than 650000 specimens in the fields of botany, zoology, and geology. Preston Manor is another tourist attraction. This royal manor was once the residence of the Stanford family who earned extensively from the lands in Brighton. They close at sharp 5 pm.

Walks in Royal Pavillion gardens are very relaxing. After that, we visited the Brighton Museum and Art gallery. It has a mixed collection i.e., pottery, china fashion, ethnography and paintings of English and Dutch. There is a central hall on its premises which exhibits the decorative art, including the Scandinavia designs of post-war periods and Art Nouveau.

We explored the aquatic life at the Sealife Brighton, a Victorian arched aquarium located on the marine parade. Per person ticket cost around $18. Our kids loved the green sea turtles and seahorses nursery. They also have an underground transparent tunnel with stingrays, sharks and eels over our heads as we walk through.

We hopped shop to shop for a whole day at the flea market of North Laine. The Bohemian air adds to the vibes of the market. The Piers is a must visit. For a 360 degree view, go to the observation tower with a round glass lift rightly named as i360.

We cycled to the Brighton dome as it was nearby to our accommodation. We stayed at the Brighthelm Cottage situated on Church Street which cost us 160 Euros per day for a unit with various amenities.  We loved the food at the Gingerman. The street food and kebabs of the chili pickle are recommended. You also get Indian dishes there.

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