Traveling cats at the famous Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Known for its beautiful architecture and many cats, the cemetery is one of the most striking sights of the capital. La Recoleta was originally a monastery outside the city. When the monks left in the nineteenth century, it became the first public cemetery of Buenos Aires. It turned into an exclusive graveyard for the wealthy as many rich citizens fled to this part of town to flee the yellow fever.
Cat pictures by: Sobi
Previous Recoleta Cemetery cats here and here.
And in conjunction with the Bucket List Blog Hop hosted by The Mama Diaries, here's my little list of things I'd like to accomplish and places I want to visit. I've been lucky to realise many dreams over the past few years (attending the Cannes Film Festival and Sitges Film Festival, publishing several books, making movies) and I'd be a happy girl if I can do these things over and over again. Otherwise, here's what I'd like to add:
1) Visit as much haunted attractions as possible during a USA road trip;
2) Go on a safari (I'll be going to Gambia in two weeks and I'm secretely hoping that a safari is included in the press trip);
3) Publish the three books I'm working on at the moment;
4) Returning to Molyvos;