Some people who are rich tend to do whatever they want. But this guy in the video knows how to give them a lesson in public.
There are two cats who just love sharing and taking turns at a bowl of milk. Have seen such a sweet bond of sharing before?
Barrio Yungay is a neighborhood of Santiago, Chile, located to the west of the city center in the commune of Santiago and to the west of Barrio Brasil.
Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos (originally known as Estadio Nacional de Chile) is the national stadium of Chile, and is located in the Ñuñoa district of Santiago. It is the largest stadium in Chile with an official capacity of 48,665.
Construction began in February 1937 and the stadium was inaugurated on December 3, 1938. The architecture was based on the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany.
I don't know but is that even legal to do? I mean you just can't let your 3-year-old operate an excavator just because you can.
Barrio Brasil is a neighborhood of Santiago, Chile, located to the west of the city center in the commune of Santiago and to the east of Barrio Yungay. Barrio Brasil is close to the neighborhoods Dieciocho, Concha y Toro, Yungay, and República and lies immediately to the north of the Alameda.
This is a mind-blowing wheelchair stunt which you have never seen before. I know it sounds weird because after restart failure normally you need a wheelchair.
Clentaru and Traccion street in Santiago, Chile
The longest Off road vendors at Los Reyes park in Santiago, Chile
The bandoneon is a type of concertina particularly popular in Argentina and Uruguay. It is an essential instrument in most tango ensembles from the traditional orquesta típica of the 1910s onwards.
Lastarria neighbourhood in Santiago is the Barrio Lastarria, a centre of culture with a bohemian, artistic vibe that I adore. Its cobblestone streets and European architecture are nestled in between the busy downtown core and another popular neighbourhood, Providencia. Year after year, I’ve watched my beloved barrio come alive with new cultural outlets and amazing restaurants!
El Barrio Italia is one of the most attractive for tourists: circuit design, gastronomic center, shops, boutiques, cafes and intimate streets.
The Italia neighborhood in Providencia is one of the busiest in Santiago .
Settled by immigrant artisans in the 19th century, the Italian quarter is carving out a new reputation for itself, with beautiful furniture and crafts, boutique cafés and antique bargains.
If you were born in the 90's cartridge games were crazy back then. And you will definitely remember the struggle to make the thing work. Funny but nostalgic.
It’s the color of the day and also the season, Green is one of Spring’s hottest fashion trends
If you want unconditional love, you need a puppy. Save a dog and get unlimited love in your life.
Sky Costanera. This is nothing more, nothing less than a 360o viewpoint located on the 62nd floor ( over 300 m high ) of the tallest building in Latin America, the Gran Torre Santiago. Can you imagine the sweeping views? Not to mention the Andes Mountain Range framing the entire city!
This chef here makes food quickly, gets all the ingredients right, packs them and serves them only with a single hand. Yes, dude, you are awesome.
Eisenberg shares the scoop on his intimidation of Hayek, a Zombieland sequel and an Off-Broadway Play with Susan Sarandon