Jumping around the world

Welcome to my blog! On my social media accounts (Instagram and Facebook: internationationalcaty and Twitter: internatlcaty), I’ve embarked on an exciting series of jump shots from around the world. There’s something uniquely exhilarating about capturing these moments of joy and freedom in each country I visit. It’s become a signature part of my travels, perfectly embodying the spirit of interNATionalcaty. Join me as I leap across continents and share these vibrant, gravity-defying moments!

Guatemala City, Guatemala:

This picture was taken in the Central Plaza, in front of the fountain. Guatemala City is the heart of the country and the largest city in Central America. The Central Plaza is where tourists can mingle with locals amidst the market, surrounded by the architectural and historical beauty of the city.


Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala:

An active volcano since 1965, Pacaya is a popular spot for enthusiasts due to its constant activity. Though I gave up hiking just half a mile in and opted for horseback riding, I can still proudly call myself an “enthusiast.”

Cerro de la Cruz, Antigua, Guatemala:

My second “hike” in Guatemala was up to Cerro de la Cruz, less than a mile with a steady incline. At the top, you’re rewarded with a panoramic view of Antigua and the historical cross that was placed there in 1930.

Jungfrau, Switzerland:

Here I am at the Top of Europe, with the Swiss Flag fluttering behind me. Fun fact: desecration of a Swiss flag installed by a public authority can lead to a monetary penalty or imprisonment of up to three years.

Rhine Valley, Germany:

Just before New Year’s Eve, I visited the foggy Rhine Valley region. Although the dense fog obscured much of St Goar’s beauty, I managed to capture a glimpse of it between the buildings.

Catedral de Santiago, Antigua, Guatemala:

This picture was taken in the roofless ruins of the cathedral, destroyed by a massive earthquake in 1773. The site is hauntingly beautiful, with vegetation sprouting from cracks in the walls and massive chunks of pillars beneath sweeping brick archways.

Riekermolen Windmill, The Netherlands:

In front of the historic polder drainage windmill dating back to 1636, I captured this shot. The windmill, located on the bank of the River Amstel in Amsterdam, still spins, though it was taking a break on the day of my visit.


Ready to take the leap and plan your next adventure? Let’s make your travel dreams a reality! Contact us or reach out on my social media accounts (Instagram and Facebook: internationationalcaty and Twitter: internatlcaty) to start planning your unforgettable journey. Whether it’s exploring ancient ruins, conquering active volcanoes, or capturing the perfect jump shot in front of iconic landmarks, I’m here to help you create memories that will last a lifetime. Let’s jump into your next adventure together!

(18) Comments

  1. Amber Myers

    All these jumping photos are awesome. You make me wish I could travel. One day, I hope! You’ve been to so many amazing places.

  2. Meg

    Great photos! I think the Pacaya Volcano and St. Goar pics are my favorite – 2 places I wasnt really aware of before, but I think I would enjoy seeing. I love the idea of the jumping pics – hopefully we’ll see more soon! 🙂

  3. Whitney

    Great campaign to jump in each country… great reason to travel and can turn into a great cause.Good luck and enjoy your travels. I

  4. andrea

    I always get a kick out of your photos. Fun should be your middle name:) Great pics!

  5. Ivonne

    I’d be jumping for joy if I got to do all the stuff you do! Great ‘jumping theme’!! What will you think of next?!!? Looking forward to it!!!

  6. Leah Schulz

    You are too much fun! What an exciting journey.


  7. Diana Villa

    You sure had lots of fun and I love your pictures, I would like to go to Guatemala City looks like a beautiful place! 😀

  8. Shelby Bromley

    I absolutely love your jumping photos! You can tell you’re very passionate about your travels.

  9. Aireona Raschke – Nightborn Travel

    Did we miss doing this in Haiti!? I love these pictures, they are so you. 🙂 Such a great adventuring spirit.

  10. Chava Mazal

    You are just so cute and fun, I love it! You inspired me to travel.

  11. Meagan

    Great idea.

  12. Jessica

    I love learning about different countries and this is a really cool post. Great pictures as well.

  13. Sassy

    Your jump shots are making me really happy! 🙂

  14. Lulle

    I love those pictures, it looks like you’re having so much fun! I’d really love to visit Guatemala, I’ve never been to South America.

  15. Alessandra

    This is such a creative idea! It does transmit this sense of happiness when you take these awesome shots around the world! 🙂

  16. Madame X

    Aww that’s a cute collection of travel photos! I always love your travel adventures!

  17. blair villanueva

    You’ve got awesome shots! I like it 🙂
    PS. how many shots and jumps you made before capturing the best one?

  18. Nicholas D Nolte

    Greetings from Idaho! I’m bored to death at work so I
    decided to browse your website on my iphone during lunch break.
    I love the info you provide here and can’t wait to take a look when I
    get home. I’m surprised at how quick your blog loaded on my phone
    .. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyways, great blog!

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