Words are at lost when attempting to describe Alaska, the land to the North. I flew to Fairbanks, in hopes to witness the northern light, or Aurora Borealis. But as I found out, the land beneath the dark sky is as enchanting as the night lights. The water, hills, animals, and people of Fairbanks all […]Read more "Alaska – A Winter Wonderland"
There are 19 species of penguins living in the southern hemisphere, and don’t ask me which kind of penguins are the cutest – they are all equally cute! On my recent trip to the Chilean Magallanes region, I was presented with two options: seeing the king penguins on Tierra del Fuego, or the magellanic penguins in Magdalena Island. But this is the second time I am visiting penguins. I can’t help but to compare them with their close relatives, the Cape penguins in Cape Town, South Africa.Read more "Penguins, penguins everywhere!"
Torres del Paine is one of the most breathtaking places on earth. The five day W-Circuit is awe-inspiring and full of surprises in every corner. Weather was unpredictable, the tour company was fantastic, and I would come back in a heartbeat.Read more "Torres del Paine"
The Cuban people are beautiful, sophisticated, and they are extremely kind and welcoming to visitors like me. Everyone in Havana is an artist, painter, musician, poet and dancer. The spiritual world of this island is extremely rich, and that is the secret of a happy nation, not defined by fortune, but by its culture, energy, and a collective belonging.Read more "¡Viva la Cuba!"
over uxmal, originally uploaded by rosemanios. The visits to the highlight of Mexico – the great Maya sites were first merely a moo trip. Tulum was okay but Chichen Izta was like a bad dream. We waited in the line at the ticket booth for 2 hours and my film was confisticated because I climbed […]Read more "Five Words in Mexico"