When writing my previous post on Egypt, I came to realize the significance of the Great River Nile, and how lucky I am for living in or near its watershed for the last few years. The Nile is the longest river in the world, and carries paramount importance both in history and presence for much […]
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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.
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I feel really lucky and grateful living in Africa (sometime). On a weekend, I can take a 3.5 hours direct flight from Ethiopia to the Seychelles, and spend two whole days on the empty beach, snorkeling, drinking coconut, eating grill fish, and lazing around. The tiny Indian Ocean island country is truly a quiet, hidden paradise, […]
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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 […]
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this is Cancun!, originally uploaded by pinnymu. You never saw a beach until you see it, you never felt a breeze until you feel it. Wish the fanciest imagination and expectation, I can only say that Cancun is better than it. The only bad thing that can happen in Cancun is, you are going to […]
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