After months of preparation, the trip to Beijing and Hanoi (by train) is about to start. This is not just a digital nomad episode anymore: this is where journey and stay merge.
When you live in New York for a couple of years and not all of your friends are native born New Yorkers, you might notice that you seem to be invited to more farewell parties than you had before you came here. New York is a transit city, so I present you The Goodbyes of […]
Bryant Park Bryant Park is located in Midtown Manhattan, on the two blocks surrounded by the Avenue of the Americas, Fifth Avenue, West 42nd street and West 40th street. What you can do here:
I knew the French sculptur Rodin, best known from his work “Le Penseur/The Thinker” as a European artist. So I was happy to find this museum on one of my trips to Philadelphia.
I stayed for my workation in Mexico in this small boutique hotel. A review.
Mexico isn’t as cheap as one would expect/hope. But some things are free. Snorkeling in Akumal, and swimming with turtles, is!
Diving in the Cenotes in Mexico was at the same time my first scuba dive in a cavern and the first in fresh water. Since I started diving, I had only been diving in salt water. And what a great environment to experience this.
Memorial day weekend brought me to the Everglades, a vast part of Florida, managed by the National Park Services. End even while it’s a little late in the season to have the migrating birds, I was lucky enough to have some nice sights and images there.
Every year, a colony of Harp seals makes its way to Gulf od Saint Lawrence (Canada). On the floes, they give birth to their pups. This year I was lucky enough to visit these harp seal pups in the first two weeks after their birth.
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