Once inhabited by jaguars, el Tigre is a huge delta where nowadays Porteños (the inhabitants of Buenos Aires) sail, party and relax. Only 45 minutes from this outstanding city we found outstanding nature!
Street art of Buenos Aires: I was told Buenos Aires is a decadent city. Well, I wish it was true, cause I like decadent! Anyhow one of the main impressions of the city are its numerous Graffiti. In Buenos Aires art is everywhere: … Read More
My first stop on my 2011 Baltic Tour, Tallinn, is the smallest of the regional capitals and also the owner of the largest medieval heritage in the neighborhood. An important city within the Hanseatic League, it has preserved about ¾ … Read More
50 km south of Bagan lies Mount Popa, a volcano with an astonishing Buddhist monastery on top. It is a popular place for pilgrimage for the Burmese. Hundreds of monkeys inhabit the monastery, many more than tourists!! Spectacular views wait … Read More
The Beautiful city of Hoi An still retains the spirit of an ancient port town, with buildings dating from the 15th to 19th century. Its Old Town is a witness of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese influences. Hundreds of old houses … Read More
Borobudur The world’s largest Buddhist temple dates back to the 8th and 9th centuries. It consists of three levels: a pyramidal base, three circular platforms, and a monumental stupa. Sunrises from the temple are unforgettable! Read more about Yogyakarta and … Read More
I used to travel with an international group of friends. It was the same bunch I met in Madrid in 2005, and then organized the Eastern European Adventure I wrote about. One of the gang, a charming Flemish blond, invited … Read More