Next time you’re in the vicinity of Tulum, organize a day trip to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere. The area is a massive reserve and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. The way to organize the trip is trough your hotel. There are a few companies organizing tours, they’re all pretty using the same lancias (boats) […]
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Merida, is a city of about 900,000 people and the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatan .The city is a cosmopolitan destination with a substantial expat community. It’s a solid option especially for Americans wanting to spend a few winter months in a warm location. Merida has a lot to offer: cathedrals and churches, Mayan […]
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I grew up in Italy and moved to New York many years ago. I spend my life working as a music producer, as a geek and traveling, as much as I can and as often as I can.
I’ve been collecting travel images and experiences for the past ten years (before then I just didn’t think about shooting photos!). I decided to start using this site as a repository, it helps me to remember what I saw, ate, lived and experienced while traveling. You will soon realize there’s a pattern, an imaginary thread connecting most of the locations visited and my choices made while traveling. You won’t find much partying, techno raves on the beaches, noisy locations, crowded places. I live in New York and when I travel I tend to seek tranquillity, unspoiled beaches and natural beauty. There will be posts about major world cities, but even then I will make an effort remembering where I found little quiet spots to unwind after a busy day spend walking around.
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