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  • ESPANA 

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    Photo tribute to nature’s beauty

    I came from a tropical country, in Guatemala it is always spring and that was heaven to me… Since I moved to Europe I have experienced all the seasons, I enjoy observing how nature changes around me from month to […]

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  • BULGARIA 

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    Cats: thousands years of love

    It happens so easily, so quickly, amazingly and obsessively. The human senses feel an instant attraction… Anyone who has ever had a cat knows that. Many people feel cats alert them to danger. But this is just an excuse for […]

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  • UK 

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    Dried flowers

    The end of the Summer season has finally come to an end… Yes we will have less daylight and as for the flower lovers and enthusiasts like myself, we prefer to see Summer clusters to last throughout cold Winter months (of course […]

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  • CHILE 

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    Let’s reforest Patagonia!

    Many of us have what we call ecological consciousness, and we try to make daily gestures to help the environment. However, small gestures are not always enough, and the world needs much bigger actions. A specific case is Chilean Patagonia, […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    The oldest city in the Californias

    Earlier this year we told you about what it’s like to stare at the eyes of a whale. And we were so excited about that we didn’t say anything about one of the cities where you can stay if you […]

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  • PERU 

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    Flora

    I’m captivated by the idea of filling my home with green. The more the better, but each plant that I buy is a plant that dies (so far, in addition, 3 cacti have succumbed to the crash of a book […]

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  • CHILE 

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    How to make a terranium

    On this side of the world it is almost winter, and most of our plants have already lost their leaves or have withered, but there’s no reason for not having them at home, specially because they clean our air, and […]

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  • ITALIA 

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    Mountain paradise!

    With my last entry we ran away from the city to bask in the sunshine on the beach. Maybe it’s the fine summer weather that makes me feel like this, but today I feel the urge to go away and […]

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  • PORTUGAL 

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    7 wonders-beaches of Portugal

    Finally the heat has come to stay here in Portugal. And almost for every Portuguese, who is lucky enough to live near the coast or near one of our amazing river beaches, this means only one thing – is time […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Good Bye, Lonesome George

    Lonesome George was about a 100 years old when his heart stopped recently in the Galapagos Islands. He was the last turtle of his kind. This giant turtle – chelonoidis abingdonii – lived on the Pinta isle, in the Colón archipelago (Galapagos […]

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  • PERU 

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    Amazing environmental art

    The sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor is an environmental artist who for some years now has dedicated himself to work on underwater sculptures. His sculptures are created to make artificial coral reef into real coral reef, a metamorphosis that takes […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Where the sky is born…

    The biosphere reservation Sian Ka’an, on the Quintana Roo coast is a protected natural space and a world heritage site. Its coral reefs, beaches, mangroves, wetlands and lagoons are home to 23 Mayan archeological sites, 103 mammal species and 336 […]

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