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  • TURKEY 

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    Colorful Doors

    We are in November but the weather is still warm. That warmth makes us ask “what should I wear today?” We guys have big questions on our minds about colors.

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    I Fall In Love With This Jacket!

    When we say fall, colours come to mind, they are yellow, green and red. Nature give us those colours so that’s why we see them all around the place right now.

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  • CENTRO-AMERICA 

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    Creative Chaos

    Wassily Kandinsky There are artistic currents in which order prevails. Others, on the other side, are chaotic by nature. However big masters can present an apparent chaos with their own logic. Isn’t it wonderful? Since we’re not art specialists, we’re […]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • MEXICO 

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    Watching nature

    This exercise is nothing new, although the term is: “conservation photography”. There is even the International League of Conservation Photographers, whose mission is to promote environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography. Conservation photography features techniques from nature photography and […]

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  • PERU 

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    Mirror, mirror

    The work of this Scottish artist Rob Mulholland is incredible. Human sculptures in glass acrylic that are perfectly camouflaged in the environment. His installation, Vestige, comprises 6 sculptures of men and women and is for the author a reflection of […]

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  • CHILE 

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    Woofing around the world

    If you are planning your next vacation with a small budget, and don’t know what to do, where to go, but you like the countryside life, this may be the solution for you! Of course, Woofing is not the latest […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Into the wild: Zacango Zoo

    We went on a trip to Zacango Zoo, 14 kilometers from Toluca City in the Estado de México and we took some pictures. A visit to this zoo is a good option for a short weekend trip. Zacango is a […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Places to know: Mexican Turtle Center

    On the coasts of Oaxaca in México there is a little town called Mazunte and one of the attractions of this place is the Mexican Turtle Center. Last century, on the beaches of San Agustinillo (neighboring town to Mazunte) the […]

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