Even though Baleal connects to the mainland of Portugal by a small stretch of sand, it is still an island. The second you step onto it, the whole vibe changes. Having been an island dweller for over 10 years, it feels right at home. Read more
Sure, the Tarragona region in Spain is the touristy beach destination some might want to avoid. But for the more experienced travelers, a couple of miles inland lies an adventurous world, discovered through windy roads with hardly any other tourists around.
Southern Nicoya Peninsula is famous for its paradise surf beaches and nature reserves, infamous for its dusty roads (more on that later), and attracts sushi and yoga lovers. Read more
You don’t have to learn how to scuba dive to enjoy the incredible underwater life surrounding Curacao. There is a lot to discover just a few feet below sea level. You can snorkel at just about any beach in Curacao. Read more
I have lived on Curacao for over 10 years and I followed the weather daily. You have to when you are into water sports, but also just to know when you have to water the plants in your garden. Most people think it is always the same weather on Curacao (sunny, good breeze and little rainfall) and that it doesn’t have the seasons you are used to at home. Well, they are mostly right, the weather is often really great on Curacao, but we actually do have some big differences throughout the year. Read more
Let me start by saying I am by no means a professional photographer. I am just very enthusiastic if I see something beautiful, especially nature and wildlife, and I want to save that moment for the rest of my life. Below are some of my favorite tips for taking perfect Caribbean vacation photos. Read more
Ever since my teens, I have been dreaming of surfing the most exotic and iconic surf spots in the world. Finally, I have the time and means to do so. Peru isn’t exactly exotic, but it is one of the most iconic and historic surf destinations. Mainly, because Peru has one of the top 10 waves in the world: Chicama. Read more
I heard a saying that the United States has 3 cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. The rest… is Cleveland. I surely haven’t been to all US major cities and there are some high on my bucket list, but so far, I must agree. There is something special about these cities. It might be the architecture, or the people, the international allure, the European-like vibes, but most likely a combination/ culmination of all of these. Read more