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Must Dive Destinations in the Caribbean

Advertorial Post The Caribbean is always inviting to visit. Its white beaches with turquoise crystal clear sea, friendly people, fun festivals, rich cultural heritage and of course: fantastic undersea life […]

Featured Photographer: Leo Moreno

Welcome to the seventh edition of the Featured Photographer monthly post. Please meet Leo Moreno a Florida (USA) based scuba diver. I have been following his instagram and amazed by his underwater […]

Nine Endangered Marine Species

10th edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post is published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information on specific marine life species and to promote their […]

Plaza Vieja’s Planetarium

On my previous post of Cuba, Mesmerizing Havana Vieja, I mentioned Plaza Vieja as my favorite square in Havana. It was surrounded by colorful buildings with picturesque corridors and high ceiling. I […]

Lionfish: to love and to hate

Last month I posted a short article about a special marine species, the colorful Nudibranch. I get inspired after many positive response – thank you! – to write on monthly […]

Caribbean Summer in Rotterdam

Rotterdam was in Caribbean-Latin atmosphere yesterday (19 July 2014): tropical heat and colorful summer carnival (zomer carnaval in Dutch). Finally I had a chance to see it again after being absence […]

Left Behind in Bonaire

Malmok Lighthouse Ruins. Taken in Washington Slagbaai National Park, Bonaire. Also to respond: The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge on Relic

Your Travel Photos for the United Nations

Just a quick post… The United Nations celebrates this year as International Year of Small Island Developing States. As you might have read in several news coverages that the climate […]

Soon: Rotterdam Summer Street Parade!

Street Parade of Summer Carnival (Zomercarnaval) is my favorite annual event in Rotterdam. Having been absence last year because I was in Cuba, this year I am pretty sure I […]

Cienfuegos

Cienfuegos, or if being translated into English becomes “One Hundred Fires”, is known as the Pearl of the South in Cuba. UNESCO has put Cienfuegos on the World Heritage List as […]