Navajo Nation and Grand Canyon | Southwest USA Part III

It began to snow! The cold was too much, and the wind was so strong I couldn’t feel my fingers. But the views! those views made you forget all of it. What a spectacular game of lights and shadows, textures and drama. Read More

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Arches and Canyonlands | Southwest USA Part II

Feeling like you’re on top of the world is an understatement. The vast and endless canyon landscapes that unfold below your feet are mesmerizing. Read More

Zion and Bryce Canyon | Southwest USA Part I

In my search for contrasts and adventure, I decided to escape the lush rainforest landscapes that I’ve grown with, and immerse myself into the deserts, canyons and endless rugged scenery of the Southwest USA. Experiencing the nature of the wild, wild west. Read More

Weekend in Arenal Volcano

My family and I decided to take a weekend trip to one of Costa Rica’s most notable natural landmarks, the Arenal Volcano. This impressive volcano resides within the 29,960-acre Arenal Volcano National Park. Arenal rises above the surrounding rainforest with near perfect symmetry The area hosts many activities including whitewater rafting, hiking and canopy tours,… Read More

Road Tripping Cartago

Cartago, Costa Rica’s first capital, is one of the oldest communities in the country. It was home to the first Spanish settlement since its foundation in 1563 by Juan Vásquez de Coronado. This territory remained the capital city of Costa Rica until 1823, when the country’s first elected president, Juan Mora Fernández, decided to relocate.… Read More

Irazú Sunset & Stargazing

Irazú is an active volcano in Costa Rica, situated in the Cordillera Central in Cartago. Its most famous recent eruption began March 19, 1963 (continuing until 1965) on the day US President John F. Kennedy started a state visit to Costa Rica. It showered with ash the capital San José and much of the central… Read More