It is very hard to connect the images of charming little Dubrovnik on the Dalmatian coast; with its cliffs overlooking blue seas and the perfect beige buildings with their orange roofs scattered across the hills, to Croatia´s violent past.
Making wine and building mansions hardly seem to be activities to carry out next to a time bomb like Vesubius, but, since this type of volcanoes can stay calm for a couple of thousand years, people tend to feel safe there, and so did I, as you can see in my video.
(Top photo by Kris de Curtis)
Venice is a labyrinth of canals. It is easy to get lost on its narrow meandering streets, no matter how many maps you are carrying. The good thing about Venice is that getting lost there is a bliss.
Punta Rubia: A place to enjoy the music of silence but close enough to fashionable (and crowded) spots like La Pedrera or Cabo Polonio.
Of all the Caribbean and Atlantic islands of Central America, Aruba will always remain my favorite.
Beach concerts in URUGUAY. One of the summer´s highlights. Videos of two concerts at the Fabulous Punta del Diablo beach: DIZZY NATY FAFA TRIO and CONTRA LAS CUERDAS.
Impressive rock formations, crystalline water, delicious seafood, a dolphin swim and fired up tequila on your coffee to top it off. You gotta love Cabo.