Magic in the Alps: serendipity of a wintery, snowed-in Venon oak above a sea of clouds, + a nice encouter, and the discovery of acroyoga...
The looming lockdown, and a beautiful weather encouraged me to make the most of the rolling hills leading to the already snowy mountains, and enjoy the beautiful autumn colors in the Alps.
As I was visiting a famous portrait exhibition in London, I had a slightly surreal experience: one of the portraits came to life before my eyes!
Although Chiang Mai is considered a tourism gateway to the stunning nature of northern Thailand, I was pleasantly surprised by my short visit.
Strolling through Havana city often feels like traveling back to the 1950s. The vibrance of the life on the streets – colors, sounds and scents, 24 hours a day, but also the poverty – remind us that this is not a movie set...
Viñales valley, with its steep hills and traditional coffee plantations, offers some of the most spectacular scenery in Cuba. Cayo Levisa island is a tropical paradise.
Santiago de Cuba is the most vibrant and edgy Cuban city I've visited (far more so than Havana!) – energy, style, music and dance – what's not to like?