Croatia’s Islands by Sailboat

Once every couple of years, there’s this epic trip you take, and it totally changes the way you see yourself in the world, and what travel really means to you. And sometimes, these are not the trips that take you around the other side of the world, but right there in some neighboring country. Rediscovering […]

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Cenotes Diving: Beyond The Light

The Cenotes caves in Mexico have always been on top of my bucket list. I think every serious diver does – because there’s probably not many better places to have a thrilling dive! Very outside most people’s comfort zone, the Cenotes cave and cavern system spread out into the underworld of Quintana Roo, on the peninsula of Yucatán in Mexico.

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Whale Shark Diving

Being a recreational diver for me usually means finding the most exotic, beautiful and rare fish and taking lots of pictures, if possible. But occasionally, you don’t find these aquatic creatures. They find you. This happened on one of my recent Koh Samui diving trips, where I went for my usual Koh Tao / Chumphon […]

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Luxor Nights

There is something magic about visiting a place at night, as compared to being there in daytime. When it comes to photography, I sometimes prefer being in places both at day and at night, because the change of light transforms places and gives a different mood. The night is all about magic, mystery and emotion, and […]

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The Year Man Learned to Fly

Something big happened last year. Most people have almost not noticed it, but there was a small revolution going on throughout the world’s parks, gardens and meadows: Ordinary people were given the power of flight. Their vehicle: Drones. The impact of these little flying bees cannot be overlooked. Suddenly, there is no place on this […]

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Ko Samui by Motorbike

One of the nice things you can do on Koh Samui Island is going around by motorbike or rental car, as the island is big enough to show you a different face every time. The south and southwest offer fabulous sandy beaches with no one there but coconut tree and perhaps a small food stall […]

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