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Cocora Valley

By | September 22nd, 2016|Colombia|

Woke up after a fairly quiet night at the traffic aid stop parking lot after a cool night, which was more than welcomed after the boiling heat of Tatacoa. There was a coffee shop in [...]

The Wave part.2

By | November 1st, 2015|photography, travel, USA|

Played the lottery 7 times and got lucky with number 13. Off to the Wave again. Everybody wants a piece of  USA's top photo destination, but there are only 10 spots available daily at the [...]

San Pedro la Laguna

By | January 5th, 2015|Guatemala, travel|

The steep and curvy road down the hill towards San Pedro seemed to be endless, mainly because we averaged about 15 km/h. The gps coordinates worked fine and after we squeezed through few Mayan villages [...]

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Tepoztlan

By | March 29th, 2014|Mexico|

From Patzcuaro, we took a big leap to Cuernavaca, where we only stayed for one night and then we carried on the next morning. We found a nice spacious campground just to the south end [...]

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Paricutin

By | March 25th, 2014|Mexico|

The three main characteristics of our day trip to Paricutin were excitement, heat and dust. Lots of each one. We drove about an hour and half from Patzcuaro to Angahuan, the native village serving as [...]

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Monarch butterflies

By | March 21st, 2014|Mexico|

It's a long way from Canada to El Rosario, Michoacan, Mexico, even if you're driving a comfortable modern automobile. The Monarch butterflies will do that road twice a year. It takes four generations for the [...]

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Baja Hikes

By | January 2nd, 2014|Mexico|

We started the New Year in an active style, we did hiked two times around Playa Tecolote. The area is desert, just like much of Baja California and the mountains are very close to the [...]

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