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Jamaica has the biggest fields of all the Caribbean. Rose Hall is probably one of the biggest one. It’s also a house called calendar house with 365 windows (days of the year), 52 doors (weeks in a year), 12 rooms

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It’s not the first time I talk about SUP aka. Stand Up Paddle Surf, but there’s something you must know about it. Actually this new version of surfing, at least for me it’s new, is growing every day all around

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The Caribbean is now one of the world’s leading holiday destinations. It offers big touristic attractions as well as secret locations -away from urban areas and ideal for those looking for a relaxing trip. Some time ago, I had the

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Social greetings can be tricky when traveling to a new country. Should you shake hands, hug or avoid physical contact all together? Things can get very complicated, so I’ve put together a few examples that will show you how diverse

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I’ve always wondered what makes me so passionate about travelling and I think I’ve found the answer: each trip gives me something new to take home with me. Even when I repeat destinations, I still found the trip exciting. Barcelona

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Colorful colonial buildings, Brazilian music and car-free streets are some of the characteristics of Pelourinho, the Historic Neighborhood of Salvador in Brazil. The district was founded in 1549 by the Governor of Brazil and initially, it was meant to be

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Traveling is the best way to explore new places, but there’s no doubt there are other options. Movies are, in fact, offer you an opportunity to learn more about different cultures and lifestyles.  Some of the films that have made

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27 July, 2015

4 tips for flying with kids

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Being a pilot I’m a pro in smart traveling: packing light and having a restful flight. But when I became a dad it became that much harder to enjoy smooth flights. During this time, I’ve compiled a list of tricks

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Mexico is one special country with many beautiful spots. One of them is Playa Escondida (or Hidden Beach) on Islas Marietas.  A few months ago, I visited Riviera Nayarit – I stayed at The Royal Suites Punta de Mita by

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  One of the best kept secrets of the Dominican Republic is Salto del Limón. This waterfall, whose name means ‘Lemon Jump’, can be found on the Samán peninsula.  Quite far from the touristic areas of the country, it’s still

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Italy is one of those places, you can never get enough of, and the island of Sicily represents the most traditional side of the country. Surrounded by three different seas of transparent water, bushy mountains and volcanos, you’ll feel in

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As most people already know, Madrid is a city with a rich cultural offering. Every now and then, whenever I have to change flights in the city, I choose to spend the night at my favourite hotel in the capital,

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Film and traveling are two of my long standing passions, and Seville is one of those places where the two of them have crossed paths at some point. The capital of Andalusia has an extensive cultural heritage that has inspired

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I’m going to Riviera Maya and I was checking spots to visit and realized that i’m going straight to paradise!! One of my objective is to rest y disconnect and I booked in The Royal Suites Yucatan by Palladium, however

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8 April, 2015

2 Days in Barcelona

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Synonym of culture, fashion y trends, Barcelona always gives me good feelings. Being only two days, you won’t see eveything but I can give some few good spots to visit: 1. Las Ramblas Promenades in the city with some artesanal

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