Tan sabroso que es pasearse...
(damn, how I like to wander...)
An enchanted beech forest on the Kepler track.
Digging out old pictures... 2010
Digging out old pictures... 2012
Boy at the port city of Al Hudaydah in western Yemen.
I took this picture in September 2010. There where some tensions at the time in Yemen, but everything between Sanaa and Aiden was OK to visit.
Unfortunateley the civil was has reached Al Hudaydah. There has been intense fighting in this city of 600,000 habitants the last couple of days.
This post tries to show the face of the people behind the numbers and statistics. Yemen is a land of rich history and culture. People are incredibly welcoming and nice. And has very unique and tasty food (it actually reminded me of Mexican food :D )
Hopefully the conflict ends soon and Yemen gets a chance to start over on strong foundations.
Pacific sunset seen from Bar Bura at Cuatro Cuartos (@cuatro_cuatros_) in Valle de Guadalupe, Baja's wine country.
Make sure you make a reservation, the palce gets packed. Also, it takes 20+ min to get from the road entrance to the bar, so make sure you arrive with plenty of time. The sunset setting is worth the burden of driving the dirt road, parking and then taking a small bus to the entrance.
This place has seen a lot of great gatherings and I've been fortunate enough to have been in some of those ;) My dear friends @vvwenceslav and @bribrousset started this project a couple of years ago at the grounds of the Relieve winery @relievevinicola
I'm very proud of how far this project has come :D
The magnificent Mayan city of Edzna in Campeche, México.
The acropolis of Edzna stands 40m above the ground, giving it great views of the surrounding buildings and rain forest.
The city was inhabited from 600 BC to 1500 AD, when it was mysteriously abandoned.
Edzna is shadowed by the grandeur of nearby neighbors like Uxmal and Calakmul, but is well worth the visit, especially since there is practically no one around.