Caye Caulker, Belize. Go slow!
In Monaco this summer we couchsurfed with the most amazing guy. He was also hosting four other people (he had 6 surfers every day – wow!). Two of them were Amy and Myles, a married couple from New Zealand.
They had been 6 weeks in Central America before going to Europe, and naturally we had a million questions for them.
One of the things they talked about did not excite me at all: rastafarians. Slow living, lots of marijuana and just plain laziness.
It sounded like hell to me. (more…)
We plan on travelling along the Caribbean Sea for a long time. So this is probably not the last time we’ll claim to have found Paradise on Earth. But can you tire of seeing photos of paradise-like beaches? I think not! So here we go…
This week we went to Tulum with our friends Mirje and Antti from Anywhereism. We started off by taking a colectivo (local inexpensive mini bus) to Tulum center and then went straight for a taxi to the Gran Cenote (more on that in another post!).
After that great experience we got another taxi and told him to take us to the beach. “Take us to the most beautiful beach in Tulum!” we demanded. The taxi driver didn’t hesitate: “we’re going to Playa Paraiso” (more…)
As I told you one of my new year’s resolutions is to become a better photographer. The only way to better at something is to practice, practice and then practice some more!
To keep myself motivated and to remind myself to practice, I’ve decided to give Project 365 a try. In Project 365 you take (at least) one photo every day for 365 days, a year.
I hope to keep this and remember to take a photo every day for this year! So far I’ve remembered it – but it has only been 5 days. 360 to go! ;) I’ll be sharing the weeks photos every Sunday throughout the year. So welcome to the very first (almost) week of the project! (more…)