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  • ART and TRADITION – Monsaraz

    Since the beginning of the 19th Century, the factory that produces these traditional blankets in Reguengos de Monsaraz has become part of the culture and most of the patterns and colors used are closely related to Alentejo. Used by the shepherds to protect themselves from the cold, these high-quality, hand-made wool blankets are now pieces…

  • Land of Waves & Trains, Sri Lanka – Part II

    The earth has music for those who listen. – Shakespeare Photos | @studio_melchior

  • Ferragudo Town, Algarve

    A small town with honest beauty…this is how I like to think about Ferragudo. A struggling Algarvian village trying to keep itself genuine between all the neon lights and pubs…a place where fig trees still grow in between the traditional Portuguese paving and the neighbor has mouth-watering loquats… Photos by @_slightlyagitated

  • Land of Waves & Trains, Sri Lanka – Part I

    Is it odd that I miss waking up to the sound of the train horn at 6 in the morning? Maybe not…it does remind me that it was for a good reason…15 minutes later and I was crossing the road heading to the beach…     Fotos by @studio_melchior

  • SRI LANKA – Midigama

    This beautiful island has had its fair share of tragedy and misfortune. Besides having been colonized by the Portuguese, the Duch, and the English, Sri Lanka went through an extremely violent civil war which lasted more than 20 years, it was also one of the countries struck by the 2004 Tsunami and now, the recent bombings… Unfortunately, Sri Lanka…

  • Bangkok & Ayutthaya, THAILAND

    What to expect from Bangkok? Everything…The city is filthy and smelly. The first impression is dirt and odor and you immediately choke on the smog…but…it also has pretty amazing things to see and eat, and if you resist the typical food stands you will be lucky enough to avoid food poisoning which I’m proud to…

  • Rome: Photo Diary

    I’ve been wandering In the city of monuments Where everything is grand And old and new And presents a promise Of great deeds   I’ve been inspired By the masters of old Who dedicated their lives To art and thought And brought us closer To a passionate force... Oscar Mann GuardarGuardar
  • THE SWEET LIFE – Rome

    “La Dolce Vita” is definitely the phrase that comes into my mind when I think of Italy and with each visit, it tends to sweeten. I spent a week visiting Rome and although it was my second time it seemed like the first. The magnificence of the monuments the beauty in the art and the history of the…

  • Casco Viejo, Panama City

    If you plan a trip to Panama City make sure you stay at the most charismatic part of town called Casco Viejo (Unesco World Heritage Site), a vibrant community consisting of a sharp contrast of the old and new, local and foreign. As you stroll through the old streets from one plaza to the next, you’ll…

  • Deserted Island, San Blas

    “Stranded on a deserted island Looked over by the sea Wet like the deep waves Thoughts of you and me Tossing and turning in the sand That gently warms my skin The caress of your sweet soothing touch Slowly reels me in As we lay in the cooling wind That surely gives us air Our…