Galleone(s): sailing ship in use (especially by Spain) from the 15th through 17th centuries, originally as a warship, later for trade.
Brisa(s): A gentle to moderate wind.
Brisas Los Galeones is an intimate, adults-only all-inclusive resort set on top of a hill, overlooking the Carribean Sea and Sierra Maestra Mountains (two hours drive from Santiago de Cuba). With only 32 rooms and most of the guests being retired Canadians, the place is pretty quiet – except for the occasional goat bleats during the day and the beautiful Cuban music – performed by local jazz and salsa bands during the dinner time.
First parade after two years of cancelations due to the pandemic – the Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Toronto was a blast! An explosion of Irish energy and lot of fun, way over the expectations!
Thousands of people lined up the streets enjoying the parade: marching bands, floats, mascots, Irish music and dancing. Joining the parade in our multicultural city were Chinese, Japanese and Mexican colourful dancers. And a few surprises: the shiny appearance of the “Silver Elvis”, Miss Toronto Tourism and a column of DMC DeLorean sport cars.
Welcome to Koh Lipe island, in the Andaman Sea, Thailand!
White sandy beaches and turquoise blue waters are an invitation for exploring and relaxing.
Take a photographic tour of this beautiful small island once inhabited by sea gypsies.
The photo of Tibetan prayer flags was taken in 2010 during my trip to Tibet. It was exhibited in a couple of Toronto art galleries, printed in photography magazines, as well being “stolen” and posted online, on social media and spiritual websites. Now the photo is being displayed at Toronto Pearson International Airport, following the Fujifilm “Life Captured” contest.
What can go wrong when crossing the border overland between Thailand and Cambodia? Follow our 2016 Cambodia adventure and find out!
“There is no certainty; there is only adventure.” – Roberto Assagioli
From Kensington Market to Harbourfront – a photo walk during one of Toronto’s winter storms.
“Bad weather always looks worse through a window.”
The Harbourfront area on the shores of Lake Ontario offers an escape from the busy city of Toronto, a transition between city and nature, between skyscrapers and Lake Ontario. A pretty deserted area during a winter storm…