To Soller by train. Mallorca.

In the heart of the Serra de Alfabia amongst green clouds lighten up by a Mediterranean sun opens in front of us the valley of Soller. We arrive from the Buñola train station (you can also take the train in Palma station). It is a fascinating journey through time on an old wooden train born

Alaro. Majorca.

I’d like to tell you about this pretty village of the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, the first one of the list in alphabetic order, fact that converted it in the first one of the island to obtain electricity in 1901. Here it is its tower. An old Muslim hamlet called Oloron. Its documented history starts

Crossing to Brooklyn.

  This morning I went to the lower east side of Manhattan, to the Tenement or Immigration Museum. It is a building placed in Orchard Rd where they show us how immigrants, refugees & migrants used to live once they’d arrived to the city by boat since 1840 forward, till the building was left abandoned

The colour of Singapore.

Singapore is a sovereign city-state formed by sixty three islands which became independent from Malaysia the 9th of august, 1965, only fifty four years ago. Many years ago I visited this island country very unknown to me; these days the image that represents the modern & wealthy Singapore is the Marina Bay Sands, a building

Nusa Penida is so photogenic. Bali.

The sun is out in Lembongan, another beautiful day, it looks like the clouds never arrive to this island, the sea is stunning & we are very happy because today we are going snorkeling. The boat that’ll take us leaves at eight in the morning, we booked it with Ace last night in the hotel for 200K each &