La Paz Waterfall Gardens

I’ve always been drawn to places where nature is present every step I take. The La Paz Waterfall Gardens is one of those places to hang out and experience nature in a very personal way. It might not be as inside the forest as it is going to a national park like Monteverde or SantaContinue reading “La Paz Waterfall Gardens”

Sketches vs Photography

First off, I’m not going to point out the pros and cons of each, I’m just going to give you a point of view on what I think while taking pictures. I love photography, I really do. It drives me crazy when I know I didn’t bring my camera to a place where I perfectlyContinue reading “Sketches vs Photography”

25 Things I learned in 30 days Through Europe

In this last month, I had the opportunity to travel through 5 different countries of Europe. I always try to be kind of like a sponge and absorb as much information as I can to bring back to my home country (Costa Rica) and apply what I learn through my work. Other things I’ve learnedContinue reading “25 Things I learned in 30 days Through Europe”

Back for some Adventure!

I really missed my home country and all of it’s mountains and beaches. All I’ve wanted to do since I came back is head over there and be surrounded with lots and lots of green.

Last day in Rome!

Plaza by Michelangelo. Early morning wake-up. That really gets you tired, yet makes you feel like the day lasts what it should. Our walk started in the Coliseum; the new wonder of the world, and a structure that has a history of being so useful it makes you think about how technology works these days…Continue reading “Last day in Rome!”

Jiménez Deredia, Sienna, and San Gimignano

Yesterday’s Highlight: Jorge Jiménez Deredia. Probably one of the greatest person to listen to because of wisdom on life, spirituality, architecture and history. He’s been working on marble sculptures that represent our transmutation from phisical to spiritual beings, and centering his studies on the Costarrican indian spheres to try and get our history back. ListeningContinue reading “Jiménez Deredia, Sienna, and San Gimignano”

Florece and the Sun

From Venice to Florence Yes. The heat. The heat. Wow, you have no idea about the heat. (Probably you do, i don’t know, but i didn’t). Florence is about history, and about most of the known names you’ve heard about, like the Medici, or you’ve studied about the Renascence and all of their artists. ThisContinue reading “Florece and the Sun”

The last of Paris!

Campos Elisios before the Louvre. Compared to the other French days, we had a cold day. And soon as we walked out of the hotel, it started raining. Obviously, because in my country the forecast is always wrong, i didn’t take a jacket with me, therefore i got wet and had to relay on aContinue reading “The last of Paris!”