I love taking my weekends on new adventures. This one in particular was full of knowledge, meditation, relaxation, yoga and great food!
This weekend just passed we traveled on an unusual trip to a yoga retreat in Cartago. Without any expectation whatsoever, the whole weekend was full of surprises and we got to experience a whole new way of living in our ¨modern¨ lives. It really is incredible how these people live and how sustainable and connectedContinue reading “Weekend Yoga Retreat”
As you might have probably seen, I do have a passion for photography, and as a photographer, I have explored many aspects of this broad term. Maybe not all of them, but one I do respect a lot are wildlife photographers. Bird photographers, to be exact. I’ve been with some of them and their passionContinue reading “Towards Bird Photographers”
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”
Our last day, goodbye Europe!A little bummed out yet excited to share all of this knowledge back home, we set out through Madrid to the Puerta de Alcalá. This historical monument does look great when the sun is coming up!
Yesterday was all about walking A LOT. Early in the morning we sat down at the lobby to speak about both London, it’s architects and the comparison to Brussels. As we spoke, we were presented to an architect named Florence Van Den Eden, who took us around Brussels to get to know some interesting newContinue reading “And this was the last of Brussels.”
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Yesterday was about visiting architects’ firms and getting to know their studios.
The London bridge and it’s Weather Walking, walking, walking and staring in awe at magnificent perspectives of the city; that’s what happened yesterday in the city of London. I still have sore feet from it, yet it was totally worth it.