Cenote Minotauro – Breathe

Close your eyes, take a breath, and feel the Earth. There’s nothing more you can ask to a Cenote. Minotauro is a rather dark cave, on the freshwater side, with an halocline that gives way to a bright white cave when you encounter the sea water. It has many jumps and paths that you can […]

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Chasing numbers – O Camiño

What a better way of coming back to your own country by doing the same as you did when you left? I decided to do the Santiago Pilgrim’s way, O Camiño de Santiago, in Galician; is one of the most popular walks in Europe, and also all over the world, because of its history, landscapes […]

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A Jewel in the Bay: The SS Tasmania

The Tasmania wreck rests a couple of kilometers offshore in the Pacific, by the Eastern side of Mahia peninsula. Tasmania started her service in 1892, as a luxury cruise along New Zealand. Due to an unfortunate collision with the East coast reef of the peninsula Tasmania was wrecked on a journey from Auckland to Wellington […]

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