Pink Sands, Bahamas

On one side, hotels and resorts, on the other side there is the paradise.

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Acapulco, Mexico

It may be not the safest place on Earth (I’ve read a lot of articles about it), but it’s sure that the majestic view of Acapulco’s Baches is sure to fascinate everyone. As I’m working now in an hotel with the same name (not in Mexico, though) I thought it was fine to dedicate a post to the true beach resort paradise.







Barbados is a state-island, part of the Lesser Antilles, discovered by Spanish in 15th century and independent since 1966.

It’s one of the major touristic centres in the area and one of the most developed islands in the region, other than a true paradise. I wonder who won’t bathe in such an ocean.





The World

Our planet is small, but on its surface there’s something other planets don’t have.

I’m not talking about life (we actually don’t know if we’re lonely in this infinity), but I’m sure there’s no other planet like Earth.

It’s really easy to understand if we stop and think about it a little. Maybe we can just make our life easier, maybe we can dream about all the stories, the people and the amazing diversity we’ve on our “blue sphere” and just be happy to be here.

Travel is the path that leads to planet’s soul and that can enrich one’s spirit like nothing else.

Speaking another language (or at least trying to do it), exploring, talking with people, taking the road that’s not written on the map, eating in amazing restaurants or at people’s home, sharing the feelings, contemplating every corner of our planet. There are so many ways to enjoy life and feel alive.

We can’t stop the wars, we can’t defeat every suffering, but we can, definitely, respect our house, floating in the dark eternal night of the universe.