Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Casa Cenote

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Casa Cenote

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Casa Cenote April 15, 2019 Casa Cenote is enchanting. I can hardly find words to describe the color of the water when the sun shines through the surrounding mangroves and it’s pure magic when the sunlight colors the water and the bottum in a remarkable shade of greenish-blue. This
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Aktun Ha

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Aktun Ha

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Aktun Ha April 12, 2019 Cenote Aktun Ha, meaning ‘water cave’ in Mayan, is better known as Cenote Carwash. This cenote was the place where the taxidrivers from Tulum washed their taxis in the 80’s. It was one of the first cenotes opened for diving and snorkling. Cenote
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Calavera

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Calavera

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán: Cenote Calavera April 6, 2019 Diving in Cenote Calavera is spectacular! You start your dive with a 5 meter jump from a rock into the crystal clear water of the cenote, that is also called ‘the Temple of Doom’. Cenote Calavera gets its name from the three holes in the
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Angelita

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Angelita

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Angelita April 5, 2019 Cenote Angelita is a bizarre dive! All cenotes are amazing to dive, but Cenote Angelita is really one of a kind. It was my first dive in Mexico and my first introduction to the famous cenotes. A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole,
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Travel inspiration: Red Sea Love

Travel inspiration: Red Sea Love

Travel inspiration: Red Sea Love March 2, 2019 Be careful when you travel to the Red Sea. She will grab hold of every part of you. She will nestle into your veins, your cells and memory. She changes your life and she doesn’t let go as you try to leave. There is something very special
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Sealwatching on the German island Helgoland

Sealwatching on the German island Helgoland

Sealwatching on the German island Helgoland December 27, 2018 Helgoland is a small rock island in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located approximately fifty kilometers north of the mainland of Germany. After the last Ice Age, around 4000 BC., the sea level rose and Helgoland was formed. It was already inhabited in the Neolithic era
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Stockholm, Sweden, city on the border of land and water

Stockholm, Sweden, city on the border of land and water

Stockholm, Sweden, city on the border of land and water December 26, 2018 I love cities by the sea. Earlier this year I had a very relaxing time in Venice, Italy. And now it was time to explore ‘Venice of the north’, Stockholm. The Swedish capital is a friendly coastal town. One third of Stockholm
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6 reasons to visit the island Ameland part 2

6 reasons to visit the island Ameland part 2

6 reasons to visit the island Ameland part 2 November 16, 2018 About 2 years ago I wrote a travelblog about the Dutch waddenisland Ameland: 6 reasons to visit the island Ameland in Holland. This month I spent another week at this island: time for another blog. Here are 6 more reasons to visit Ameland.
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What to see and do in the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland

What to see and do in the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland

What to see and do in the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland November 15, 2018 Reykjanes peninsula is most famous for the Blue Lagoon, Icelands most popular tourist attraction. Most people only hurry by this area on their way tot he airport. But that’s a shame, Reykjanes has so much more to offer then the airport
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What to see and do in Reykjavík, Iceland

What to see and do in Reykjavík, Iceland

What to see and do in Reykjavík, Iceland November 8, 2018 Icelands capital Reykjavík is the worlds most northern capital. Reykjavík consists of a city center and several suburbs. Somehow the city looks different than any other European city. Municipal and community buildings are made of stone or concrete, but the houses and livingareas are
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