As I go through my pictures I realise how many of them I forgot. I have photos from Sevilla and Açores to put up. More often than not, these days, I want to close down the blog. Make it private, maybe? This is something I do for me, most of the times. I know I…Read More
All articles filed in summer
NYC, I miss you.
I realised yesterday’s post was the first of 2017. Woah. And it’s nearly March already. How did that happen? (I keep repeating this…) It’s never too late to say it: Happy New Year! Have a good one! My year? Well, I don’t have to keep saying it, do I? busy, busy, busy… I guess that…Read More
And here we are once again with Japan pics, finally! These are just a few pics of the streets in Kyoto. This day we went to the aquarium in the morning. Salamanders there were not your normal salamander. These are giant Japanese salamanders that can grow up to two meters in length. They’re huge. And…Read More
Zen in Kyoto.
Back from the beach! The weekend was amazing! Could have been better if it wasn’t for the funny fact that I forgot to put sunscreen on my belly, and now it’s a shade darker than the rest of my body — lovely isn’t it? I tan fast, you see, heck, I get tanned from crossing…Read More
Holidays, don’t go away.
I can’t believe I wrote petty instead of PRETTY on the previous post. All sorted out now, anyway. The moment you read this I’ll be lying on warm sand, trying to keep akira off my towel and/or myself, reading another Murakami masterpiece, feeling the freshness of the Atlantic, hopefully eating pastries, delicious pasta and fresh…Read More
After a well spent day in between little towns, we headed to Nagoya. Nagoya is big and very business-y like. One of the first things we saw when we go there was a lady laying on the floor and a few of her friends surrounding her. I got immediately worried, but figured the situation was…Read More
takayama and furukawa.
I’m sorry for the radio silence. Life’s been busy around here: house painting, coming up with the new office, moving up furniture, bringing in new furniture…and then we had to dip our feet on the crystal clear water of our beautiful Atlantic (meaning, we went to the beach). I also have been thinking a lot…Read More
Tokyo through the camera – part one.
August arrived looking grey and cold. Now that I’ve had time to relax and sleep, I can finally start working on the pictures straight from the camera. These will be fairly photo-exclusive posts, in its majority, because I really just want to share the pics without many words, or I’ll end up repeating myself. So…Read More