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Lunch with a Syrian Refugee
Aug06

Lunch with a Syrian Refugee

I met him Tuesday July 18th around 12 PM. He walked in the office with a smile on his face ready to take me around town. He works with both programs I’m partnering with here in Amman. For the first few hours we didn’t say much to each other as we were running errands to go buy the food for the distribution and partly because I was exhausted. In the taxi I could barely manage to keep my eyes open and it seemed he was...

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The Remarkable Rocks on Kangaroo Island, Flinders Chase National Park, Australia
Jun23

The Remarkable Rocks on Kangaroo Island, Flinders Chase National Park, Australia

Nature is a patient artist – it’s taken about 500 million years for the elements to sculpt these surreal rock sculptures on the coast of South Australia. Perched on a bluff overlooking the sea, the huge granite boulders look especially amazing at sunrise and sunset when light plays over the orange lichen dusting their tops and sides. Venture beyond this bluff on Kangaroo Island in Flinders Chase National Park for more geological...

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Chileno Bay Cabo, a Wellness Paradise
May12

Chileno Bay Cabo, a Wellness Paradise

Chileno Bay, the development by Discovery Land Company that spans across one of Cabo ‘s most exclusive beaches with the members only Chileno Bay Club at the north end, and the newest “It” hotel Chileno Bay Resort and Residences (Auberge Resorts) at the other. While Cabo’s enormous growth plan is hard to miss while transferring from the airport, once inside the gates Chileno Bay is a true paradise. The hotel...

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Spotlight on the Island of Hawai’i
Feb27

Spotlight on the Island of Hawai’i

  After 4 days on the Big Island of Hawai’i it is evident to me that Hawai’i is truly the paradise everyone has made it out to be. From lush forests, to clear water beaches to the looming volcanoes and beyond; the 4000 square foot island provided me thrills that I never believed imaginable and left me craving more of the Hawaiian culture and lifestyle. Traversing the island from Kaiula-Kona to Hilo is a short 1.5 hour drive,...

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Uganda Nos Necesita
Oct22

Uganda Nos Necesita

Hace exactamente un año tuvo lugar en Onda, Castellón, la jornada solidaria “Onda per la Solidaritat “. La jornada incluía un partido benéfico de fútbol femenino y una exposición de fotos urbana sobre la vida de los niños en África. Durante mi estancia en Uganda, me di cuenta de todas las necesidades de la población. No tienen que comer, que ropa ponerse y mueren de enfermedades que no deberían existir. Por todo eso, pensé que...

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Mucho que aprender
Oct12

Mucho que aprender

En África, concretamente en Uganda, todo es diferente. Su paisaje, su olor, su cultura y su gente. Diferente no significa ni peor ni mejor, simplemente algo nuevo a lo que tenemos que acostumbrarnos. Al subirte al avión que vuela a este magnífico continente por primera vez, ya sientes que algo ha cambiado. Los pasajeros, la comida…y por supuesto cuando ya estás sobrevolando su cielo, su verde y frondoso paisaje es algo bello y...

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