Tulum ruins | Quintana Roo | Mexico
Previously known as Zamá , meaning place of the dawning sun, this walled Mayan city is
built on the edge of tall cliffs overlooking the emerald waters of the Caribbean.
Tulum’s spectacular coastline – with all its white sands and jade-green waters makes it one of the top beaches in Mexico.
Where else can you get all that and a dramatically situated Maya ruin?
A jewel of Khmer art, the most beautiful temple in the Angkor area, dedicated to hindu lord Shiva, the destroyer. Built of red sandstone , the so-called lady temple or citadel of women, mostly due to its beauty and grace or the presence of the Devatas, celestial maidens carved on the walls.
Banteay Srei, the jewel of Angkor
Banteay Srei | Siem Reap | Cambodia
Sanssouci | Potsdam | Germany
The Sanssouci Palace was built in a period of two years, its name is derived from a french phrase, ‘sans souci’, which means ‘without worries’. An elegant summer palace surrounded by a large park in Potsdam, near Berlin. The scenery is spectacular , with architectural treasures scattered among exquisite gardens and vineyards
Nazca lines | Nazca | Peru
A collection of huge ancient carvings, etched in the barren Nazca desert, near the
panamericana coastal road in southern Peru. Geoglyphs, simple geometric designs as
trapezoids, triangles and lines of many kilometers long. Biomorphs, figures of animals and
insects - a spider, the hummingbird, the monkey, the whale but also anthropoids - the
‘hands’ and of course the ‘astronaut’, can make you believe in any theory...
Amazing in symmetry and detail, a big mystery, still no one has proof of who built them and for what purpose, just speculations... A magnificent enigma, one can only appreciate flying above the desert.
... Stay Tuned
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I’m Natassa Mitsika – friends call me Nat – and I come from Greece. I live in Athens, however I consider the whole world to be my home! I am a “roamer, wanderer, nomad, vagabond … call me what you will” (and a music lover, obviously) I travel a lot and collect moments, smiles, emotions, images, smells and tastes from the places I visit all around our amazing planet. I make friends from the East to the West and I try to have all sorts of adventures! Wandering is for me the best way to make dreams come true!
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