Bahamas: Snorkelling in pure waters
The sun is rising over Abaco, the second largest archipelago of the Bahamas. The inhabitants are descendants of the first colonists who arrived in 1783 after the American Revolution. It’s a legacy that infuses the town with gentle hints of New England: wooden houses in pastel shades and the white fences of Green Turtle Cay and Hope Town. With its naval activity and the building of “sloops” (traditional boats), Abaco has earned the title of Sailing Capital of the World…
Saint Barts, a touch of France
Happiness within reach of nearly everybody… The best season to visit St Barts is the “dry season” from December to April.
Chile: Valparaiso, graffiti street art
Valparaiso port, in the centre of Chile, has been for the last twenty years or so, a centre of graffiti, the origins of which date back to street art traditions which began in the 1960s during the political unrest under Allende.