The Meso American Barrier Reef, also known as the Great Mayan Reef, stretches along the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula down to the Bay Islands of Honduras in the Caribbean Ocean, covering a distance of 1000 kilometres making it the second largest barrier reef in the world.Continue Reading
Paradise, Heaven El Dorado, the Garden of Eden, Shangri-La, Utopia: all synonyms for a perfect place – either religious, political, ecological, economical, or all combined- that is considered to be highly desirable, exemplary, yet non-existent.Continue Reading
There are very few countries in the world that speak as much to the imagination as England: part of the island of Great Britain, lying off the north-western coast of the European mainland, for centuries this kingdom has been – and still is – a dominant (colonial) world power. And, as a true kingdom befits,...Continue Reading
Swinging from giant trees, sleeping with wild wolves, talking to animals and living in the jungle: who did NOT want to be Mowgli when growing up? As you grow older, it becomes painfully clear this paradise only exists in childhood fantasies, not in our current everyday world. Or does it?Continue Reading
Whilst suffering from another ‘regular’ surf injury, this time a few broken ribs due to a very unpredictable gnarly shore break, it seems like the perfect moment to assess the particular topic of Swimmers Ear.Continue Reading
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