The Authentic Miami.

I don’t think Ms. Tuttle imagined what Miami would turn up to be, neither Mr Henri Flager, when after a lot of insistence accepted to build the train rails from St Augustine down until where Downtown Miami is today. Those who love her will be forever grateful to both of them, particularly her: Julia Tuttle, […]

About Heroes and Cheesecake.

According to the dictionary a hero is a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievement or nobel qualities. To my mind come, firemen, soldiers, Batman, martyrs, Ghandi. I don’t entirely agree with that definition. I mean, I recognize those are heroes, but feel that many others are excluded, I call them “everyday […]

Turks and Caicos Bound

I could start by telling you how Turks and Caicos is actually conformed by 40 islands and keys, located close to Cuba and Bahamas and just an hour and a half flight from Miami or Fort Lauderdale. I could also tell you that the official language is english – they form part of the United […]

Wabi – Sabi: Japanese for Unconventional Beauty

Probably in your language there are a few words untranslatable to other languages, I know we have them in spanish, and in english the word “wanderlust” is one of them. I don’t know exactly how or when I came across with this concept but became really curious about it’s meaning and started researching. It wasn’t […]

The Invisible People

    We’ve all seen them… sometimes. I’ve named them “The Invisible People”, they really aren’t, but even though they occupy a space, and their shape, weight and form is perceptible by our senses…we don’t always see them.  Human nature and it’s mysteries.   Parenthesis. Once while watching a very predictable movie – no offense […]