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Via Lucis’ visit

Via Lucis is Latin. It means Way of Light. Visit means visit, and some visits mean a lot. —   —   —   —   —   —  —   —   — It all happened on a sunny morning of May… I was practicing mindfulness in … Continue reading

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A Cistercian cloister

In order to stretch one’s legs, nothing beats a Cistercian cloister from the 14th century. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “cloister” as “a covered path or hall with arches that is on the side of a building (such as a monastery … Continue reading

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Discovering Goya in Madrid

Year 1775, Madrid. A young Goya (28) arrives in Madrid. He has got a job as a pattern designer for tapestries, at the Real Fábrica de Tapices (Royal Tapestry Workshop) Year 2015, Madrid. Goya reigns at the Prado Museum. The … Continue reading

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Volcano hiking in the Costa Brava

Caution: this post is about an extreme hiking adventure. The brave, daring, valiant, hardcore adrenalin thrill seeker Covetotop is visiting the Croscat Volcano and its dangerous surroundings. Read at your own risk. The adventure starts just now. 10:30 a.m.- Covetotop … Continue reading

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S’Agaró and its coastal path (Costa Brava)

Traveling trough the Milky Way Galaxy is quite an interesting experience. You can visit other planets and other moons. But, to be sincere, space travel has some disadvantages too. Normally, you don’t meet interesting people out there, because most of … Continue reading

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Blurred pics and best wishes

I just wanted to write a nice post for my little bunch of friendly readers and to say a big “best wishes for 2014” … I just wanted to take some fairytale Christmas pictures for my “best wishes” post … … Continue reading

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Orpheus and Norfeu Cape (Costa Brava)

As the legend goes, Orpheus, the mythological singer from ancient Greece, was sailing the Western Mediterranean when his boat struck a solitary rock in the middle of the night and foundered. He survived by clinging to the rock all night. … Continue reading

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