Sailing the Blue Aegean

(original photograph property of FBC, Omnia Caelum Studios Valencia)

Una Altra Vegada Pels Carrers de València

La font de la Plaça de la Verge, foto de FBC, Omnia Caelum Studios Valencia

València va ser fundada l’Segon Segle pels romans…i des de llavors ha estat un dels llocs més poblats a la península ibèrica…

El 1982 es constitueix formalment la Comunitat Valenciana amb València com la seva capital

El meu València:

Moltes gràcies!

The Blue Aegean Sea…

(Aegean Coast of Turkey, photo property of FBC, All Rights Reserved)

I’ve never seen a bluer sea, and I’ve seen many, because if there is one thing that I love is the water…I was born near the water and I’ve always lived in a coastal city or town…but the Aegean Sea is incredibly beautiful.

Here are some shots I took while sailing in Turkish waters…

And areas along the coast heading south from Bodrum, and Bodrum is more or less in the middle of the Turkish Aegean coast, about a one hour flight from Istanbul.

It’s a very relaxing time, the time you spend on the water, and since most of the coastline is composed of coves and small bays, you can anchor and jump in any time of the day or the night that you like…

(Our saiboat, we rented it with friends, for one week, photo property of FBC, All Rights Reserved)

When you hire a boat, it comes with a captain, a chef and a first mate. You then purchase everything and anything you wish to eat along the voyage as well as everything and anything you would like to drink. We had a great chef and ate gourmet quality food throughout the seven days of sailing the Turkish Aegean.

It is a very relaxing and refreshing time, a most enjoyable experience. You eat, you drink, you take in the sunshine and the gorgeous waters of that blue, blue Aegean Sea…

I leave you with a little video clip that I made of my trips and journeys in Turkey, a country I know very well, although I should say that I know the western, Aegean coast, because Turkey is a huge country and I know very little of all points east, north or further south…

Turkey, at least some of it…

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Miami Beach…in the Winter

(Pelican over the Atlantic Ocean, photo property of FBC, All Rights Reserved)

Miami Beach is an island on the other side of Biscayne Bay from the City of Miami…it is a barrier island with approximately 90.000 residents. Of course, during the high tourist season the number of people in Miami Beach rises to a couple of million, at least…

There is no such thing as a winter in South Florida…

And the sun sets over Miami Beach. Photo property of FBC, All Rights Reserved

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Bahía de Cienfuegos, Cuba

(Bahía de Cienfuegos, foto de FBC, Omnia Caelum Studios Valencia, Derechos Reservados/All Rights Reserved)

Una bahía de bolsa y una belleza de la naturaleza…

Cienfuegos es conocida en Cuba como la Perla del Sur. Tercera ciudad en importancia y fundada por franceses de Burdeos en 1819. Don Luis De Clouet y Favrot es considerado el fundador.

Cienfuegos tiene acerca de 180.000 habitantes. Su centro histórico fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por UNESCO en 2005.

Realmente se merece que la llamen La Perla del Sur…

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