Key West

2012 – Florida, USA

Florida Keys

I drove from Fort Lauderdale all the way to Key West, which is 140 km from Cuba.

30 photos.

Everglades

The Everglades are a natural region of subtropical wetlands in the southern portion of Florida.

23 photos.

12ny

2012 – New York State, USA

Albany

Albany is the state capital of New York.

29 photos.

Troy

Troy is a small city about 15 kilometer north of Albany, on the eastern bank of the Hudson River.

13 photos.

Fire Island

Fire Island is a popular summer destination for New Yorkers.

29 photos.

12socarib

2012 – Caribbean

I went on a one week cruise in the Southern Caribbean from San Juan, Puerto Rico. The cruise ship Celebrity Summit visited Grenada, Barbados, Dominica and Saint Barthélemy.
Puerto Rico

I stayed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, before and after the cruise.

16 photos.

Grenada

Grenada is also known as the Island of Spice.

28 photos.

Barbados

Barbados is the easternmost isle of the Lesser Antilles.

18 photos.

Dominica

Dominica has been nicknamed the Nature Isle of the Caribbean for its unspoiled natural beauty.

28 photos.

Saint Barthélemy

Saint Barthélemy is a volcanic island fully encircled by shallow reefs. This French outpost is a popular tourist destination for the rich and famous.

13 photos.

New York City, NY

2012 – New York City, USA

More photos from the Big Apple.
Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal is the largest train station in the world in terms of number of platforms

12 photos.

The office

I work at 515 Fifth Avenue, across the street from the New York Public Library and Bryant Park.

15 photos.

USS Intrepid

USS Intrepid is the main attraction at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum along the Hudson river.

18 photos.

Coney Island

23 photos.

11mexico

2011 – Valley of Mexico

The Valley of Mexico is a highlands plateau of around 2200 meter in central Mexico. The valley has been inhabited for at least 12,000 years. Mexico City is today one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world.
From above

Mexico City metropolitan area has over 20 million inhabitants, and the smog that goes with that.

5 photos.

Centro

Centro is the historic center of Mexico City.

18 photos.

Zona Rosa

Zona Rosa, just west of the historic center, is known for shopping, nightlife and gay community.

11 photos.

Lomas de Chapultepec

Lomas de Chapultepec is home to some of the biggest mansions and wealthiest people in Mexico.

16 photos.

Teotihuacan

22 photos.

Hudson Highland

2011 – Hudson Highlands, New York, USA

The Hudson Highlands are mountains on both sides of the Hudson River in the state of New York.
Bull Hill

Bull Hill, also known as Mount Taurus, is a perfect place for a day trip from New York City. It is located near Cold Spring, about an hour train ride from the big city.

24 photos.

New York City

2011 – New York City, USA

New York was in 2011 hit by both hurricane Irene and my birthday party.
stillspotting (      ) nyc

Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and U.S. and Norway–based architecture firm Snøhetta collaborated in September to create urban soundscapes that explored the relationship between space and sound.

23 photos.

9/11 remembered

The 10 year anniversary of the attacks against the World Trade Center was marked several places in the city, including at Ground Zero.

28 photos.

Hurricane Irene

After sweeping through the Caribbean, Hurricane Irene made a direct hit on New York City on August 28th. But it was downgraded to a tropical storm just before reaching the city.

13 photos.

Manhattanhenge

Twice a year, the setting sun aligns with the east–west streets of the main street grid of Manhattan. This is referred to as Manhattanhenge, or Manhattan Solstice.

7 photos.

4th of July Fireworks

I watched the 4th of July fireworks from my windows.

10 photos.

Birthday party

I invited my relatives to celebrate my 40th birthday in New York.

27 photos.

3 Queens and a Lady

All three of Cunard Line's luxury ocean liners were gathered in New York on January 13th.

6 photos.

Lancaster

2011 – Pennsylvania, USA

Pennsylvania is just a short bus or train ride from NYC, so a good place for a weekend trip.
Philadelphia

Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania, and the second largest city on the US east coast. It is known as the birthplace of the USA, as the Declaration of Independence was signed here.

19 photos.

Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary was based on the principles of reform rather than punishment. When the building was erected in 1829 it was the largest and most expensive public structure ever constructed in the United States. The prison was a big tourist attraction, and bacame a prototype for more than 300 prisons worldwide.

9 photos.

Lancaster

Lancaster was the capital of the United States for one day, September 27, 1777. The Second Continental Congress met here while fleeing the British who had captured Philadelphia.

9 photos.

Tortola, British Virgin Islands

2011 – Caribbean

I went on a one week cruise onboard the largest cruise ship in the world, the Allure of the Seas, in February, 2011. We sailed the Caribbean, and made stops in the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Sint Maarten and the Virgin Islands.
Bahamas

The cruise ship made a stop in Nassau in the Bahamas. The Bahamas is the third richest country in the Americas, after USA and Canada.

19 photos.

British Virgin Islands

I visited the island Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, where I swam with dolphins.

14 photos.

Sint Maarten

We stopped in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten, and from there I went to Maho Beach, which is next to an international airport.

10 photos.

Tulum

2010 – Mexico

I went to Mexico twice in 2010, once to the east coast and once to the west coast.
Tulum

Tulum was one of the last cities inhabited and built by the Mayans, and is today one of the best-preserved Maya sites on the Yucatán Peninsula.

12 photos.

Mazatlan

I stopped in Mazatlan on a cruise from Los Angeles onboard the Mariner of the Seas.

10 photos.