How My Days Look Like Here

Hit play for getting into the vibe:

As sun rises at 7:30 and temperatures in our tent get too hot for sleeping, pretty much all my days here start with sun rise. Except Sundays after party … Sun gazing, doing some Yoga and Meditation for a good start in the new day. Before going  to town we take a shower at the beach showers near the city. There we also wash our wear. It’s really funny showering there, people walking by on the road and staring at us, fucking hippies, haha.

Our home. At the moment sharing the tent with Olga, but she will leave soon so I’ll be queen of the green castle :)))

Usually I like to have my Coffee in the city while doing some work on the laptop, managing my photos, writing here on the Blog, checking Mails and so on. If I’m too lazy for going to the city, even if it’s 10 minutes away (becoming lazy here and spending all day in the sun is easy, haha), I read (Siddhartha at the moment – just perfect while traveling) or hang around with people from all over the world having interesting conversations. Well, seems like Germans, Hungarians, Estonians , Russians and Italians are here the rest of the world :))

Searching for Cafés with wifi and charging possibility like:

After spending some hours in the city and buying food, we go back to our tents to cook something (now we have a new kitchen) Tadaaa:

Or eating some delicious Prickly pear cactus fruits. They have been a main aliment of the Mexican and Central American diet for thousands of years. In parts of the U.S. it has been gaining popularity as an exotic, gourmet and healthy addition to one’s diet. The prickly pear plant has two different edible sections: the pad of the cactus (nopal), which can be treated like a vegetable, and the pear (tuna), which can be treated like a fruit.

Cooling down after laying in the sun like:

Close to sunset it gets cooler outside and I have to put on some more clothes before starting my visit to our neighbors.

Sometimes I also like sitting in my tent or on the air mattress on the beach at night to edit my pictures because there is no sun light or any disturbing reflections on my screen. Oh, and that view:

At around 19:00 when sun sets here, once the last rays are gone, there are not many things to do in the dark. On weekends there are live concerts at the beach bar or at the fire place where people are beating the drums or playing guitar and sing.

Olga likes dancing with her iPod in the dark and I’m running around taking pictures of the night sky.

I also like joining the cooking in the evening, where almost everyone from our camp is sitting around and prepare some delicious food. I love sitting around the fire place with good people and the breathtaking night sky above!

Goodnight marvelous view and stars!

Life here making my eyes shine and my heart dance 🙂

Portrait, Beauty, Festival & Travel Photographer, based in Vienna.

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