Today’s fashion targets a very flirty and feminine woman and a bold man of sober tastes; it’s a mixture of textures singing in tune with the Autumn-Winter season. 2012 ends and Designers have sound Ready to Wear to formal proposals.
Santiago de Chile, The city below the Andes
A panorama of modern buildings against a close background of high snowy mountains is breathtaking. It is Santiago, the Chilean capital city, which almost leans in a wall formed by the Andes. Although it is just about 80 km in a straight line from the coast, the altitude of this city of 6 million is 570 meters above sea level.
One hundred percent of the opinions from guests have been favorable and that, may be the most valuable recognition the Ritz-Carlton, Santiago has received. They have obtained other awards by the prestigious Travel + Leisure Magazine, Best Hotel in Mexico, South and Latin America, and among the 10 best in the world (2012).
Staying at the W in Santiago de Chile is to coexist with the city’s new era in the most elegant and fashionable neighborhood, where buildings defy the height of the Andes, and the trees form a green carpet.
Azimut’s vision reaches far. This vision supports the development of their projects with the belief that the vast extension of the sea is the perfect place to be with yourself and experience the deep emotions of life.
Vision 145’ unites Italian elegance and Benetti construction philosophy. It boasts innovative exterior design and an all-new concept. Its interiors were planned to guarantee absolute comfort and complete relaxation for the yacht owner and his guests.
The Predator 64 is 20 meters long. It provides the option to configure to the needs of its owner and a high degree of flexibility for you to enjoy each of your walks or trips. Its design has been conceived with an emphasis on providing a sense of openness, space and light, which flows through the windows with their ¨ sea-light” features in the main guests cabins.
Ramón Bravo The marine ecosystems advocate.
Ramon Bravo Prieto (1925-1998) is the most renowned Mexican diver who has reached international fame. At the height of both professional, scientific fields he enjoyed a friendly relationship with the French submarine researcher Jacques Cousteau.
Los Cabos receives the Bisbee’s
The 2012 competitive fishing season began in July at Buenavista, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur. From the 24th to the 28th, 61 vessels competed in the XIII Edition of “Bisbee’s Buenavista 2012” Fishing Tournament for a grand prize of 457 thousand 200 dollars.
The Jaguar or Yaguar (Phantera Onca) takes its name from a Guarani voice with two possible meanings: “He who kills i one leap” or “Dog body.” A carnivorous mammal belonging to the Felidae family, it is the largest feline found in the Americas.
The end of year is approaching at breakneck speed, devouring the remainder of the summer. For this model the Japanese factory adapted the Nissan Leaf technology and that way raised the Zero Emissions concept to the challenging sportive level.
To develop the concept of Octo, the Bvlgari enterprises resorted to values such as time, which have always accompanied humanity. The face of this watch is inspired by the shape of the octagon that historically has referred to concepts such as balance, harmony, power and eternity.
Meir Adoni, executive chef at Mizlala, sees the restaurant as the “whimsical younger sister” of his haute-dining, white tablecloth establishment, Catit. He is committed to give diners a good night out experience.
From a balcony of the Kala Restaurant which has a view dominated by the Mediterranean. The open kitchen allows you to watch the chefs in action as well as the attractive wooden oven. The menu includes Mezzeh, seafood, lobster salad, grilled shrimp, fresh fish in oriental sauce and lamb.
In the foothills of the Andes in Chile, south-east of Santiago along the Maipo River, there is a region known as Palo Alto. There, the whim of geography has produced a climate with long dry seasons and rainfall concentrated mainly in winter.
The Oruro Carnival, which is held in Bolivia, was born from festivities back in the early Christian era. On May 18, 2001, the Carnival was proclaimed “Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible World Heritage” by UNESCO.