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Zento's Traveler Profile

I have traveled to 14 countries, posted 6,032 pictures and written 202 entries in 2 travel blogs
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Username
Zento
Hometown
Buenos Aires,
Argentina Flag of Argentina
Member Since
Feb 10, 2006
Currently
Offline

About Zento

Profession
Anything that will pay our way throughout the globe...but officially IT (me) and Telecommunications (Ed)
Favourite music
Nasty, dirty, sexy house beats
Birthplace
Argentina
Favourite movie
Le Violin Rouge is one of our fave's.....
Languages
English, Spanish, plus Ed speaks some French and Italian
Favourite quote
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started, and know the place for the first time. - T.S. Eliot
One thing I want to do before I die
Write a book and travel the world...
Favourite book
Too many to pick one....
My friends describe me as
They say we're a beautiful pair.... :)
The most amazing moment in my life so far
The one we're living....
Written Road
The inside scoop to the travel publishing world

Folktales for Travelers
A compendium of cute folktales from around the world.

National Geographic
National Geographic is the reason why most of us travel.

Kinga Freespirit
The beautiful travel thoughts and photography of one corageous Polish traveler. A free spirit.

p o l o g y
A site on how to get lost in the world.

Brave New Traveler
The best online magazine for the modern and savvy traveler.....seriously, the best one.

Shelfari - My virtual Bookshelf
See the books I've read on the road and at home.

Recent Entries by Zento

  • Triad of Cathedrals - Nov 25, 2007

    Northern France is rich in Gothic cathedrals much like eastern France is rich in excellent wines, and southern France in luxurious beaches.  So on our way to Calais to take the train back to Englan...

  • The Colossus of Beauvais - Nov 25, 2007

    Dark and beautiful, she shot up from the ground like a shadowy mountain, her spires defensive s*************e.  In the tranquility of the low buildings of this midday town her presence is surreal, ...

  • Venice at twilight.  The sea mist which enveloped the city the entire day seems to be disappearing, and the sky begins to reveal herself.  Thick ribbons of peach and rose hang below the clouds, mak...

Travel Blogs by Zento

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