By Andrés Muñoz
For the better part of my life, I have lived in cities. Pavements, bridges and highways have always surrounded me, the concrete jungle ever present as I ride my bicycle through streets and buildings. The sheer number of different people that you meet in a city is amazing. I love to talk to people, hear their stories, find out what they are passionate about, and laugh with my fellow urban dwellers.
That being said (and taking the risk of sounding rather new-age), there are moments when all that energy is just too much. Everyone’s batteries eventually run out, and the need to unplug from the hustle and bustle of city life becomes not an option but a necessity.
When I feel like this, I find more peace surrounded by nature than anywhere else. There are few things as calming as seeing the city grow smaller and smaller…
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