Back in Costa Rica. I was in Vienna once more for a meeting at United Nations between 15-19 March 2013. I visited Brno and Prague again. Unsurprisingly, I was in Brazil on 24 Dec12 for my seasoning holidays and then 10 days in Panamá in the way back to Costa Rica. I´ve been living in Costa Rica since Aug12. Before, I lived in Mexico since June 2011 to July 2012. I also lived in Portugal, Brazil (where I was born) and in Oxford (for 11 years) where I had my PhD and worked several years for the British Government. I've got British and Brazilian citizenships. I consider myself caring, passionate, intelligent, sporty, well educated and traveled. I travel a lot and love it! Invariably, it is always a mix of work (academic events) with cultural holidays (1 by 3 in time). In 2010, I went to Madrid in March, then to Glasgow (saw virtually all Mackintosh buildings), Highlanders, London, and my lovely eternal Oxford. Finally, I went to Budapest (once again!) and for the first time to Romania (Oradea, Cluj, Sigisoara, Sibiu, Brasov, Iasi, Moldavia region as a whole, and Bucharest...Sadly, I saw tens of ghost synagogues which nevertheless were still depicting exquisite mix of local folkloric Romanian and Jewish motives showing high syncretism in their internal paintings). On pure holidays, recently I went to Paris, Punta-Cana (Rep. Dominican), Venezuela, Aruba, Curacao, Colombia and Brazil between Sep-Oct10. In Nov.10 I went go to Chicago once more, but this time to attend to the American Physical Society (APS) Meeting and then immediately to Mexico as a visiting researcher. In 2011 was by far more modest and to make a long story short and save details, I visited Japan (Kyoto and Nagoya, and Toki), US (Salt Lake City), Slovakia (Bratislava) and once again Vienna and Prague. At the end of Oct12 I was again at APS Meeting in Rhode Island. Then I finally visited Newport nearby for the beauty and mainly to be a remarkable land mark for religious freedom based on the first synagogue in US. After this, I spent some time at the University of Maryland as a visiting researcher and visited again the lovely DC.Travelling is not in contradiction to settling down: having a family is a priority indeed, and then we all will travel together.