About me

Daniel Eduardo Fuenmayor
Daniel Eduardo Fuenmayor

Eclectic cosmopolitan, photographer, environmentalist and vegan foodie. Creative multipotentialite, disruptive thinker and holistic value generator. On a journey to emphasise the virtues of life, learning everything I can, conscious of our brief but intense existence, evolving to become a better kind of human.

I enjoy protecting the environment and all life forms through an ethical lifestyle, taking positive action in every aspect of my daily routine and through volunteering with great organisations.

I can communicate in four languages, which allows me to interact easily with a large number of humans on the planet.

Expert in travel and tourism, with an analytical mindset, proactive attitude and a multicultural background.


Here is a map of all the places I have visited so far on this amazing planet.

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More than just a Lizard

I am sure you were wondering why I chose a logo showing a lizard with its tail twisted like a spiral?

Let’s start with the lizard.

In many cultures and civilizations around the world the lizard has different symbolic meanings. In Roman mythology the lizard was thought to hibernate during winter so it symbolized death and resurrection.

Throughout the Mediterranean the lizard is fondly regarded as an old family friend. For the Greeks and the Egyptians the lizard represented divine wisdom and good fortune. In Egyptian hieroglyphics the lizard is used to depict "plentiful" or "many". Some tribes of West Africa carve lizards on their houses to invoke protective spirits. It may also represent household tranquility or be considered a potent fertility symbol.

These creatures can remain motionless in the sun for hours. This "contemplative ecstasy" may symbolize "the soul that humbly seeks enlightenment". Furthermore, a lizard has the ability to lose its tail and grow it back, allowing it to escape danger and regenerate. Another meaning of the lizard is longevity, since they have been around for a very long time.

Now, the spiral.

Here are a few meanings of its symbolism: balance, progress, direction, initiation, centering, expanding, awareness, connection, journeying, development.

In Celtic symbolism it represents: evolution and holistic growth; letting go, surrender, release; awareness of the one within the context of the whole; connectivity and union with deific and cosmic energies; revolutions of time, stars, planets and the way of natural progress. In astrology, some galaxies are spiral shaped and the Universe itself spirals out infinitely.

Spiritually, the spiral symbol can represent the path from outer consciousness (materialism, external awareness, ego) to the inner soul (enlightenment, essence, nirvana, cosmic awareness).

Moreover, in terms of rebirth or growth, the spiral symbol can represent the consciousness of nature beginning from the core or center expanding outwardly. We can contemplate its appearance in the natural world in snails, seashells, tornadoes, whirlpools in waters, animal horns, etc.

Just to make it all even more special, our lizard’s spiral tail follows the Fibonacci sequence!


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