Agron Palevic has devoted much of his time to exploring the world.
He has traveled to Hanover, Germany; Toronto, Canada; and the
Netherlands, visiting the many cultural landmarks and historic places of
interest while there. Agron Palevic has also spent time in Colombia,
where he visited the capital city of Bogotá as well as Guatavita, a
village situated on the Laguna de Guatavita, a lake thought to have been
created by a meteor impact and considered sacred by the pre-Columbian
Muisca people. At one time, Palevic settled in Montenegro, living off
his land there for two years, but returned to New York City after
missing its energy and vitality.
In other travels, Agron Palevic
visited Montego Bay, Jamaica, where he stayed at a resort and enjoyed
the cuisine. Most recently, he vacationed in Cancun, Mexico, which
afforded him the opportunity to take a three-hour bus ride to the
Chichen Itza ruins. He learned about its history from a Mayan guide and
admired the beauty and prominence of the famed El Castillo pyramid.