Lithuania was my first stop on my 9-day backpacking through the Baltics (plus Helsinki). History wasn't kind to this country. Its independence was recognised in 1918 (precisely 100 years ago, which makes this year very special), but this didn't last for long. The 20th century was about to bring very bad news. We all know … Continue reading The Baltics: Vilnius, Lithuania – the G-spot of Europe?
I have mentioned before that I live thorn between land and sea. I grew up relatively near the ocean, and Summer always meant endless time at the beach: as a child building castles and running in the sand, jumping around in salty puddles and jumping amongst small waves when the ocean allowed it; as a … Continue reading A relaxing time in Benidorm, Spain
I did my first real travelling solo to Belgium. Being able to get to Brussels by train so easily from London, finding nice prices and, best of all, having still some holidays to take off from work, I thought, what is stopping me? Not having company? Please, I've been used to doing things alone for a … Continue reading Belgium, 1st Stop: Bruges, the Enchanted
People have been talking about wanderlust. It is like a trend, people have been tattooing it and everything. It seems also there is a boom in wanderlusters. This people that entitle themselves as "backpackers", "adventurers", "globetrotters". All these titles as an hashtag, of course. So the world can see and feel the lust for wander … Continue reading Wanderlust & Conquest
When I think about my biggest passions in life, three come to my mind: Fashion, Books and Traveling. In March I was able to go to Paris. It was a dream I had since I was little (especially the Disneyland part) and I had a big crush for the city and its culture (now I am … Continue reading Inspiring Paris