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10 reasons to keep a travel journal >>

10 reasons to keep a travel journal >>

      Sorry I’ve been MIA. I’ve been taking a vacation from my vacations hahah This will sound ridiculous to all of you who are out there working or going to school or whoever is just not out there traveling but I swear I just needed some time off ... Read More
Biking Rome with The Yellow Guides>>

Biking Rome with The Yellow Guides>>

If you have been following my travels on the blog or instagram, I was recently in Italy and spent a couple of days in Rome. I unfortunately could not stay longer due to some commitments but let me tell you it is totally worth a long stay, especially when you’re ... Read More
We thank you 15K with an awesome giveaway >>

We thank you 15K with an awesome giveaway >>

      To thank all of our 15K followers and of course, to encourage you to go out and explore the world, we have partnered up with Guerrilla Packs to give out a brand new 40L Admiral Backpack !!! This backpack is just what you need and I’ll tell you ... Read More
A 5 night hostel stay giveaway!!

A 5 night hostel stay giveaway!!

That’s right, a five nights stay at any hostel of your choosing anywhere in the world, for current or future travel plans on us! Being fervent travelers ourselves, we understand that the most expensive part of the trip is many times, the stay, and we know that five nights makes ... Read More
The Dance culture in Andalucia; Flamenco >>

The Dance culture in Andalucia; Flamenco >>

  Flamenco is folk music from Spain, originating in the souther area also known as Andalucia region. Flamenco is believed to have originated in the eighteen hundreds and it is associated with the gitanos or gypsies, which were the Romani or people of Indian descent living in Europe. But has now ... Read More
Anadalucia Region; Cadiz and its beaches >>

Anadalucia Region; Cadiz and its beaches >>

Cadiz was also not part of my plans, this was a newly added destination thanks to a good friend I made in Edinburgh. Well, it was really a trade because I sacrificed Malaga to head out here and I don’t regret it one bit. The only reason I am in ... Read More
2 days-48 hours in Lisbon, Portugal >>

2 days-48 hours in Lisbon, Portugal >>

My first train trip was from Porto to Lisbon, and having the Eurail global pass made everything way easier than if I didn’t. You can find more info on the pass on our post regarding Eurail, follow link here. Lisbon is about three hours away from Porto via train and ... Read More
Visiting Porto, the best city in Portugal >>

Visiting Porto, the best city in Portugal >>

Porto, where to begin! The minute I stepped out of the airport I was smiling non stop at the city. I flew here from London instead of taking the train because I found a very cheap flight but you could take the train and save some money and if you ... Read More