There is something absolutely enchanting about this place. You’ll get lost in its labyrinth-ish streets, within its medieval and contemporary architecture, and the colorful sights and sounds, not to mention the culinary experience, and don’t forget the Port Wine! Advertisements Continue reading Porto! Oporto! Oh Porto!
“one day,” you said to me, “I saw the sunset forty-four times!” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery, the little prince I may not saw the sunset forty-four times in Porto, since I was only here for a week. but, I’ve stared at it like no one is looking. It’s magical, just like the first Fransecinha sandwich that I had here. 😉 Continue reading Sunset over Rio Douro, Porto, Portugal
Happy 100th birthday to the US National Park Service! I always tell people that my “disneyland” are the national parks. If given the option to choose, I’d much rather visit a national park or monument (both natural and historical) than a theme park. Maybe its the old soul in me, but I always stand in awe of all the natural wonders a national park can offer … Continue reading Happy Centennial to US National Park Service!
Yep, I know I know… It’s been some time (an epoch! really) since I even touched and posted anything here. I will not spurt out any excuses as to why. In fact, I wasn’t that busy. Let’s just say, I was in a hiatus from blogging, or even social media. Anyway, so what am I been up to ever since? I’ve left Belgium and moved … Continue reading yep it’s been a while…
This whole month of August, I have been travelling around the East Coast of the USA (partly work related and of course for fun!). I’ll try to update and post pictures about it in the next days as I try to organize all my stuff. Continue reading Summer in the USA
Plaza Mayor, Madrid, Spain Continue reading Daily Flips: Plaza Mayor
Valencia might be the third largest city in Spain but it isn’t in everybody’s “must visits” lists when touring/visiting the country. For this week-long vacation/Easter/spring break, we decided to take a quick tour of Madrid and Barcelona. But instead of directly flying to these big cities, we decided to land in Valencia and roam around for a few hours before taking the train to Madrid. … Continue reading Stop Over: Valencia, Spain