This November marks my first anniversary living in Spain, or Spainiversary! There was one point I thought Spain would not happen because the visa complication was taking a toll on me, and then one year went by in the blink of an eye. One year is not a lot but enough to hold countless of
Porto, Portugal has got to be one of my favorite destinations for a weekend trip: stunning architect, chill vibe, lots of characters, beautiful landscape, affordable delicious food and friendly people, I don’t know what more can you possibly ask for. In fact, I’ve been questioning myself why am I not living here already! Day 1:
Picos de Europa national park is one of Spain’s largest nature reserves situated in the north of the country. English Wikipedia would tell you that Picos de Europa is the literal translation of Peaks of Europe which is true, but a Spaniard would translate “picos” as pecks or little kisses. It’s one of those places that are picture-perfect everywhere you turn
Europe, or Western Europe to be specific, is not a cheap destination for backpackers. While your euros go a long way in many parts of Asia or South America, they don’t have the same value in this expensive continent with higher living standard. However, you can still enjoy roaming Europe without damaging your bank account.
♥Wikipedia có khá đầy đủ các thông tin thị thực / hộ chiếu về những nước miễn visa / cấp visa tại sân bay cho hộ chiếu phổ thông Việt Nam. Đây là mình tự tìm hiểu trên mạng nhé, không đảm bảo đúng 100%. Các bạn chịu khó nghiên cứu và liên hệ các lãnh
A day has never flown by so fast spending with this cheeky Mexicana – Miss Lisa Marie, who traveled 12 hours out of her way to our epic reunion in Luxembourg!!! (I had just spent one week in Stuttgart on a business trip). We walked, ran, chased busses, climbed hills, attempted to take decent photos,