What’s your favorite country?

This is my most frequently asked question. Even at this moment, I still have a hard time answering it. To be fair to myself and to the questioner, I would default to a top five answer. And to be quite honest, I give different answers every time depending on my mood. It’s a tricky question,…

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Snapshots of Salamanca

My brief time in Salamanca, Spain was made up of coffee and lots of pastries. It must have been due to the cold and rainy October weather, and the fact that I just came from Southern Spain. But I thoroughly enjoyed the empty streets as opposed to a crowded college town. Since I only had…

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Gaudi’s Barcelona

Barcelona is an architect’s city. When you walk its streets, you are easily transported into an eclectic mix of Modernism, Baroque and Gothic Art. One noted architect in particular dominates  Barcelona’s streets. Antonio Gaudi’s legacy can be seen all over the city. From the infamous La Sagrada Familia to the lamp posts of Plaza Real….

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Spain and The Single Girl

My love affair with Spain started last year when I stayed there for a month. It has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Without question, Spain occupies a special place in my heart and I plan on going back and exploring more of it someday. Fortunately,I was able to travel around the…

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Beautiful Churches of Italy and Spain

Italy and Spain are two of the most religious countries in the world. Their rich and long history can be seen through their religious architectures, buildings and structures. More specifically, Italy and Spain has some of the most beautiful churches and cathedrals in the world. Not surprising since Italy’s capital, Rome is the heart of Roman Catholicism…

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Top Ten Best Cities I’ve Been in 2015

  As I look back on all the amazing places I’ve been to this year, I can’t help but feel a sense of fulfillment. My wanderlust seemed to have rapidly intensified these past couple of years. 2015 has definitely been the most compelling and adventurous travel year for me. From walking barefoot inside the ancient Shinto shrine of Kyoto, to watching…

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