I arrived in Portugal on a dreary Saturday afternoon. My first impression of Porto was not the same one I believe previous travelers had encountered. There’s something about blue skies that really have a way of making this destination a must-see place. Don’t get me wrong, the grey-skied Porto I experienced was lovely in its… Continue reading Overcast in Oporto.
Heading back to Palma with very sore feet and too many pictures of buildings. Pretty much seems to be the theme whenever I make my way to a new city. I can understand better why Europeans have taken to making sneakers into something that’s worn other places besides the gym; there is really no other… Continue reading My Day In Madrid.
I took an early bus today in order to get into Llucmajor with some time to wander before having to be in class. Over the last few days days, there have been more banners and decorations hung, and I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to capture how this municipality celebrates the Autumn Festival. I… Continue reading Llucmajor.
About a week and a half ago I was invited to visit Sóller for a short day trip. Sóller is a small village accessible by both car and train. While we elected to go by car, we also took the scenic route which reminded me a lot of driving in Corsica with many hairpin bends… Continue reading Dating Myself.
It’s been three weeks. Three weeks since I left for Spain. Three weeks to have made a list about all the things I took for granted while still living in America. Three weeks to think about how I will do my best to not take them for granted again. And so, a list of all… Continue reading A List.
I am currently residing in a flat in Son Ferrer, which is a twenty five minute car ride outside of the city of Palma; the city I hope to live in for the course of the school year. Son Ferrer is a village near a beach town called Palmanova. Son Ferrer is not where I anticipated… Continue reading So Far in Son Ferrer.
I had the pleasure of visiting Corsica, France over the last week alongside my friend Luciana and her friend Julie. Together, Luciana and Julie had planned a trip that incorporates international travel and the opportunity for self-transformation, and before their guests arrived, they had a week to prepare and explore the island for themselves, which is… Continue reading I See France…