A lot of life happening on this side of the Atlantic lately. I’ve finally found a flat to settle into with two sweet gals, we moved in on Wednesday and it’s beginning to feel like home. Except it lacks wifi, something that is in process, and well home nowadays is where one has wifi so… Continue reading Zagreb, Croatia.
Throwing it back to a trip I took at the beginning of March to a trip I took to Soria, which is a town two hours north of Madrid. This trip seems so long ago and yet it was not even two months ago. Time is seemingly folding over on itself and with the arrival of… Continue reading Soria, Spain.
Prior to taking off for Tenerife, I had a layover in Barcelona and a few days prior I had this idea that perhaps Simone would like to come along for a day trip with me. And lucky for me, she was up for a little adventuring so on a grey Thursday, we found ourselves in… Continue reading Barcelona.
[pey-shuh ns]. Described on dictionary.com as,1) “the quality of being patient, as the bearing of provocation, annoyance, misfortune, or pain, without complaint, loss of temper, irritation, or the like,” 2) “an ability or willingness to suppress restlessness or annoyance when confronted with delay,” and 3) “quiet, steady perseverance; even-tempered care; diligence.” Patience is a lesson… Continue reading Patience.
Some ladybirds and I recently rented a car (round two in one week for me!) and ventured to the east side of Mallorca. The day began with some overcast skies, but as we continued to drive, seeing the blue skies appear, and eventually we found ourselves in front of a stunning sunset by the end of the day.… Continue reading Roadtrippin’.
I took an unintentional hiatus from blogging because this last week has been so crazy busy; between friends from the states visiting (that will be another post in the near future), coming down with a head cold (which left me without a voice at one point), and saying yes to just about every adventure that… Continue reading Ses Fonts Ufanes & Thoughts on Rest.
On Thursday we took a train to Oxford and I felt like I had been transported into a scene of times past. Oxford carries with it the stately feel of a proper university, and having students bob and weave around us into their respective colleges made our experience more like that of that students who… Continue reading Oxford.