Here are my posts tagged with #europe

  • The Colored Houses of Onyar

    2nd Sep, 2018

    I’ve been to Girona twice and the vibrant colored houses overlooking the river Onyar still fascinates me. 
 The Houses of Onyar, Casas del Oñar (Spanish) or Cases de l'…

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  • The Blue Lagoon Experience

    25th Aug, 2018

    Skip the dip? After a nearly 5-hour flight from Barcelona to Reykjavik, I would normally just head straight to my hotel. But picture this. An immense pool of milky-blue waters in the warmth of natu…

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  • Swish and Swedish

    5th Jan, 2018

    I’ve always been fascinated with the Nordic countries. Iceland being the first. In need of some serious inspiration so I …

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  • The Hills are Alive in Salzburg!

    25th Dec, 2017

    I love The Sound of Music. Who doesn't? I think we all do. I slipped a (side) trip to Salzburg — setting of the famous 1965 musical film — during my visit to …

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  • Take Me to Vienna

    26th Nov, 2017

    By now, I don't mind when I set off solo traveling. I take it’s not for everyone but I quite enjoy the idea of having to rely on anyone but yourself. I always have the need to reconnect with myse…

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  • Snow Hiking in the Pyrenees

    4th Nov, 2017

    A career in the corporate world for years can be offset against our aging body. With less and less physical activities, I easily fall out of shape. To physically measure myself once in a wh…

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  • Jewel of the Vatican

    28th Oct, 2017

    Despite being the smallest country in the world and a long history of controversies, I have a considerable interest to visit the Vatican as for a fact,  it is home to some of the greatest art trea…

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  • Roaming in Rome

    15th Oct, 2017

    I have high hopes for April in Rome as spring begins to take hold. It's the perfect time to tuck in the heart of the eternal city. You can start to forget about the chilly days of winter and enjoy…

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