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A Year In Review 2016: “The year of Europe”

FACTS: I traveled 10 countries, seven countries were visited for the first time. I took a total of 51 planes in 2016, that counts for 59,964 air miles. (Including layovers) Click here to view larger map. The year has officially come to an end and I did not only met all my travel goals, but exceeded them all. In last year’s end of review post, A Year in Review: 2015, the year I crossed 7 countries off my bucket list , I said I wanted to visit more cities in  countries I’ve previously visited before rather than focusing on increasing the number of countries. Again, that was just an idea. Instead, I crossed seven countries off my bucket list this year. Here’s a quick recap: I visited seven countries I’ve never been to, I broke my foot, I experienced what is to travel solo, got my Digital Marketing master’s degree, I mastered the art of booking flights and hotel rooms for very cheap, gained ten pounds, I lost ten pounds, got a promotion at work (Yay!), …

12 Things I learned in 2016

The saying “time flies when you are having fun” lives up to its name.  Where did 2016 go? Here’s a quick recap: I visited seven countries I’ve never been to, I broke my foot, I experiences what is to travel solo, got my Digital Marketing master’s degree, I mastered the art of booking flights and hotel rooms for very cheap, gained ten pounds, I lost ten pounds, got a promotion at work (Yay!), learned how to effectively pack the essentials to fit in a carry-on and, most importantly, got to learn a lot about several countries around the world. What’s not to love? 2016 was a great year indeed. Every year I write a sentence which briefly describes what I learned during that month. To be honest, this post is mostly for me. Every “12 Things I Learned” blog posts are very special for me because each sentence reminds me of the event (or happening) that impacted my life in some way or another. Here’s 12 things I learned throughout the year 2016: January | …

A Year in Review 2017 – Travel more.


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Another year flew by. It feels like not too long ago I was writing the 2016’s A Year in Review blog post. Time seems to go by faster as I get older, which scares me. Does this mean that in a blink of an eye I’ll be 35 years old, married with two kids? Oh, my. On my first three years, I was unstoppable. As soon as one trip ended, I had another adventure booked to start in less than three weeks. But early this year I realized that the world is not going anywhere and neither do I. If I keep traveling at this pace, I’ll travel the entire world by the age of 45. Does this mean that at such young age I would stop traveling because I already saw it all? Hell no.    Secondly, I am four years older than when I started my adventure around the world. Things have changed – I’ve changed. At 21, I could sleep in a hammock in the outdoors  of a hostel in Mexico with …

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12 Things I Learned in 2017

As the year comes to an end, I can only say this: wow. Where did time go?  They say you learn something new every day of your life, so here are twelve things I learned throughout the year:   January | There are two kinds of people in this world: the smart ones and the stupid ones. February | The world is not going anywhere – There’s time to see it all.  March |Everything starts with the decision to try… THIS. IS. IT! April |If you could be a kid for one more day, what would you do? May | If someone is strong enough to bring you down, show them you are strong enough to get back up. June | It’s never too late to learn (or relearn) something new. Parlez vous Francaise? July | The secret to being happy? Just be. August | There are some people in life that make you laugh a little louder, smile a little bigger and live just a little bit bitter. September | Home is where the heart is. October …

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Top Things To Do In Cusco, Peru

1) Mercado San Pedro 1 2 3 You can find anything in Mercado san Pedro. From dry meat to a great variety of cheese and Chuta bread to any kind of fruit you can imagine. 2) Plaza de Armas Lively urban gathering place offering colonial arcades, a cathedral, gardens & a central fountain.  Did you know: In Inca times, the plaza, called Huacaypata or Aucaypata, was the heart of the capital. lonelyplanet.com 3) Mirador de San Blas 1 2 4) Cusco Cathedral The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin, also known as Cusco Cathedral, is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cusco. The cathedral is located on the Plaza de Armas.(Via Wikipedia ) Built during the 16th & 17th centuries, this grand cathedral is filled with colonial paintings. 5) Museo Inka 1 2 3 Folksy collection of Inca art, artifacts & architecture in a modest, old-fashioned environment.   Address: Ataud 154, Cusco 08000, Peru Hours:   Phone: +51 84 237380 6) Dinner at Limo The Limo Restaurant offers wonderful Peruvian fusion and …

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