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Visiting Machu Picchu: My Experience


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It was still dark outside when I woke up to get ready for my Machu Picchu adventure. I took my backpack and gear I had planned the previous night, and head over to the hotel’s main lobby for breakfast. The tour guide was waiting for me at the hotel lobby at 4:30 AM sharp. The night before, the tour guide explained the importance of being on time the day of your Machu Picchu visit. Remember: everyone wants to get in line as early as possible to ride the bus to the main site. If you miss your time slot to ride the bus, you are screwed. Words are not enough how excited I was to finally see Machu Picchu. The sun rays were starting to lighten up the sky when I arrived to the top. After a pleasant bus ride, the guide gathered the group and start the archeological site visit of the lost city of the Incas.   I first entered Machu Picchu archeological site at around 7:30 AM. At this time, the fog …


Hello from Mont Blanc Summit!

Mont Blanc is located in a  town in the South of France called Chamonix.  Mostly known for its adventurous offerings that any adrenaline junkie will be attracted to: skiing, hiking, mountain biking etc. The highlight of the town is, without a doubt, the Mont Blanc. Visitors from all over the world visit this mountain daily. Chamonix’s cableway, located in the heart of the town, transfers visitors from Chamonix to Mont Blanc Summit.  The cable car runs every half an hour.     #Tip: Purchase your entrance tickets and check the schedule prior to your visit to avoid waiting in line. (Specially during high season)     After a fun (and scary) 4810m ride to the top, you’ll be able to enjoy breathtaking views of Mont Blanc. Here you can also find a cafeteria and small exhibition showcasing the mountain’s facts and history. #Tip: The best spot for pictures is in the small area right in front of the cableway station.   #Tip: Book a paragliding tour prior to your visit. Also, make sure you have enough …

Ancient Athens: What’s Left 

📍 Athens, Greece ✈️ Arrive at Athens International Airport (ATH) 🏨 Stay at Electra Palace Hotel   ☀️ When to go? April – July or September – October 🍴Must Try: Tzatziki – Souvlaki – Giouvetsi with Veal (Orzo) The Acropolis The Parthenon Theatre of Dionysos  Porch of the Caryatids Temple of Olympian Zeus Hadrian’s Arch  Temple of Hephaestus About The Author Mariella Molestina Noboa The art of saying “Yes!” can take you far away. Many people pass on opportunities for many reasons, one of them being fear. Through my life I’ve encounter many people that forget to live the present for something that might not even happen in the future. If you are constantly waiting for the right time to finally do something, like fulfill your life dream, you are going to spend most of your life waiting. My name is Mariella and I created this blog as a source of inspiration for others to believe they can live the life they always pictured. The secret? Believe you can and take action. The world awaits!

The Best of Vienna: Photo Gallery

📍Vienna, Austria  ✈️ Arrive at Vienna International Airport (VIE) 🏨 Stay at Austria Trend Hotel Rathauspark  🚖 Uber Friendly    ☀️ When to go? April – July  🍴Must Try: Wiener Schnitzel – Veal Goulash             Vienna is: Classic, beautiful and simply tradicional! This city radiates nothing but classical music and art. In comparison to other cities in Europe, Vienna is elegant and very classy! For those who love art, music and beautiful architecture, this city is for you.           A visit to Vienna isn’t complete without experiencing a live classical music concert! There are multiple concerts playing every night for you to choose. The easiest way to book your ticket is thru Expedia or Aviator. Also, some hotels have the option to acquire same-day tickets at the concierge.            Apart from the classical music and operas, Vienna offers delicious traditional dishesfor you to enjoy! Austrian food is a culinary masterpiece. During my stay I tried multiple dishes and every single one of …

From Little Havana to Havana, Cuba

(DISCLAIMER: To all my Cuban-Americans friends, this is not a political post and has nothing to do with my personal opinion regarding the revolution and its history. This post just narrates what I saw, did and listened from locals during my short-visit to Cuba) Introduction Over the past six years, I’ve heard multiple stories of Cuba from my Cuban-Americans friends living in Miami. Each story, whether positive or negative, is what triggered my curiosity. I always wanted to see with my own eyes how locals live in the present. I once heard: “Cuba was the Paris of the Caribbean”, and from my experience I 100% agree with this statement. Havana is as beautiful as any major city in Europe! The revolution indeed changed a lot and it’s sad to see how locals live with some sort of “limitation” in life. In Cuba, you can dream big but your dreams will most likely be shattered. To make a difference in this world, you must find a way to get yourself out the island. If not, you …