How to travel to Greece while pregnant

As you may wonder from the title of this post, I am pregnant, due in a couple of months 🙂 Yes, I will hopefully still be traveling. Yes, I will carry the baby in a backpack and I am gonna… Continue Reading →

It’s more fun in the Philippines

I did not go insane with this title. “It’s more fun in the Philippines” is the cringe slogan the Philippines have created to promote the country. Even if its government’s marketing team could definitely use some creative help, the Philippines… Continue Reading →

Winter is for the rich: a trip to the Baltics

Like many Southern European people (and many people in general) I used not to like winter. It would be a season of deprivations. I could not stand the cold. But in the last decade, I slowly got to appreciate it… Continue Reading →

Israel and Palestine are stuck in my mind

I have been to Israel and Palestine over a month ago and I haven’t been able to get over it yet. I keep reading books about it, I just watched another 36 hours series (me, the same person that cannot… Continue Reading →

Some days in the Peruvian Amazon

We are going to talk today about the Amazon. Not talking about online shopping here but more about the immense rainforest and river in South America (this really sounded like a dad joke). The Amazon represents over half of the… Continue Reading →

Writing on a travel blog in the age of SEO

Many years ago nobody knew about SEO. I remember that in my first blogging attempts, all I had to do was give space to my creativity and write whatever came to my mind. I perceived the blogging activities more as… Continue Reading →

Let’s talk about Japan

Recently, as I was in Naples leafing through my Japanese books, I remembered the sparkle of curiosity I had when back in my teenage years I was reading Japanese literature, back when all of Japan was so fascinating. Unlike many… Continue Reading →

My favourite city will always be Lisbon

The original title of this post was meant to be “The best city in the world: Lisbon”, but as I realized someone could have different opinions I changed it. I have a hard time thinking how someone that has been… Continue Reading →

In love with Cape Verde 

Cape Verde was a trip we had planned and booked for April 2020, but obviously, it got canceled for force majeure. We were given only a flight credit from Tap (which by the way will never see me again) and patiently… Continue Reading →

Cerdanya: the best winter destination in Catalunya

This February I spent most of my days in the mountains. It’s funny how I wasn’t really a mountain person before (just because I knew nothing about it) and since I was mountain-baptized a few years ago here in the… Continue Reading →

I did not keep you posted

At the end of my last post, I said I will keep you posted. I did not. The reason is that I was too busy enjoying my summer to use my computer longer than the time needed for work. You… Continue Reading →

Welcome summer

Lately, I have had the privilege of finally finding a job that is forever remote. This allows me to work wherever I want and in addition to that, it does not pay 3 peanuts and a kick in the ass as most of… Continue Reading →

The cats of Donousa

In my pretentious mission of visiting all Greek islands, I got to know Donousa this year. A little less than 7 hours away by ferry from Athens, you will find this little island that has, basically, all you need in… Continue Reading →

Digital nomads phenomenon and its consequences on gentrification

As I am here eating my daily Nutella I am feeling inspired to rant on the evergreen debate about Digital nomads and its consequences on gentrification. Gentrification is a keyword that was ranking at the top in these last years (now replaced… Continue Reading →

Can I skip the usual blog post about Covid?

It seems like a pattern one has to use, but I’d rather skip the post about Covid and the unprecedented times we’re living in. Can I? Pandemic happened, okay, and my opinion about it is nothing different from the other 12387612037203289136821761287 you… Continue Reading →

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