My fingers wrapped around my cup of tea to warm them up from London's October breeze, I took several sips and stared at my best friend, Google Maps. My month in the United Kingdom was coming to an end and I booked a flight from Edinburgh to Málaga a few days earlier. Now was the … Continue reading Is Córdoba Overrated?
I started this month with anticipation and mixed feelings. I've heard so many great comments about how amazing and friendly Barcelona is that I was thrilled to get to see Spain for a month. On the other hand, I was afraid I wouldn't like it, my expectations being too high and the fact that I … Continue reading 2nd Month Out of 3: My European Journey
While I was in the United Kingdom, I stayed 5 days in Edinburgh. It was my first visit in this city frozen in the 17th century, and it won't be my last. I really enjoyed my time and I couldn't help myself but being in awe by the forever lasting architecture. Everything there had me … Continue reading My To-Do List for a Day in Edinburgh
What. A. Month. I can't believe it has already been 30 days that I'm in Europe. It went sooo fast! It seems to me that it was only a few days ago that I left the comfort of my house, of my bed, and that I left my family behind to see a part of Europe … Continue reading 1st Month Out of 3 : My European Journey
I could barely contain my excitement! I was finally queuing to go to the Warner Bros. Studio to have a glimpse of the making of Harry Potter. As soon as I realised I was standing in line for the shuttle that was about to take me straight to the studio, I started squeezing my boyfriend's … Continue reading The Making of Harry Potter : A Dream Come True
I am so glad I finally made it to Greenwich. Okay, it might be my second visit... But the first time I went it was a cloudy, mostly rainy day, my boyfriend was hurt and as you probably imagine I didn't reach the viewpoint, which is apparently one of the best view of London that … Continue reading A Day Trip to Greenwich
Let's say it : I've made a lot of mistakes. Back in 2014, I was 19. I had never been in Europe and it was my first travel without my parents. I had never slept in a dorm room, I had never used the public transportation (bus or subway). It's simplified to say that I had … Continue reading What I Did Wrong on My First Long-Term Trip