Torremolinos with my terrific friends. We danced, we laughed, we posed, we were everything.
My week in Seville started bumpy but as always things smoothed over and provided another stunning backdrop to explore Spain
So after two weeks in Europe I have sat dow to catch you all up on what has been happening in Barcelona. It's been a lot, of fun. After what felt like a quite challenging but needed two weeks of alone time in Bogota, Barcelona has been all about friendships. Old and new alike. On … Continue reading Barcelona with the boys
I can't believe it is time to write this wrap up! I knew it was coming but now I sit in my hotel lobby counting my final five hours in South America. To be honest I am ready. Where as two weeks ago I couldn't fathom leaving, now I feel complete. For now. The final … Continue reading Vivir mi Vida
After two months on the road I am now a self proclaimed expert on what you need to get the most out of your trip. Of course this will be a general guide but here's a few things I can't do without and some I should have left at home. First up getting out of … Continue reading What’s hot and what’s not!
This week I arrived at my final stop in Colombia. It is hard to believe I have been here for two months. Knowing my time is coming to an end in Colombia has been on my mind of late and has made it challenging to stay present and in the moment. The reality is I … Continue reading Taking a break in Bogota
How to sum up Cartagena? The walled city on the coast is my second last destination here in Colombia and in some ways has been the apex of my adventures here. Arriving solo I quickly made friends with my air bnb host who took me out to see the sights of the walled city. Castillo … Continue reading Coming out in Cartagena
After Minca I headed off the typical tourist map to an Island that is barely known about even by Colombians. I had a lot of recommendations to go San Andreas and some of the more well known spots however my Mum mentioned a friend of her co -worker was running a hostel on an island … Continue reading A hidden gem, Isla Fuerte
After a week of the heat and noise that comes with Santa Marta I decuded to spend a couple of days coolunf off in the mountains of the Sierra Nevadas. Taking a bus I headed up to the town of Minca, now town is possibly an over statement. It's more of a street and a … Continue reading Taking time out in the moutains
Earlier today I sat knowing I "should" write a blog. However I didn't because honestly I didn't want to and let's be real, this is not something I get paid for it is something I enjoy. There is a pressure of pleasing people, before I left so many people said "make sure you update facebook, … Continue reading What brings you joy?