It’s pretty impossible to not fall in love with Rome! I made sure to wake up early to enjoy the Eternal City without the crowds 🇮🇹 I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Are you busy preparing for the holiday season yet? #citywonders
If you decide to visit Pena Palace, it's more than advisable to set aside some time for its gardens. If you think that walking around gardens is not your thing, I assure you that these are very varied and interesting. You won't find two parts that are alike. Plus, they can be a welcome change after the busy and always crowded Pena Palace.
Have you visited these gardens? If not, would you like to?😉
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Am I still a travel blogger if I haven’t traveled in 3 months?!
This time of year is always a bit weird for me. I usually have a more demanding work schedule in New York and tend to spend more time at home in Indy celebrating the holidays rather than off on adventures.
I always get a bit anxious when I know I’ll be slowing down on travel and I worry I won’t be able to keep up my blog or maintain this space. 😥
The solution? Batching content!
Despite my anxiety, I managed to squeeze almost 3 months of content out of my 7 day trip to Morocco! I know that may have made things a bit redundant around here, and there were days I was reluctant to post because I thought it was boring and repetitive, but with working and not traveling I had to find a way to stretttttttch that content out! 😆
I am excited to squeeze in a couple small getaways before the end of this year! So, there should be some new destinations here soon! ✈️
I’m finishing up my final Morocco blog post and getting down to the last of my photos from that trip! Who’s ready to see a new destination on the feed?! 🙋🏽♀️
For fellow bloggers, what are your strategies for stretching out content when you’re not traveling?
And for you travel lovers, would you be interested in seeing some of my Singapore trip? 🇸🇬
Ja wiem, że pewnie macie już dość 🤣 Ale nic nie poradzę, że te wieże widać na prawie każdym zdjęciu z Bolonii 🤣
Widok z Terrazza di San Petronio.
Najpierw zwiedzasz bazylikę di San Petronio (całą). A potem wychodzisz schodami lub wyjeżdżasz windą na wieżę. Koszt 3€ za osobę. Widoki bezcenne 🤩
I uwaga po powrocie na dół ze szczytu, nie można wejść do bazyliki. Takie zasady, że jest to tylko wyjście i wejść można tylko od frontu bazyliki. Oczywiście ze względów bezpieczeństwa musisz ponownie przejść przez bramki.
Nie wiedzieliśmy o tym wcześniej. Jakoś udało nam się zignorować znaki "only exit" 🤣
Zwiedziliśmy tylko połowę bazyliki i wjechaliśmy na taras. Potem musieliśmy obejść całą bazylikę, by dokończyć zwiedzanie. Ale zdecydowanie było warto. Wnętrze bazyliki jest nie do opisania słowami. Zachwyca.
At 8,530 feet/2,600 meters in Baños, Ecuador, sits a seismic monitoring station that observes the active volcano, Mt. Tungurahua.
The station/park, affectionately known as La Case del Arbol is famous for its iconic swings.
Swing posts to follow.
🌋 #LatinAtlas 🇪🇨
Saw this one legged black crow perched outside our apartment window. I thought for a bird to survive on one leg only was tough enough, it had to rest on the window sill which was laid with bird spikes by the building management, was really not easy for this crow. I believe this crow is a survivor and it will continue to fly free with its gifted wings and be extant.
Woke up on a sleeper bus at 3am from Hanoi to Sapa. Spent the next few days trekking through the mountain range bordering China, local villages, & staying with a family along the way. North Vietnam is so breathtaking 🧡