What comes to my mind trying to figure out MY WHY is a kid asking the why of everything. Do you remember that kid? There is a period in everybody’s life where we ask the why of everything, during that period we are curious, we want to understand. But suddenly something changes and we forget to ask why, and we start to ask where, when, what and how. Most of us know what they’re doing in their life, how, where and when they are doing it; but have you ever asked yourself why you do it? Why you travel the world? Why you do a certain job? Or maybe why you don’t do something? […]Tweet
What is holding you back from living your ideal lifestyle? Everybody has is own challenges to go throw, but we don’t usually stop to think about them and how to get over them. It took a lot for me to write this post, like it always takes a lot to do anything. Lets see what holds me back:Tweet
If you think about Pisa the first thing that will probably cross your mind is the Leaning Tower, that’s the reason why this city is famous world wide. I’ve been asked so many times if there was anything else around the city and my answer as always been “of course there is”. Most people come to Pisa just for a half day, maybe an organized tour from Florence or en route from one city to another and they just see Piazza dei Miracoli with the leaning tower. But if you take the time to walk through the center, you will soon discover that Pisa is in fact much more than its world-famous bell tower. So.. let’s see where to go after Piazza dei Miracoli. […]Tweet
Koh Lanta… I fell in love with this island a year ago, when I came here for the first time with my boyfriend. It was my first time in Thailand and it was literally love at first sight! So we decided that this would have been a good spot where to stop for a while. We stayed on the island for 3 months, and now I’m back (by myself), ready to stay here for other 6 months. […]Tweet
Nitmiluk National Park… what a wonderful place!! I stayed there for 4 months and every day has been different.
Nitmiluk National Park is owned by the local Jawoyn people and Katherine Gorge is the main attraction of the park. It’s a series of 13 deep sandstone gorges carved out by the Katherine River on its journey from Arnhem Land to the Timor Sea. […]Tweet