Ahmedabad and the Future of India

When I landed in Gujarat, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect, because I had read all sorts of different things about it. Ancient, Muslim,  Hindu, mysterious… It is GREAT. There is nothing that excites me more than the chaos of something beautiful and new. I had only been in India for a week and […]

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The oldest medieval town in Spain is far better than Hollywood paints it!

If you plan a trip to Madrid and have time to look around,  visit Toledo. It is a city with a long history since the Roman times, where  you can find monuments of all Muslim, Jewish and Christian origins. In Toledo, prepare to enter a magical city that retains an enviable medieval structure. Its enormous […]

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Incredible India: The adventure of a lifetime

Traveling to India is to discover one of the most exotic countries in the world. The richness of its culture, its delicious gastronomy and the joy of its festivals attracts thousands of travelers every year. If you want to take a trip to India and have never come to this country, you will probably have […]

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Leiria Castle and San Pedro de Moel, a perfect Portuguese day trip!

No matter the season, day of the week, duration or the reason for there are reasons to visit Portugal. Its landscapes, cities, coasts, villages, forests and mountains, offer a small sample of this incredible country kissed by the sea. Upon my studies in Portugal, I got to discover the many perks f living in one […]

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A mystic place of Mexican superstitions you won’t believe exists!

There are many reasons why Tepoztlan is a captivating place. It is one of the most prominent places in the state of Morelos. It is also next to my hometown, Cuernavaca.  Firstly, one must consider its location at the foot of impressive mountains, shining like the sun. With almost no network signal, you are in […]

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A hidden mountain jewel: Covilhã, Portugal.

Portugal is underrated overall. When someone thinks of the wonders of Europe, people don’t always consider this small nation. I’ve got to say it’s by far one of the most amazing places I’ve visited. Obviously, it has a certain special value for me, because living abroad for a semester, Covilhã became my second home and Portugal, my second […]

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