Visiting India during demonetization: The chaos, the plan and the consequences

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to power in 2014 with the promise of “fighting black money,” has kept his word – or so it seems.ย On November 8, 2016, at 10:15 pm, the Prime Minister of India said that the 500 and 1000 Rupees ($ 7.5 and $ 15 respectively) those with the highest […]

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10 things travelling women would like men everywhere to know about them

Around the world, visions or gender inequality are changing everywhere. Still, it is sadly not yet what it should be. There’sย abuse, catcalling, unwanted touching and so on. Gladly, things have slowly been breaking down, and many people understand that women are just as courageous, just as crazy and just as fun as only men were […]

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15 things to stay safe (even if you don’t speak the language) on your trip

Traveling alone is incredible. But it is also risky. It is no surprise to anyone that there are dangers out there, Especially knowing that we are living in a crazy, crazy world. Traveling alone is clearly not the same as when traveling in pairs or groups, we must avoid putting yourself in dangerous situations AT […]

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10 things you have to try when visiting Mexico

When visiting Mexico, you have to be adventurous. It is not only a place filled with the usual clichรฉs: tequila, drugs, violence, party, hot women ( ๐Ÿ˜† ) and ย great beaches. Mexico is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. You’ll find it all: delicious food, all kinds of terrain and climate, unparalleled […]

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South Dakota: A destination for the adventurous hearts!

At the heart of the United States, big cities meet the wild frontier and grasslands caressed by the wind, mixed with high granite peaks and steep needles. This place is South Dakota, the land of great faces, great places and amazing sweets! Nature and Wilderness Do you know why they are called โ€œthe Black Hillsโ€? […]

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Being a world traveler: Is it really possible to live off it?

Globetrotter? Travel? What? I often get a lot of questions about how I get to travel that much. The truth is that I don't travel the world as often as I wanted to, but I am lucky to have been to more than 4 countries, because of studies, mostly. We often see a lot of […]

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A hidden mountain jewel: Covilhรฃ, 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,ย Covilhรฃ became myย second homeย and Portugal, my second […]

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The truth about Colombia is simply….

I love everything about Colombia. I was lucky enough to visit for studies, as I probably mentioned, and to be honest, I never thought I’d like it the way I did. Arriving was pretty spectacular because it was the first time I traveled “as a grownup”. It is to be noted that Colombia is a […]

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My Hometown: Cuernavaca, Morelos

Cuernavaca, Morelos is right in the heart of Mexico, and it is usually referred to as “The city of Eternal Spring” (I guess then haven’t been here when it rains!) and I moved right back after the collapse of my employer in Mexico City, with a crushed spirit and a bad attitude. Now, I can […]