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Bogotá: A Haunted Walk On A Rainy Day

Bogotá: A Haunted Walk On A Rainy Day

To know Bogotá along with its past is very easy, because her past is always present, available to everyone who can truly appreciate it.  In its nineteenth-century houses of colonial eaves and balconies is where the neighborhood of La Candelaria hides its ghosts; ghosts that once inhabited hidden courtyards and hallways.   Rain bathed cobblestones, like petrified loaves of […]

Nun Walking The Streets of Pisa

Nun Walking The Streets of Pisa

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Fifty Shades of Budapest

Fifty Shades of Budapest

 There’s something refreshingly unpretentious about Budapest. It doesn’t crave attention because it knows that architecturally, it has an exotic twist that effortlessly lures you in .  One can grow exhausted from walking on either side of the Dunabe and still be left with wanting more of its “Art Noveau” architectural paradise.  Budapest’s streets are rustically adorned with […]

Postcard From Prague

Postcard From Prague

I have fallen in love, yet again.  Only this time it happened in Central Europe.  It’s no wonder Mozart had a special relationship with Prague.  From its people, history, arts, and architecture, it’s full of charisma, elegance, and life!  Charles Bridge, early in the morning hours is the perfect place to watch the sunrise, and […]

Postcard From Linz

Postcard From Linz

On our way from Salzburg to Prague we made a stop over in Linz.  We only spent one night in Linz but managed to go out early in the evening.  On our way over to the Altstadt, we came across the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception,  the largest church in Austria with 20,000 seats.  Besides […]

Postcard From Salzburg

Postcard From Salzburg

The birth place of Mozart, the setting for The Sound Of Music.  Salzburg, however, has many other attributes that make it stand out.  Fortress Hohensalzburg is a real eye-catcher peaking out high above the baroque towers of the city. The castle in Salzburg is an unmistakable landmark. Salzburg is also plentifully supplied with pleasant eateries, […]

Postcard From Innsbruck

Postcard From Innsbruck

What better way to conquer my fear of heights than by paragliding in the surrounding mountains of Innsbruck?   I will never forget the thrill of floating off the mountain tops and getting a bird’s eye view of the world beneath me. This is an experience I will always remember.         Related […]

Postcard From Ljubljana

Postcard From Ljubljana

Prešeren Plaza is the most central point in Ljubljana. The plaza owes its name to France Prešeren, the most influential poet in Slovenian literature, whose monument is located in the middle of the plaza. The poet’s glance is directed towards a sculpture of his forbidden love and muse, Julia Primic, framed on the wall of […]

Postcard From Graz

Postcard From Graz

In the northwest area of Graz lies Gösting, the 13th city district of Graz.  It is located between the river Mur and the Plabutsch mountain.  On the north-west end of this borough is where you find the ruins of Gösting Castle.  The first record of the castle dates back to the year 1042 and was […]

Postcard From Vienna

Postcard From Vienna

The Pestsäule is one of the most notable pieces of sculpture in Vienna and is located on Der Graben. This work of art is Vienna’s tribute to those who fell victim to the bubonic plague in 1679.   It is said that Emperor Leopold I promised to erect a spectacular column in the heart of […]

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Interview with an Addict: Chronicles of a Travel Addict

This month’s featured interview is with one of my favourite writers, Cristina Luisa from The Chronicles of a Travel Addict.  Her writing and travel experiences are not only informative but most importantly, inspiring and motivational.  The first time I read one of her personal stories she grabbed my attention with a question we should all […]

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