Lara as many others personal trainers lost her job due the pandemic. She understood this ‘catastrophe’ is something under out of our control but she took this situation as a great opportunity to work on her project about physical and lifestyle coaching. Furthermore, her project became a shared project -WELLNESS CODE- with other personal trainer, Zenta Zaldate, and they are doing great.Seguir leyendo “Lara Rodríguez and the Wellness Code”
United Kingdom has many places to discover. We all know that London is amazing and it’s because beyond those London rainy days, there is a cosmopolitan city full of activities to do and new experiences to live. However, what I liked the most about living there was the fact you can get to know amazing people from all the cultures. As Sherlock Holmes said, ‘The air of London is sweeter for my presence’, I can confirm London is nicer meeting these lovely people.Seguir leyendo “We are now approaching United Kingdom”
Falling in love with someone from other country means understanding a different culture and sometimes another point of view or way to live and respect it…Distance can be hard but the real love doesn’t know any distance. Love isn’t measured by kilometers, it’s measured by the strength of our hearts.Seguir leyendo “Saki – Ahmed: one soul, two bodies”
When Gaia moved to Tbilisi, she felt a strong connection at the first sight with this Georgian city. The reason behind? This city, on the river Kurá, inspires and allows us to reach back through time. Do you want to know the best spots in Tbilisi? Gaia will lead us in this amazing virtual journey around her current home.Seguir leyendo “Gaia’s Tbilisi”
Howzit, my chommie! Are you ready to discover the Lion King’s land?
Once upon a time, I met a South African girl that wherever she went, she always carried her South African vibes. Her name was Jessie and she reminded me a bit of Simba, not only for her innocence and her bravery but for the fact that, even she moved to another country for a while, she had a proudly South African on her. She was in love with her home and her family as Simba was in love with Nala.‘Love will find a way, anywhere we go.’Seguir leyendo “South Africa, ‘Hakuna Matata’”
One Hindi word to describe India could be Dev Bhoomi (Land of the Gods). Even I have never been there, I found myself involved in some conversations about this country and its culture. I have heard many different opinions. For some people it could be a chaotic place and for other people, an amazing land with many spots to discover.Seguir leyendo “India, Land of the Gods”
Imagine you were a butterfly. You just needed to spread your wings , fly over one of your favorite cities and observe it from different perspectives. This is what I feel about Portugal since I visited Porto. You might not like its decadent architecture but I’m sure you would appreciate all the history behind the city.Seguir leyendo “Lisbon and its ‘miradouros’”
If I need to describe Greece in a word , it would be thalasophilia (θαλασσοφιλία), that means the love for the ocean and the sea. The truth is that I have never been there but I have dreamed so much of swimming in these beautiful islands, exploring the places where the mythological creatures used to live and feel the Greek culture and vibes.Seguir leyendo “The magic of Greece”
¨No viajamos para escapar de la vida, viajamos para que la vida no se nos escape.¨ Aunque tal vez ahora no sea el mejor momento para emprender una nueva aventura y viajar a otro rincón del mundo, aprovechemos este tiempo para soñar desde nuestro sofá con nuevos lugares y viajes.Seguir leyendo “Where to go?”
It has been more than 10 days since the first day of the isolation due the ‘Corona Virus’ and I am already feeling like a koala. First reason, I am spending this quarantine with my Aussie sheila housemate. Second reason, I stopped being a gleeful weekend traveler but, no worries, heaps of series to watch, Aussie words to learn, workouts to do, so I am not afraid about the possibility of become a bludger.
WHAT DO YOU RECKON?
Seguir leyendo “Stuck in iso with an Aussie sheila”