Visual Diary: Keukenhof, Netherlands

“Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come”- Robert H. Schuller

A little throwback to 2015 spring and welcoming the spring in 2016! During my road trip to Amsterdam from Copenhagen I was lucky enough to visit Keukenhof.
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First Glimpse of Morocco 

Morocco welcome me to the heat I never imagine I could survive in. Sitting on average at 40+ degrees (it did get up to 50 degrees in Marrakech), but I couldn’t hide my excitement of exploring this vast and diverse country. Morocco is an unique country where both Arabic and French are spoken. The fusion of these two languages wanted me to dig deeper into the culture and society and find what makes Morocco truly unique. Continue reading First Glimpse of Morocco 

5 things to know about a European road trip

Road trips are one of my favourite forms of travelling. Just grab your friends, pick a destination, have a killer playlist and get ready for those deep conversations. While road trips are meant to be fun and spontaneous, there are a few things you should plan out and do before it turns into a living nightmare. Here are 5 things you should know. Continue reading 5 things to know about a European road trip

Visual Diary: Antibes, France

Bonjour! Welcome to Antibes, a 16th century town located between Nice and Cannes along the Côte d’Azur. Another charming coastal town with history dating back to a Greek colony where the Greeks named it “Antipolis” in the 5th century BC and later a Roman settlement. With the captivating old town, beaches, Fort Carré and ports, Antibes is a relaxing town luring both French and foreigners for a getaway. Continue reading Visual Diary: Antibes, France