25 Things I learned in 30 days Through Europe

In this last month, I had the opportunity to travel through 5 different countries of Europe. I always try to be kind of like a sponge and absorb as much information as I can to bring back to my home country (Costa Rica) and apply what I learn through my work. Other things I’ve learnedContinue reading “25 Things I learned in 30 days Through Europe”

Back for some Adventure!

I really missed my home country and all of it’s mountains and beaches. All I’ve wanted to do since I came back is head over there and be surrounded with lots and lots of green.

Second Lay-day, Madrid!

Yesterday we arrived at Madrid, on our second to last day in Europe! I don’t know if it was the rush from Barcelona or just that we entered the hotel at Gran Via (the most comercial road), that it felt like Madrid wasn’t that emotional and fun as Barcelona.

A Stop in Valencia!

4 hours in bus is not a joke. It’s tiring, boring, and many others… That’s what it took us yesterday to come from Barcelona to Valencia since 8:30 in the morning. I had been told that the paella at Valencia so as we parked the bus and after like a half hour of evacuating myContinue reading “A Stop in Valencia!”

Barcelona; an ode to Gaudí. 

Waking up was the hardest part. After the day before yesterday we kind of drank a bit too much, yet had such a fun time! My roommate and I obviously didn’t wake up at 6:30 am to be ready at 8:30 when we all got to the hotel at 4 am… So, as soon asContinue reading “Barcelona; an ode to Gaudí. “

Arrival at Barcelona; all expectations revoked!

Yesterday we arrived at probably till today my favorite city from the trip. We left Italy early in the morning to fly to Spain. Here, Barcelona started at lunch in a recommended restaurant at Plaza Molina where finally we could eat cheap and really good.

Jiménez Deredia, Sienna, and San Gimignano

Yesterday’s Highlight: Jorge Jiménez Deredia. Probably one of the greatest person to listen to because of wisdom on life, spirituality, architecture and history. He’s been working on marble sculptures that represent our transmutation from phisical to spiritual beings, and centering his studies on the Costarrican indian spheres to try and get our history back. ListeningContinue reading “Jiménez Deredia, Sienna, and San Gimignano”