Gouda, Alkmaar and Woerden: Say cheeeese!!!

Dutch Cheese Clogs, Gouda (2018) When people think about The Netherlands they will most likely think about windmills, tulips, wooden shoes, and, of course, cheese! A couple of famous cheese (that I know of) are named by their city of origin in Netherlands, such as, Gouda and Edam. Since cheese is currently, and has been,... Continue Reading →

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Salzburg, where the hills are alive with the sound of music

Last December, during our visit to Munich for my birthday, we decided to do a day-trip to Salzburg, Austria. We found that it is a common excursion to do, if you're staying several days in this German city. We were also told that it was closer to go to Salzburg from Munich than from Vienna... Continue Reading →

Los Roques, my Venezuelan Paradise

During winter, I long for the Venezuelan beaches. I dream that one day I'll be able to take vacation for one or two months during this season to spend it in a warm Caribbean place. Well, right now, I don't have the freedom at work to leave for that long; and to be honest, I... Continue Reading →

A Venezuelan in Utrecht

Jenny is from Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, in Venezuela. It’s called “La tierra del Sol Amada”(the land loved by the Sun). This is because they have +35C all year round. She arrived with her husband five years ago. Her mom, dad and three sisters live in Venezuela. She first lived in Eindhoven before moving to Utrecht. Jenny... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Travel Plans…

 It's true that you can reflect about your path or make significant changes in your lifestyle at any point. The Grinches of New Year's Celebrations won't hesitate to let us know this. The year is a scientific reference established by humankind based on the period it takes the Earth to complete a revolution around the sun. So... Continue Reading →

Holiday Season: Prague, Czech Republic

#TouristModeOn22 - 25 December 2018Christmas Trip / Road Trip / ibis Praha Wenceslas SquareStarting the year with an expired passport (and eight months of no-news from the Venezuelan authorities), and ending it with a 9-day road tour visiting six cities in three countries is not bad... Not bad at all! I remember the frustration, and... Continue Reading →

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