Earned bachelor degree: 2005. Then I worked. For years. I thought that was it. But there was a voice inside of me saying that there was more to life. After tens of scholarship applications and rejections (and a whole lot of perseverance) I made it. I came to Denmark in August 2014 and my husband…
Vatican. It may be the smallest state in the world, but its name echoes worldly.
A city where every corner is a part of history, a huge ‘outdoor museum’ with great pizzas and gelato. I ask for nothing else.
The MAXXI (Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo) is a national museum of contemporary art and architecture, designed by the great late Zaha Hadid. I bought the Roma Pass and this museum is included. Didier Fiuza Faustino, Exploring dead buildings 2.0, photos © Inexhibit, 2015
I LOVE taking candid pictures. The idea to freeze a certain moment is just fascinating. Here are some of them, taken in Rome.
After Groningen, we stayed overnight in Amsterdam before going to Rome the next morning. It was not my first time in Amsterdam. But of course, the city has (too) many to offer one can only venture a small part of its beauty.
January 2016, we went to visit a friend in Groningen. He took us to Giethoorn, a village in the Netherlands that is known as the “Venice of the North”. Well, I guess the cloudy, cold and sometimes raining weather made the village… less lively. Giethoorn
When everyone had new years holiday, we decided to postpone and went for a short trip on late January 2016. First stop, Groningen.
“Galuh, you may have traveled to many parts of the world, but in terms of food, you can’t help yourself but to stay with your local palate.” So true. I love love love food and when it comes to eating, I want it to be interesting and tasty, not dull or boring. Spain (sea food,…
Aarhus – Berlin – Madrid – Barcelona – Sitges. The route I had to take for… as you can read from the title, My Best Friend’s wedding!
Aarhus – Berlin – Madrid & Segovia – Barcelona & Sitges. Two weeks of greatness.
The construction of Sagrada Família started in 1882 and infamous architect Antoni Gaudí became involved in 1883. Yet, the making of this grand cathedral still continues and is estimated to be finished around 2028.