Feria de abril.

Although feria happened more than two months ago, I still cannot get the beats of flamenco out of my head and the smell of fresh buñuelos away from my nose. What started as a way for local farmers to gather and trade goods, has now turned into what can only be the biggest party to …

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Portugal.

Last weekend I was in Portugual. A country I have been putting off for quite sometime now, simply because it's so close to Spain. Before I went I thought the Spanish and the Portugese had similar cultures, which is also why I wasn't eager to visit. If the cultures are similar why do I need …

Underbudget

Semana Santa in Spain is an experience one can only imagine. A week long of holy celebrations that fill the streets in every city in Spain. The processions last about an hour depending on the city and recant almost every story in the bible. Seville is most popular destination during this time as people from …

Milan over Rome.

This past weekend was spent in Italy’s fashion capital, Milan. I have yet to visit Rome but from what I saw and what I have read, Milan is far better than Rome. I’m not dissing on Rome at all, I still want to visit too, but Milan is far less touristy than Rome. Milan is …

Year of Growth.

Every year we each make a promise to ourselves, our "New Year's Resolution." Every year we promise ourselves to make a change in our lives all in an effort to better ourselves. But how many of us actually follow through with these plans? I’m guilty of it too. We say we’re going to make some …