Buda and Pest

When I was a little girl, I read a book where Sissy loses her memory and recovers it thanks to the waltz “The Blue Danube” yes, that tribute of the grand river that crosses Europe and the city of Budapest. In 1873 the hilly side, Buda, and the flat one, Pest, united resulting in a […]

To Soller by train. Mallorca.

In the heart of the Serra de Alfabia amongst green clouds lighten up by a Mediterranean sun opens in front of us the valley of Soller. We arrive from the Buñola train station (you can also take the train in Palma station). It is a fascinating journey through time on an old wooden train born […]

Alaro. Majorca

I’d like to tell you about this pretty village of the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, the first one of the list in alphabetic order, fact that converted it in the first one of the island to obtain electricity in 1901. Here it is its tower. An old Muslim hamlet called Oloron. Its documented history starts […]

Road trip from Sydney to Brisbane.

Helene & I head to Brisbane from Sydney, we’ll spend Christmas there, she with her family & I with my adopted Aussie family. The ride takes around ten hours so we decide to break it & stay half way. We leave early in the morning, the air smells of burnt, the smoke has reappeared, on […]

Visiting some museums in London

It’s raining in London, I know, it’s not a surprise. I am in a café writing when I meet Carol & Ricardo, two friends from Mexico whom I decide to go to a museum with. Making our way we get on the train to Saatchi Gallery, placed in a beautiful & grand building surrounded by […]

Roman Museums with Basak.

Today I go back to Pincio’s Terrrace, I walk around this beautiful park full of Roman statues, fountains & a lake liven up by the music of this artist that enchants me like the “Pied Piper of Hamelin” I have my ticket that I bought in advance, I arrive earlier to drop off my bag […]

Bernining in Repubblica, Quirinale & Popolo. Rome.

One of my Roman routines is going to yoga; thanks to a friend I found a very pretty studio called Ryoga very close to Piazza Repubblica. The metro stop is right underneath, the first time I exit it I don’t only find myself into a magnificent semicircular square, but facing the exuberant Fontana delle Naiadi right […]

Roman pebbled streets & its secrets.

Dear nomads, remember the round castle of my last post? Yes! Castello di Saint’Angelo. Here I am, having some fruit contemplating it, in the promenade along the river, where the breeze gives me a break from the heat of the summer & little souvenir stands keep me company. I am staring at the beautiful building […]

Trastevere & Gianicolo. Rome

  On a Sunday morning I had the brilliant idea to go to Trastevere from my place, crossing the park Villa Doria Pamphilij. It’s quite big, the temperature was mild,  & I don’t mind walking.     I followed its paths & all of a sudden I found a wall or an old aqueduct, statues, […]

An evening in Monti. Roma.

  Dear nomads, we are back at the Coliseum as starting point. I’d like to mention that in its beginnings it was known as Flavio anphiteathre, honouring the family who ordered to build it. Its actual name comes from the statue of the Colosus of Nerón that never made it to our days.  It is […]