Archaeological site of Volubilis

   Volubilis was the first thing on the “Must See” list for Morocco. The city is the best-preserved archaeological site in Morocco and was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1997. I visited it shortly after I moved to Fes and it was the first real trip I joined. It was a one hour and 20…

5 Tips for when you visit Fès, Morocco

   Moroccans are very friendly and hospitable and you will meet a lot of nice people who will make your journey easier and memorable, but here are some things I learnt after a month spent in Fès. 1. Bonjour! Hola! Hello? Italian, spanish? Amigo!    As I said, moroccan people are friendly and some of them very…

Amsterdam – First impression

   Amsterdam was never on my bucketlist but I am glad I visited it. Even though I think spring would have been a better moment to visit the city, doing it in january was pretty good too.     I spent eight days there which for me was a little too long but I don’t…

Morocco – there is a first for anything

   There are two weeks since I arrived to Morocco and I am still learning to adapt. Fes is my new home and it is considered to be the cultural capital of the country.    When I arrived here I expected to find a city that looks like the Medina that you can find photos of on…

Plovdiv: Bulgaria’s Most Enjoyable City

   Since I spent two months in Bulgaria I decided to take the best out of it. I was involved in a project so I only had the weekends free and one free week at the end of the project. As you can guess, I decided to explore the country as much as possible.  …

I chose to travel

   I always loved diversity and the feeling you get when you arrive to a new place. I wanted to travel and I can say with joy and contentment that now I am able to do this more often than before.     I have always associated travelling with the concept of stairs: the higher you climb,…