My personal thoughts on the fragile balance between tourism and the local residents in Lisbon.
One of the rare cases when a blog post jumps from my travel journal straight to publishing with very little editing. Some stories are best told raw.
When is travel NOT political? If you pay attention, hardly never.
Lisbon is growing in popularity. Lonely Planet listed the city in their Best In Travel 2017 list. But be mindful and please DON’T do this in Lisbon.
Portugal wins the Euro 2016 but the big picture is much more than a trophy.
“Nothing good ever happens after 2 a.m.” Do you remember this line from How I Met Your Mother? If it’s after 2 a.m., go to sleep. (don’t Google)
Big or small, we’ve all had obstacles to overcome and accomplishments to celebrate. These are my 7 lessons from 2015 that will help me carry on my 2016. What are yours?
I wish I could tell you I spent days staring at a blank page. But, because I’m always compulsively writing, I started this post many times since we decided to leave London. I kind of liked London, I could see myself getting used to it after a while, but despite the fact that we had friends and family living there (meaning we wouldn’t lack a support system) I didn’t fall head over heels for London.
Even if you’re traveling in a place you know well, take the time to engage with people around you. You’d be surprised how strangers can have the power to shape your future.
How an employee at the Ajuda Palace helped me have a moment of clarity and brought back all my memories of Rome.