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Rome – La Dolce Vita

La vita è più bella a Roma, meaning life is more beautiful in Rome, I would say after my birthday trip to Rome. Check the pictures I took from the city and food. It was a holiday of 5 days that made me feel as if I was in the movie La Dolce Vita. If you are planning a summer holiday in Rome, get some inspiration from the photos I have taken from the main attractions and restaurants. Places like Trevi Fountain, Saint Peter’s Square, Via del Corso or the Colosseum are some of the must visit places where I have been.

Covid-19: Travelling for UK residents. My experience in 2021.

We are still facing a second year of pandemic and there is still several restrictions for UK residents with or without vaccine. I managed to travel so far, even under covid-19, although when returning to the UK, I have been forced to stay home in quarantine for 10 days. I hope this article will help you to understand what happens when you depart from UK to European destinations and the procedures when coming back, along with some useful tips before travelling.

Top 5 A La Carte Restaurants in Central London

Different cultures from all over the world merge in one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world: London. This has contributed to an expansion of several type of cuisines. All sort of different exquisite flavours can be found in London, from French to Scandinavian or even Basque cuisine. “Her Majesty” city can take you into a journey where international gastronomy never ends, hence I came up with this article to narrow the selection of Restaurants in Central London where you can eat the finest food. I made a selection of 5 A La Carte restaurants that serve the best of different international cuisines.

Villa Jazz in Tenerife

Last week I have stayed in one of the most beautiful Villas in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Villa Jazz is located right on top of the hill of Costa Adeje. The stunning view over the sea enhances the modern construction of the villa with a heated pool and tall ceilings. The peaceful surroundings create a perfect atmosphere to relax and the luxurious design of the house is the ideal scenario for some impressive pictures.

Ayia Napa, Cyprus

Pristine waters, white sand, palm trees and a torrid sun, the perfect holiday scenario. Ayia Napa in Cyprus it seems taken from a paradisiac holiday postcard with a warm and crystal-clear beach. The Mediterranean Sea transforms this holiday destination into a summer dream for the eyes. I just spent one day there, but it was enough to make me fall in love. Let yourself be seduced by the pictures in this article from the magical Ayia Napa.

My boyfriend’s hometown: Iasi, Romania

Travelling becomes even more special when there is emotions involved and when you are visiting your boyfriend’s hometown, naturally you get curious to know more about it. It’s always tricky when it gets the time, if you are in an intercultural relationship, to travel to your lover’s hometown, because you might or not like it. Last December I went to his city for the first time, Iasi in the northeast of Romania. Honestly, my first impression wasn’t really positive, because it rained continuously for two weeks. Everyone there said I was unlucky and this is an extraordinary event, since it …

Friendly Friday Blog Challenge: Something Fishy – Codfish with Cream / Bacalhau com Natas

The Friendly Friday Challenge is now a fortnightly challenge co-hosted by Amanda from Something to Ponder About and Sandy from The Sandy Chronicles. For the next two weeks, the Friendly Friday Blog Challenge is asking us to share a story, photographs, poem or recipe on the theme: Something Fishy. I could not be part of this challenge and not write again about the most traditional fish in Portugal: Codfish. Codfish has been part of Portuguese history since 15th century, connected to the Age of Discovery. Codfish was the perfect fish that could last a long seafaring. On the 18th and 19th century the consumption of cod …

Easter in Bucharest

Spending Easter in Bucharest was a totally unplanned event, but I’m so glad it happened like this, because when you don’t have expectations, it’s when you enjoy the most. My boyfriend and I had to go to Tenerife for work reasons and meanwhile we were there, he realised, he needed to come to his home country, which is Romania, to sort out some documents. When he said we would stop for one day in Bucharest, before heading to his home town, I was super happy. I was really curious to see a little bit of Bucharest and understand why Romanian …