Yucatán, México I have always heard of Cancun ever since I could remember. And though we only had a day and a night to explore this town, it was all worth the long driving hours. No, we didn’t go to Cancun to party. We went for the sights and the beach. And to findContinue reading
A perpetual dreamer, an eternal nomad and a Francophile at heart.
Yucatán, México Mérida is said to be one of those up and coming destinations in Mexico. Truthfully, I never heard of this town until I started looking up ways on how to get to Chichén Itzá. Most people will fly to Cancun and take a day trip to the ruins. Instead, we decided toContinue reading
Yucatán, México Traveling on holidays maybe ideal for some, but it mostly means a more expensive plane ticket, as well as longer waiting lines in the airport. I usually avoid this and would rather fly on a quieter time. However, the real reason why I pushed on traveling this past 4th of July weekendContinue reading
Valladolid, México Valladolid is a little-known colonial town in the Yucatán peninsula, where people only stay the night usually because of its proximity to Chichen Itza. We arrived right after sunset and the town square was busy with all the locals and vendors, hurrying and packing up to go home. No tourists were inContinue reading
Fjaðrárgljúfur, Iceland Exactly. I know what you’re thinking. Fjadra what? Up to now, I don’t know how to say it. But after seeing pics, and watching Justin Bieber’s video (I’m not even a fan), it’s hard to pass up an opportunity to visit this beautiful canyon. I have hiked one of the deepest canyons inContinue reading
Jökulsárlón, Iceland Our second day in Iceland was full of ice… literally! We started out with a glacier hike and a visit to an ice cave, then headed to the infamous Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon and to the other side of the bridge where you can find Diamond Beach aka Ice Beach. Follow Sky Envy: Bloglovin’Continue reading