Discovering Moscow – Part II: Feeling

The architecture of the city is unlike some other cities I saw, the architecture style, the pastel colors of some buildings, the golden top of churches’ roofs, mixed with enormous plain buildings.

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Discovering Moscow – Part I: Running

Moscow, the city that will be the protagonist and which left an unforgettable mark on me.

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Taken… by Paris

BTW before we start, click here for the Paris soundtrack and enjoy the selection 🙂 Finally time to start with the European tales… at that point in life (2012), I had travelled comfortably alone in the UK because I knew the language, same happened when I went to New York. But going to Paris was…

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What mum taught me about traveling

For more trips and adventures to come, for more lessons to learn and teach, for more little amazed faces discovering the world out there…Cheers to all those mothers who travel with their kids.

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7 days in sunny Cusco

Time to show off my skills to arrange an itinerary that could cover the highlights, leave space to relax and enjoy of more under the radar experiences, and yet fit everything in just one week! 

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Family trip to Bs As

The mix of old, traditional with modern and vibrant, is exactly how I could better describe what Buenos Aires is.

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Hello New York!

In New York you decide if you want to go in a hurry and try to see everything at once or if you let the concrete jungle take you where it wants.

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Cusco 3400

So after the UK adventure I was back in Perú, more precisely back in Cusco, where I was born, where I grew up, where life goes much slower than London, yet where I can still find the world in it.

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7 ways in which England changed me

Those were seven – seven because it is my favorite number- ways in which travelling, studying and living in England had changed me. I was curious and adventurous enough to make the most out of four months. 

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Stratford-upon-Avon

Before I leave the UK there is one more place I must go: Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare! The name of the town itself is charming, doesn’t need anything else to capture your attention? Does it?

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