It has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well-preserved Spanish Baroque Architecture. Picture colorful houses, cobblestone streets, quaint vibe, boutique hotels, and fantastic food. Antigua is fairly close to the main airport at about 45 min drive so it´s very convenient.
AMSterdam travel guide
I´m so excited to share this travel guide with you! Amsterdam was one of those cities that blew my mind off. I felt a connection with it, not sure if it´s because there´s a bit of chaos that made me think of Amsterdam as a Latin Scandinavian country hahaha. I loved loved the canals, strolling its quaint streets and people watching! So much street style inspo over here!
safari packing list
When I was doing all the research for our upcoming African Safari I was so puzzled about what to pack, especially since you can only bring a max of 33lbs on your luggage with you in the smaller planes that will take you to your hotel! This was definitely challenging for me since I´m a notorious over-packer, yes yes one of those that it is going on a 3 day trip and brings 10 tops and bottoms and only used 2 hahaha so I knew I really have to plan all my outfits and most importantly bring pieces that will travel well and that I could mix and match and create different options for our 10 day trip.
We stayed at the Mara Bushtops tented camp nestled in their own private wildlife conservancy in Massai Mara. Upon our arrival at the hotel, the staff and manager greeted us with you guessed it more champagne! welcomed us, showed us everything and immediately made us feel at home. The lobby area opens up to impressive views of the Mara and an infinity pool and from here we went down to see our rooms.
NYC Travel Guide
NYC is one of those cities that I love going over and over because it has so many layers that there´s always new to discover. I´ve been to NYC multiple times and I feel like I never have time to see everything I wanted to because I get lost in beautifulness strolling through the neighborhood streets and then puff time is up!
36 Hours in Nairobi
This past summer we went on our dream trip and African Safari! We´ve been planning this trip along with my family for over a year and the excitement kept building up!. This trip was definitely one for the books and I have so many experiences and tips I want to share with you that I decided to break it up into three parts: Nairobi, Massai Mara, and The Serengeti.
what to wear in dubai
While researching for the trip I often felt lost in the wardrobe department! I wasn´t sure what was appropriate to wear and be respectful of UAE´s dress code. I couldn´t find a straight answer on what was ok for tourist to wear and since it was going to be pretty hot I was trying to figure out if I could wear my normal summer clothes. There were not many articles about it so I went with my gut and the few guidelines I could find from other fellow travelers. These are the man reason why I decided to post about what I found was appropriate to wear.
Dubai travel guide
This summer we went on an incredible trip to Dubai. We spent 5 wonderful and extremely hot days in Dubai. Oh my was it hot! The average temperature was 48C degrees (about 100F) but as everything, there´s a silver lining to it... there were no crowds, which is a rare exception since there´s roughly 14 million of visitors per year in a relatively small city. Dubai is as extreme, opulent and luxurious as it looks in all the pictures and Pinterest boards I saw while planning our trip. At first, you are not sure in which country you are since only 5% of its residents are UAE national citizens and the remaining 95% are expats from all over the world which I thought it was soo cool and unique.
4 days in ireland
We divided the trip in three: city life in Dublin, nature & nightlife at Galway and R&R at Kinnitty Castle. As usual, we crammed as much as we could see in 4 days and I feel that we got a pretty good taste of Ireland by visiting these three different areas. Ireland is pretty big so it takes a while to drive from point A to point B so we couldn´t make it to the Ring of Kerry because it would have taken a good chunk of our time since it is about 4 1/2 hours drive from Dublin and driving the ring itself takes about 5 hours so we left it out for our next trip.