Kathmandu: A Recondite Place on Earth (Day 1)

The posts that I have done so far are about activities, places that I have gone, gotten a coffee, had dinner… But, I thought of writing about Kathmandu in a different format: my experiences there by day. I will assure you from now that each post will be a little bit long, but hopefully you … Continue reading Kathmandu: A Recondite Place on Earth (Day 1)

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The Orange Sunset of Sihanoukville 🌤🍊

Hello!! It’s been a while since my last post… My schedule got really hectic, and also I moved into a new apartment – which takes a lot of your time as you might guess… Also, into the new apartment you are getting those details to make it from “a new apartment” to “home”, and also … Continue reading The Orange Sunset of Sihanoukville 🌤🍊

Day 2 & 3 in Vietnam: Ha Long Bay, a Gem 

We left Hanoi early morning, and the first thing was crossing the street in such a hectic place! And, as thought, we had to cross the street gracefully without looking around… just walking straight—unbelievable! -- See my previous post's video to know what I'm talking about! 😉 The ride from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay … Continue reading Day 2 & 3 in Vietnam: Ha Long Bay, a Gem 

Day 1 in Vietnam: Calming the Heart in a Mixture of Silence and Chaos

I just came back from a beautiful trip to Vietnam with a good friend from Venezuela (who now lives in Bogota, Colombia) and his wife. I will do different posts of my trip to the northern side of Vietnam, as each day was full of emotions, breathless landscapes and great energy, and I would like … Continue reading Day 1 in Vietnam: Calming the Heart in a Mixture of Silence and Chaos

Dos and Don’ts in KL (kids friendly options included!)

KL is a big city, but from my perspective, there are not many places to go do tourism around by day… And because I work, the places I go are mostly at night to have dinner and drinks. Don’t get me wrong, I have fallen in love with KL, I could live here for many … Continue reading Dos and Don’ts in KL (kids friendly options included!)

What would you miss the most?

This past Thursday I met with my friend Simone, who is marrying in October (Wohoo, Congrats girl! 👰🏾🎩), and who is going back to US after three years living and working in Kuala Lumpur. I met her last year through my friends Naty and Marco --the ones that went back to Ecuador last weekend. So, … Continue reading What would you miss the most?

Ta Prohm: “How?!” I thought 🇰🇭 

When I watched for the first time Tomb Raider (I think it was in 2001-2002), I was mesmerized by the powerful scenes and by the temples that were shown in the movie--they look like out of this world!😳🙌🏼 I never thought I would have the opportunity to see these places with my own eyes 💙 … Continue reading Ta Prohm: “How?!” I thought 🇰🇭 

Saying goodbye?… Better say: till next time! 

The hard part of being an expat, it's saying goodbye to family and good old friends... and also to the new friends!  When I was packing and getting everything ready to move, I totally had mix feelings: happy and excited 😁😊 for the "new" that was coming up, and of course sad (super sad! 😫) … Continue reading Saying goodbye?… Better say: till next time! 

A special place on Earth: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia 🇰🇭 is amazing, stunning, striking, magnificent!! A combination of man made structures and nature filling up the gaps!  I went with my parents and I was really glad that I got to experience this beauty with them. 👫👩🏻  Cambodia has a striking and sad story, as from 1975 until 1979 the Khmer … Continue reading A special place on Earth: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Quote of the day

"The Greatest Prayer is Patience"-Buddha