Author: Juliette

Sunshine Blogger Award 2020

A few days ago, I was nominated by Kae from Hello City Girl for the Sunshine Blogger Award! I recently discovered her blog and she has so many interesting posts on a variety of topics that range from activism to travel and lifestyle. If you are interested in any of these topics make sure to check her blog out, I’m sure you will love it! Thanks a lot, Kae, for nominating me! I love answering to this type of questions and feel so honoured that you thought of me for this award! 🥰 My answers: 1. What did you want to be when you were small? I honestly don’t remember! Maybe I didn’t have a clear idea back then (same as now ahaha) or it was so generic that I completely forgot, but I can guess something like teacher or working with cute animals… 😅 2. If you can live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Really tough question. I think there would be too many factors for me to really pick one …

A week in Italy after the lockdown

One thing is sure, I definitely missed traveling during the lockdown, and a lot of what used to be my “ordinary” life was put on hold for a long time, either because of government restrictions or simply because I thought it wouldn’t be “safe”. Anyway, after months of lockdown I was finally able to go to Italy to see my family!

The Lockdown Tag 2020

It’s been a very long time since I’ve done a “tag” here, so I was really glad when the lovely Kae nominated me! If you don’t know her blog already, I strongly encourage you to check it out, she really has a lot of great content!

Exploring Prague in 2 days

One of the best things about traveling in my opinion is to immerse yourself in the place you are visiting and take in all the culture and history, enjoying the process of stepping into something new. This is best done by taking your time to admire everything around and, more generally, by slowing down. But sometimes, you also want to take in as much as you can and truly make the most of your trip, which can sometimes be shorter than you would like it to be.

Exploring Granada

Granada is one of the gems of Andalusia, that probably attracts even more tourists than Seville. Even though the two are quite close I found that they were very different, not only for their location, with Granada being further inland and a bit higher in the mountains, but also for how the city is structured and their atmosphere.