The overview of my Europe trip itinerary, and the dreamy writing you’ll typically find in the following posts about Europe.
Boyfriends come and go. Love lights up then fades, but friendships stay as sincere and as caring as they forever are. It’s said that looking back we will regret what we didn’t do more than what we did do. That’s so true. I asked myself all the time “what if I had…” It aches to not know the answers, being tormented by all the possibilities. I will never know what it feels like to lace my fingers with my love’s and look at the sunset. I will never know what it feels like to taste your love’s kisses in the sound of the Niagara falls. I will never know…
Honestly I would never say Toronto is my favorite city in the world. It is undeniably one of the most exciting, surprising ones though. Four days there and I discovered the many personalities of Toronto that should be enough to satisfy any needs and wants.
A day trip to Niagara Falls, on the Canadian side, to finally live my childhood dream of visiting these magnificent water falls.
When I was 17, I thought my life just begun and it would have ended at 23. Then I turned 23, I think my real life has just begun now and will have ended at 30. What will I think when I am 30? And it got me thinking, when does one’s life even begin?
My 5 most favorite cities, based on their impression on me during my stay, this post servers as a summary to a chapter in my travel career.
Key West, home of the sunset, the southernmost point of continental U.S., the house of Ernst Hemingway, this island is a bit overrated but clearly a must visit place once you’ve already flown 3 hours from PA to FL.