I still remember the first time I saw a picture of an Archaeopteryx on the Biology school book. I have never been a big dinosaur admirer, although finding them fascinating I have always been drawn to the human body sciences. For some reason, the Archaeopteryx fossil remained engraved on my memory, possibly because it was the first fossil to support Darwin’s theory of evolution or … Continue reading Natural History Museum in London
And they lived happily ever after! A damsel in distress, a valiant prince charming and a breathtaking kiss; these are the intents of how love should be. Disney has taught us that happy endings and unconditional love is possible. A love that is expressed in music, heroic acts, strolls through enchanted landscapes and carving of initials in the trees. So, when we find the one … Continue reading Just Paris
Hair down, car windows open and radio on, our journey begins! Driving south we leave behind the hustle and bustle of a big city, its curvy roads and busy man-made landscapes. It is a hot summer day my hand outside the window plays with the eucalyptus fragrant breeze that is now getting hotter and the skin is already tanned. Outside, the landscape also changes, the … Continue reading Alentejo – one of Portugal’s best kept secrets
Seizing the day, being extraordinary, is it not the ‘holy grail’ that we are all looking for? Life is too precious and ephemeral not to do it. But how many times, have we looked around and realized that we were surrounded by extraordinary people? Or that we were the descendants of those that were already seizing the day on a daily basis? Well, on a … Continue reading That’s how we roll
A trip to the Zoo would always send me down a guilt trip – saving animals from ‘certain death’ by ‘sentencing them to life’. In an idealised world those creatures would be thriving on their unspoiled habitat! But then again, the majestic human race does not allow such thing. So yes, we still need to sentence some of those animals to life. The good news … Continue reading British Serengeti on my doorstep!
Have you ever visited a country and found yourself saying: “I could see myself living here”? There were occasions that I found myself discussing that possibility with my husband, yet I always follow to say: “Don’t forget that we are seeing this country from a tourist perspective and not through the views of a local”. Today I’ll give you a general outlook of the Madeira … Continue reading Why visit the Madeira Island?