Zaragoza – Surprisingly Full of Street Art

Zaragoza – Surprisingly Full of Street Art

Sitting in a complete stranger’s car and enjoying the beauty, easiness and convenience of car sharing, we were making our way to what at that time was a quite anonymous city for us, Zaragoza. When the driver and our travel companion for a couple of hours asked us why we were going to Zaragoza, we(…)

The Day We Saw An Elephant Born

The Day We Saw An Elephant Born

A week or so past I noticed that the animal sanctuary in Thailand that we volunteered at for a month last year was celebrating a birthday of sorts, but not the birth of elephant park itself, but rather one of it’s most recent residents, Dok Mai. Post by Save Elephant Foundation. There At The Birth(…)

Living Like A Local in Hondon De Los Frailes

Living Like A Local in Hondon De Los Frailes

It has now been only over a month since our latest housesitting assignment in the South of Spain started, long enough to tell you all about the very little and quaint village we are in which is located only few kilometers west of Alicante. Hondon De Los Frailes is one of the villages of the(…)

LOCATE CAVEY –  Nantes

LOCATE CAVEY – Nantes

Where is Cavey? Pinkie the Cavey is back in France, in fact he felt like he needed to see more then just the parts of the South he’s seen so far. This week he is in Nantes which turns to be quite an artistic city. In the picture Pinkie has La Fabrique in the background(…)

Weekend Photo Theme – Stained Glass Windows

Weekend Photo Theme – Stained Glass Windows

Weekend Photo Theme is a weekly photography article where Dale or Franca choose a theme, select 5 pictures to sum that theme up & tie them together with their interests of Architecture, Art, Design & Travel. I’m not usually a big fan of churches and I easily get bored going into each church we see(…)

How I Culled Negative People For A Happy Life

How I Culled Negative People For A Happy Life

Whilst scrolling through my personal Facebook page the other day I came across an update from Talon Windwalker of 1Dad1Kid.com who had something to say regarding a matter I’ve long thought about, but never mentioned. Post by Talon Windwalker. It’s Culling Time Now whilst I’m not currently culling people from my Facebook feed, I am(…)

Five Tips & Pics for Rome

Five Tips & Pics for Rome

Rome is one of the most notorious and probably most visited Italian cities and there must be a reason for it. Rome is simply stunning for its architecture, for the fact that there is art at every corner you turn into, for its history, its very interesting and peculiar character and for the ‘colorful’ characteristic(…)

MuCEM, Marseille’s Museum Floating On The Sea

MuCEM, Marseille’s Museum Floating On The Sea

No matter from which side you are approaching, the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations in Marseille, also known as MuCEM, will not go unseen or ignored, that would be simply impossible! This incredibly unusual museum is located by the the Mediterranean sea between its waters and the charismatic city of Marseille. The MuCEM is(…)

LOCATE CAVEY –  San Sebastian

LOCATE CAVEY – San Sebastian

Where is Cavey? Pinkie the Cavey is in the Basque Country in Spain,in the cozy city of San Sebastian to be precise. It’s all about the sea in San Sebastian, there are so many activities that can be joined from canoeing to surfing and there are plenty of beaches that get crowded any time of(…)

Weekend Photo Theme – Windows Reflections

Weekend Photo Theme – Windows Reflections

Weekend Photo Theme is a weekly photography article where Dale or Franca choose a theme, select 5 pictures to sum that theme up & tie them together with their interests of Architecture, Art, Design & Travel. If there is one thing that I love it’s catching reflections in things: water, metal and windows too. I’m(…)

How Depression Led Me To Travel Around The World

How Depression Led Me To Travel Around The World

Now my depression prior to our around the world journey isn’t something I’ve ever approached as a subject since we started to travel just under two years ago. Not because I was afraid to talk about it – far from it – but rather it never felt like it was so important a fact to(…)

Bern’s Bears and Their Unlucky Fate

Bern’s Bears and Their Unlucky Fate

It was our first time in Bern and we didn’t know what to expect and what there was to do and see there – you must know by now that we aren’t big planners at all, that we mainly go with the flow. We were simply crossing Switzerland and decided to stop by the Swiss(…)

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