The Icelandic waterfalls. Part II

A few weeks ago I showed you some of the waterfalls I found in Northern Iceland. Today, I want to show you a few more. The first one is Skógafoss, located in South Iceland. This is one of the tallest waterfall of the country, with a height of 60m. The legend says […]

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Rainy Extremadura

I was looking forward to spending a couple of days in the countryside while I was in Spain in Christmas. This winter has started very warm and I expected to see a wonderful sunset and millions of stars at night like last year… Unfortunately, when I arrived to Extremadura it was cloudy and […]

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Happy New Year!!!

Before taking a break to enjoy these holidays with my family, I want to share these photographs I took a few days ago. This time, I went to the neighborhood called “Madrid de los Austrias”, the oldest part of the city and also one of the most impressive. There you […]

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Merry Christmas!!

Although it’s been four years since I moved from Spain, I always come back in Christmas to spend these days with my family. It’s always nice to be back in December: the weather is nicer than in the north, the days are a bit longer too and the city is […]

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Oh, deer!

One of the things I like to do in any city is visiting its parks. Even if you’re in a huge megapolis, it allows you to escape from the noisy and busy streets and connect with the nature. This is specially true in Dublin. It has a lot of green spaces. […]

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A land of colours

I’ve never been in a place like this one. Landmannalaugar is the most unusual and beautiful land I’ve ever seen. It’s located in the Icelandic Highlands, in a place so innaccesible that you can only reach it with a big 4×4 or special vehicles able to cross rivers and gravel roads […]

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Christmas in Dublin

I am one of those people who loves Christmas. It always makes me feel like a little girl again. I love the festive mood that takes over everyone in the darkest month of the year. The streets are full of people despite the cold and the bad weather and everything […]

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Trim Castle

Ireland is full of ruins of ancient buildings and constructions, some of them as old as 3200 years BC. These old ruins of burial sites, abbeys, monasteries, cemeteries and castles contribute to the air of mystery, romanticism and melancholy so typical in Ireland. A feeling intensified in grey and rainy days. […]

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The Icelandic waterfalls. Part I

When you travel around Iceland you see many waterfalls… A lot!! Some of them are just trickles of water melting from glaciers in the mountains, others are huge and thunderous and majestic. All of them are beautiful. Trying to choose the most beautiful ones to write about them is very […]

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