Timisoara, Romainia. The most liveable city in Romainia

So I spent a month around most of the biggest cities in Romania, 2 weeks in Bucharest, couple days around the Saxon triangle of Transilvania and 1 week in both Cluj Napoca and Timisoara. Definitely, this charming city also called the little Vienna deserves its title! Very nice old town, nice cafes, active Erasmus city, big modern shopping malls. Really felt comfortable in this city and if I had to choose a city to live in Romania, in would be here. It’s on my list of “must come back” cities.

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Meanwhile in the Mountains of Transilvania… Well it’s Winter again…

Made my way through the Mountains of Transilvania, after some time in Bucharest, the Capital. And while we had a nice and comfortable 30 degrees during Easter, its back to Winter over here in Brasov! about 30cm of snow, with these big wet snowflakes we usually get around Christmas in Canada. With all the nice feelings that come with it! I’m setting off to visit Sighisoara and Sibiu, which forms the Saxon Triangle around Transilvania, German decent towns which still holds impressive german architecture!

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Sierra Nevada… A Wonderful place to Spend Your Birthday!

So it happens this year that I will be in Andalusia for my birthday. It wasn’t planned or anything like this, just that I decided to start this year’s European adventures by going south, as in March the weather is still a little cool around Europe. So 2 weeks here in a nice little apartment I found straight in the middle of Granada, the ancient capital of the Arab Moors. always feels magical to be here! I got this little [eafl id=”2247″ name=”minipresso” text=”Minipresso Expresso Machine !”] for my birthday last year, and still one of my favorite digital nomad accessories!

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Las Fallas de Valencia – Valencia, Spain

Always been tempted to take part in this festival, know as one of the biggest in Spain! I had done the other big 2: La Feria de Abril de Sevilla, and the San Fermin de Pamplona. It was impressive! So much participation from Valencians, costumes, Monuments, and why not “burn them all” at the end of the festival! That’s what they love to do. My ears are still suffering through with all the firecrackers that exploded everywhere all the time!

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My new hobby: This Laser Olympic style sailboat; they are quick!

One of my passions is to sail! But haven’t had the chance to practice much, as I don’t have a boat and it’s been couple years since I took my American Sailing Association license in St-Vincent-and-the-Grenadines. This time, I booked a Laser sailing class in Fortaleza in northern Brazil as I’ll be working from here for a while! Its tough, but these little boats are quick! They flip easily but I already got the trick after a few hours, and I’m speeding in the bay of Fortaleza every day now 🙂

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