A very quick guide and a few facts about the British Territory on the Southern coast of Spain! (All photos taken on an iPhone 5s in 2015.) Gibraltar, of course, is characterized by it’s giant rock, where many of its citizens actually reside on. (Pictured above.) With its population of about 30,000 people, it has … Continue reading Gibraltar.UK/ES


One of my personal favorites in Spain, Cádiz is the oldest city in Western Europe, rich with history, culture, and breathtaking sites. Here are a few pictures I took in 2015 from one of my many trips to this beautiful city. If you travel around this city and it seems familiar, it might be because … Continue reading Cádiz.ES

Occoquan, VA

Occoquan – a quaint (but picturesque) town of about 1000 people in Virginia’s Prince William County. It’s cute, it’s breathtaking, historic, and adventurous all at the same time. Here’s why: According to its official historic website, “”, the “Occoquan valley was settled by the Dogue Indians” who gave the area its name, meaning “at the … Continue reading Occoquan, VA

Alexandria, VA

My first travel blog (I think that’s what this is called) is about the first place that I visited when I moved back to the U.S. before starting college. Alexandria is a short 20-30 minutes from where I live, so it’s clear to say that I’ve already been there more than a couple of times, … Continue reading Alexandria, VA