203 - easy peasy.

Hi there! These snapshots clearly represent what I have been doing lately. Visiting some nice markets, eating foreign food (mexican and japanese) and messing around with bikes. I also included a picture of the last concert I attended to which was The vaccines' one (that btw, was pretty fun!). It has all been a mix between my professional life and my social life. Next week, I will allow myself to visit a new little coastal village. But more about that later.

credits: pictures taken and edited by me.

202 - in the mean time.

I can't say this is not being an interesting year. So far, so good.

Scottish visits, snow, europe and quiet time at my village. And I still got loads planned. I'll do another little trip up north in less than a month. However, I want to confess that I've decided to start taking things easy as plans were beginning to overwhelm me.

Despite of applying for a couple of internships abroad, that didn't go as planned. Therefore, I think I might stay in Spain for the time being. It may be the time for a big change soon, but I'm still trying to make my mind about some future decisions. Sometimes I feel that if I stay still, I just go completely nuts.

Have you noticed how fast time goes by when you get older? I have ; ) So I will try to take my time to enjoy little pleasures while nothing truly remarkable happens.

credits: picture by sarah bahbah.

201 - amsterdam & brussels, go pro video.

Bittersweet memories : )  

Was a little bit crazier than the video shows, 
but you know what they say, what happens in Vegas...

credits: video shot and edited by me.

200 - amsterdam and brussels, snapshots.

 Some snapshots taken with either the phone or the go pro. Enjoy !

credits: pictures taken and edited by me.

199 - brussels, pt 2.

These are the last proper photos I have from my easter trip. Maybe some more snapshots and, of course, the go pro video. Hope you all have a sunny weekend : )

credits: pictures taken and edited by me.

198 - brussels, pt 1.

After spending a couple of days in Amsterdam we headed on to Brussels to enjoy the city for an afternoon. Our plan for the next day was to visit Bruges, but due to the explosions we were forced to cancel our day trip and stay in the hotel. Luckily for us, we manage to flight back to Spain, so I guess I would have to visit Bruges any other time in the future. Regarding Brussels... although it was nice to spend some hours messing around the centre, there was not much to see there. I wouldn't stay in the city for more than half day. The Grote Markt is one of the most remarkable places I have visited, worth eating a Belgian chocolate waffle while looking to the old buildings and their golden details.

credits: pictures taken and edited by me.

197 - amsterdam, pt 2.

Last from Amsterdam! Brussels next ; )

credits: pictures taken and edited by me.

196 - tulips and flower markets.

Hi ya!

Now that I've started sharing, there is no one stopping me, hehe.

One of the most famous attractions in Amsterdam is, without doubt, the flower market. Not as beautiful as I thought it would be (maybe just because the tulips had not bloomed yet), but it was a nice place to take photos and be curious. 

It was still freezing cold up there, spring hadn't sprung in Amsterdam while I was visiting. Aaaand, It also rained (actually poured) most of the time. Felt like being back in the UK again. 

Hope you all like the pictures and enjoy the beginning of the week. 


credits: pictures taken and edited by me.

195 - amsterdam, pt 1.

Finally here!

This is the first chance I get to edit and upload the pictures I took in Amsterdam. Despite the weather was completely horrible I quite enjoy the final result and the colours of the photos (I did add lots of filters, as you will notice).

We spend our first afternoon in Amsterdam visiting the city centre and enjoying the cafes (and coffees) around, trying a little bit of this and a little bit of that...

The day was pretty gloomy and we couldn't see the sunshine at all, but I guess that's how Amsterdam is supposed to be, so hey ho.

I was a little bit disappointed to see how they have transformed the city in order to please tourists. I disguise the idea of cities loosing their initial identity (and in my sincere opinion that's what has happened to Amsterdam).

We also had the opportunity to visit a couple of street markets, but they weren't what I was expecting. Nice to walk around and see everyone riding bikes to move from one place to another though.

Got some more to show you, so stay tunned : )

credits: pictures taken and edited by me.