After spending three days exploring the city of Athens, I took the chance to travel northward, to the ancient site of Delphi and to the high stone temples and monasteries of Meteora. Since I wasn’t very familiar with the Greek public transportation system, I chose to book a private tour on viator.com. I first heard … More GREECE: Visiting the Sanctuary of Delphi, the omphalos (navel of the world)
Woot! Maerose here. 😉 This post is long overdue. I just can’t help but share the wonderful trip I had with my sisters and some relatives to the smallest country in the world by both area and population — The Vatican! As a raised Roman Catholic, it was one of my dreams to actually set … More The Vatican on Pope Francis’ birthday: A dream come true
Okay, so, today, I cut my hair by myself again. Saves me a lot of money, considering the amount I have to pay for a simple haircut here in Denmark. I just cut it in layers, and thanks to its natural curls, I don’t really need to worry whether I did it perfectly or not. … More The oldest and largest Chinatown in the world!
Bataan Province is a peninsula enclosing the Manila Bay to the east. It has played a major part in Philippine history as the location of the Battle of Bataan and the starting point of the Bataan Death March during WWII. It is where the Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valour) Memorial Cross is located. The … More Visita Iglesia in Bataan