• Journeys

    Where I have been??

    Before posting my experience off all the cities-countries where I have been. I decided to check my passport and make a list of all those places. This post will personally allow me to have some kind of record off all those experiences, as you know passports has to be renew or worst case scenario can get lost. This post will be…

  • Smart Tips

    Pasaporte Dominicano

    Entre todas las preguntas sobre viajes que recibo, una de las más frecuentes es a cuáles países pueden viajar los Dominicanos que solo tienen pasaporte ordinario?  “coloquialmente explicándolo” no visa, vacío, nuevecito… y en ese mismo orden a cuáles países si pueden viajar cuando tienen la Visa Canadiense o la Visa Schengen? A pesar de que innumerables fuentes lo informan,…

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    One day in Naples

    Continuing with my two weeks dream trip to Italy, now lets move to Naples. If you are just reading this post I suggest you read the first part in Rome. I leave at the end of this post. From the 14 days, let’s say we already use 4; The first day you spend flying from US , and day 2…

  • Lifestyle

    Kate Spade Inspiration Desk -Wish List

    I fell In love with the Kate Spade home collection since my last trip to New York. Recently I’ve been looking for ideas to create a cute space for my desk, in my apartment. Now that Im blogging full time when I’m not at work, I want to create an inspiring area. I don’t know if you think the same…

  • F&B Access

    Lima, The gastronomical capital of the Americas.

    In Peru, the gastronomy has a lot of tradition and a great variety of products.  According to Ferrán Adriá, owner and chef of the Spanish restaurant “El Bulli” and recognized as one of the best chef in the world: “What is traditional for Peruvians may be modern for us; the combination of sweet, salty and sour tastes is also something…

  • People

    Icemil Takes Lima, Peru

    This week I want to share a destination that I’m also dying to visit because of their richness in gastronomy, culture and the impressiveness of its sites: Lima, Peru. This post is focused on Icemil’s visit to the city, Lima. Icemil is one of my best friends. She went there for 4 days while she was studying and living in…

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    Rome: So much more than pizza, pasta, wine & gelato

    Continuing with my dream trip to Italy, let’s talk about one of my favorite parts after sightseeing: Food & beverage. We all know their famous worldwide delicacies, pizza, pasta & gelato, but there is, surprisingly, so much more. After a profound research, and craving for pasta at 11pm…Here’s what you cannot miss when in Rome. Note to myself and all the…

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    Essential Gadgets

    Any blogger that is starting has to have a few essential gadgets that are must haves. I started taking photos with my phone and writing in an old laptop. First months were sort of a trial, a kind of: Let’s see how it goes, right? so, I didn’t want to spend in professional gadgets. But I did some research about what to…

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    Recipes – 10 Minutes Salads

    I think it is everyone’s resolution this year to try to eat healthy! So, today as a first post of recipes I want to share, 3 of my favorite salads. For those that can’t seem to find the time during weekday mornings or nights to prep, chop, and dice, I have good news! They are so easy to prep, and…

  • Journeys

    Destination – Rome, Italy

    Everyone has that one place in the world they would love to visit in their lifetime. As a traveler people ask me frequently about which one is my top destination. As much as I would enjoy going EVERYWHERE, the only place that really tops it for me is Italy. The list of places I want to see and experience in…