The markets are some of my favorite places in Europe. They’re a beautiful world full of cheap street food, clothes, bags, shoes, and whatever else you could think of. One of my favorite market experiences actually took place in Morocco, where I discovered the magical world of bartering. Read More
There’s nothing quite like walking through a palace. They’re huge, ornate buildings that have this magical ability to make you feel small and unimportant, but also make you feel like a Disney Princess.
It’s amazing the things we’ll stop and take picture of in other countries. Not once have I passed a door in the United States and thought, “Wow. What a magnificent door.” But Spain knew what they were doing when they designed their doors. There are some super beautiful doors and arches in Spain, and I honestly wish I’d taken more photos of the beautiful doorways I came across in the year I spent abroad.
Keeping in trend with posting all of the random things that stood out to me in Spain, I’ve decided to share a compilation of photos of some of the most beautiful, ornate ceilings, walls, and floors I’ve ever seen.
One of my favorite things about Spain was the never-ending stream of festival, holidays, and events. I’m gonna be honest with you guys and admit that I was actually dreading Las Fallas. Little children had been setting firecrackers off in metal trash cans for two basically weeks straight, and I was over it. But Las Fallas turned out to be one of my favorite memories from Spain. Read More
I’m not gonna lie. I have no clue what they meant by “Fill the Frame”, but this first photo is my attempt at filling the frame with something.