Frida Kahlo's Blue House, Mexico City

Frida Kahlo & Her Blue House. I honestly don’t even know where to start in talking about her and this experience for me. I could go on and on telling you facts about her and her life but that is something anyone can google and find online or in a book. This experience was so much deeper for me.

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Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico has a rough reputation especially if you have been in the States for a while. I am here to say that it is allllll rubbish. Mexico City also referred to as CDMX (Ciudad de México) is one of the largest cities in the world and has a population of almost 9 million people! This city is huge and so it was fitting to spend almost 2 weeks just in this city alone and I still didn’t even see everything.

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Pena Palace, Sintra, Portugal

Pena Palace looks like it came straight out of a fairy-tale. Some locals recommend going later in the day as there would be a clearer view of everything surrounding the Palace however I personally felt like the foggy views made the place more magical and mysterious.

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Coimbra, Portugal

Coimbra, Portugal is great University town south of Porto, Portugal. It is an easy day trip, that you can get to by train, with plenty to see and do around the city center just be sure to bring your walking shoes because this place has some steep hills & steps that will increase your heart rate!

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Agueda, Portugal

Agueda, Portugal has embraced color, fun, and street art in a fantastic and growingly popular way! Umbrellas, balloons and much more line the main streets of this little town south of Porto, Portugal.

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Aveiro & Costa Nova, Portugal

Aveiro, Portugal is sometimes called little Venice & Costa Nova is famous for its striped houses and buildings!

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Essaouira, Morocco Pt 1

Essaouira, Morocco has a long history of changing hands between countries. This little beach town is is stunning in color, culture, food and surf. Many travelers come through Essaouira and never leave.

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Sahara Desert - Taroudannt

Traveling to & from the desert is quite a trip and can take several hours. It is bumpy & rough and can be a bit difficult if you get car-sick. However despite all this, it is manageable especially if you get to stop in the middle of the desert and cuddle some baby goats and rock them to sleep. 

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