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    VALENCIA: BOTANICAL GARDENS

    As promised, I am sharing some photos we took during our visit of botanical gardens in Valencia. As you know, we always try to visit botanical gardens when we travel (if only there is one), so of course we visited one in Valencia. It was such a lovely garden and we went there early in the morning, right after breakfast, so there weren’t many people there at the time. This post is more “photography orientated“, meaning emphasis si not on the text. First of all, I like to mix up styles of my posts, second of all I didn’t have time to write as much and belive it or not,…

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    AZORES: A PLACE WHERE I SAID “YES”

    Huh, okay here we go again. I can start this post by “it’s been a while”, like any other post I’ve written recently. I had no time to write blog posts on the top of everything else that’s been going on for the last couple of months, so that’s the main reason why there’s been a lack of posts. How original of me, I know. I’ve finally decided to write a bit about our engagement. I know some of you requested I share our story, so that’s what I’m doing. And I don’t want this post to come up as some “blogger sharing their amazing story of how they got…

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    MADEIRA: VISITING BOTANICAL GARDENS

    In my previous post I’ve promised my next one will be about our hike to the highest peak of Madeira, but it’s been a busy week so I am coming to you with a bit less time consuming post. I want to have more time for the post about the hike, I don’t want it to be rushed. To continue the “Madeira series”, one day we’ve visited botanical gardens situated in Funchal, the capital of Madeira. The weather was cloudy, which was perfect for a bit more laid back day. If you follow my blog for some time you might know, regarding to a place we are visiting, we always…

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    Amsterdam Botanical Gardens

    When travelling to a city, I always tend to visit botanical gardens. My obsession with visiting different gardens all over the World, has now become a tradition. And why am I suddenly writing in singular, not plural? Well, I have to admit something – my lovely boyfriend/travel-buddy is not too excited, when it comes to plants and trees.  And I really can’t blame him for that. Even though we’ve travelled so much together, we still have our differences – from time to time we still want to go or do different things. You find yourself in a situation when one of you has to adapt. And that’s  a key to…