Author: Aleho Montoya

Amsterdam, Países Bajos

Amsterdam, the King’s birthday!

Amsterdam – Netherlands  After two of my best friends told me they were coming to Berlin in August 2017 and then going to Amsterdam, I thought it would be great to go with them to Amsterdam. At the same time, I was planning to visit a friend I have there. However, when I told my friend about my plans...

Brujas, Bélgica

Surprised by the beauty of Bruges.

Bruges, Belgium At last, I was on my way to beautiful Bruges, a fairy tale in Belgium. My visit to Amsterdam was over. Now I was on my way to quieter destinations. After about 5 hours on the bus, I arrived in Ghent. There I was picked up by my friend Tatiana whom I had met two years ago...

Roosevelt Island

Is it difficult to live abroad?

Is it difficult to live abroad?  This post can be reduced by answering the question: Is it difficult to live outside your home country? The answer immediately given by the vast majority of nomads would be: yes, it is very difficult. With that, we could end this post. However, the title of this post probes the question of how...

Copenhague - Dinamarca

Copenhagen, Denmark the start

Copenhagen My journey began in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. My journey through Northern Europe took its first steps in this city and my desire to see the Northern Lights started to become a reality. Read more about the beautiful and incredible Northern Lights here. I found Copenhagen quite interesting because of the advanced bicycle culture and other things....

Berlín

Things to do in Berlin

Things to do in Berlin Here are a couple of things to do in Berlin. The order has nothing to do with anything, they are simply places that have caught my attention and that I would recommend in this city.  Teufelsbergs  – Perfect for visiting the ruins of a cold war espionage centre. Initially it was to be a...

Lake Atitlán in San Pedro

Lake Atitlán – San Pedro Lake Atitlan was one of those destinations where you only plan to stay for a couple of days but end up staying for much longer. It is the deepest lake in Central America reaching 340 m deep and has a surface area of 130 km2. In its surrounding villages, 3 types of Mayan languages...