• Busan

    Top Five Experiences You Can Have in Busan, South Korea, for Free

    Are you in quarantine right now? Still crying over the emails of a canceled flight? Are you grieving a vacation trip you couldn’t make? Well, you are not alone. Due to the emergency provoked by the coronavirus, I had to cancel three upcoming journeys, one of them to Peru. On the other hand, I’ve had more than enough time to reflect and remembrance the last trips I’ve done. A few months ago, I traveled to South Korea. Here you can see what I wrote about my experiences in Seoul. However, while I was in the country, I was able to visit Busan too. Although it is a modern and well-develop…

  • nature

    The Pine Trees Forest: A Majestic Experience

    Puerto Rico is a 100×35 square miles island in the middle of the Caribbean. Currently, it is a territory that belongs to the United States, but it’s not a state. Complicated, I know. However, leaving politics aside, Puerto Rico is a wonderful paradise. The island has to offer multiple activities for different tastes. Last week, I had the opportunity to visit one of those non-touristic places that deserve a place on your must-go list. From great landscapes to awesome exercising, here is my experience in the Pines Trees Forest in Cayey, Puerto Rico. Prepare yourself First, come prepared.   There aren’t any stores or stops where you can buy anything on…

  • Ihwa Village, Seoul

    My Top Five Experiences in Seoul

    In October from 2019, I traveled to the country of my dreams: South Korea. Last year, unexpectedly, I was able to scratch that name from my bucket list. Why unexpectedly?  It was sudden. It was only a month since I had returned from Costa Rica.  Getting to South Korea took me around two days with four layovers on the way. The flight from Los Angeles to China lasted around thirteen hours. Yet, from my first day in the country, I knew my journey was worth it. Here are my top five experiences in Seoul. 1. Dancing in the Gyeongbokgung Palace I went to visit Gyeongbokgung Palace during my first week…

  • traveling

    Four Tips to Follow when you are new to Traveling

    It wasn’t any special day nor did I had a revelation about traveling. I was tired, though. But that was common after my shifts. I was scrolling through my social media and I came upon one post from Mochileando. Since I live on an island, tickets for going anywhere are rather expensive. However, this time the post announced the tickets to Italy at a special price. I read the post twice, I looked at my mother and I said to her “Let’s go to Italy”. She laughed. In fact, anyone would have laughed. For many people in my country, traveling without a guide and without a lot of money in…