"When life gives you lemons make lemonade" or so it goes. I never really believed in that sentence, one should be so lucky that life would just hand them anything. I believe that if it wasn’t for the experiences I went through and the risks that I have taken I would not be where I am today. I hope to share with you interesting stories about the lemons I have discovered on my path and how the lemonade has tasted so far.

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The struggle of travelling in your country when you live abroad

By Dalila | Posted in Country,lisbon,portugal

August 25th, 2018

I have recently spent a couple days touristing in Lisbon with my family. I was amazed to see the amount of tourists in the city. People from all over the […] Continue reading

20 things all solo female travelers go through

By Dalila | Posted in lifestyle

November 13th, 2017

You might travel solo because you have no one to travel with and that’s fine. You will hesitate before booking a solo trip, you will probably ask several friends if […] Continue reading

5 things the experienced expat in me is guilty of

By Dalila | Posted in lifestyle

September 6th, 2017

1. Glorifying the country where I was previously living Guilty. I didn’t use to do that a lot back in Luxembourg or Maastricht (although I occasionally missed all things Portuguese) […] Continue reading

The ghosts of friendships past

By Dalila | Posted in lifestyle

August 31st, 2017

Living abroad in a place like Luxembourg or Dubai you will find a lot of lonely people amongst the fresh batches of newcomers, not because they are weird or antisocial […] Continue reading

India (part II)

By Dalila | Posted in Country,India,travel

August 7th, 2017

The road to Jaipur was much more chaotic than the one to Agra. I think we drove 45 minutes before getting in the highway. 45 very long minutes. The road […] Continue reading

India (part I)

By Dalila | Posted in India,travel

June 17th, 2017

I decided to go to India alone to celebrate my 30th birthday. I wanted to do it in an “epic” way. I was super excited about this trip and about […] Continue reading