Home Sweet Home

After a hot and difficult,  but still really enjoyable time in Morocco we are back in the country I was born. Not in the same region but very close… We are in Orgiva,  a little town at the bottom of the Sierra Nevada. Orgiva We are pretty far from the beach, but… we have pool! The…

Short but sweet!

We were all very very excited for me and mum’s first time ever in Holland. BUT, travelling isn’t always easy peasy! And sometimes, the forces of nature – in this case icy winter cold nature – will go against you. And the best thing you can do is just ride that wave! So when your car…

Winter is coming!

Bonjour mes amis! What started with picnics and sundowners in beautiful fields ended with hot chocolate, almost a meter of snow and temperatures so low my mum couldn’t even handle it- even with all her Canadianness! Let’s continue where my last post ended… After a long and diffult trip, we finally arrived in Bulgaria for…

Bye Bye summer!

Long time no see! First of all, I apologize for being gone so long. As you probably guessed, it was my mum and dad’s fault, certainly not mine! But so much interesting stuff happened since my last post! Dad quit smoking, I’m back on the lead at all times (yuck!), and mum’s hair is shorter than…

How difficult is it to travel with a dog?

When my mum and dad  fell in love and decided to leave Spain together for a romantic adventure in Morocco, they weren’t exactly thinking of adopt a stray dog. Let’s be honest. Is it a good idea to start breeding like rabbits when you’ve only just started dating someone? No! Because you don’t know each other well enough…

I’m famous!

Hola Amigos, My parents also work for Anonygo, an application for your smartphone where you can post pictures anonymous. The only thing you know about the photographer is his or her location. Anyway, most pictures they take with Anonygo include my pretty face (of course). So I was literally dominating the Anonygo feed! That is…

Heaven in Turkey

İyi günler arkadaşlarım! I had to go on a scary, really fast ferry, as you could read in my previous story, but we arrived in the country that is responsible for 80% of the worlds hazelnut exports, the country where oilwrestling is the national sport, and the country where Ankara is the capital (not Istanbul!). But…

The island of roses

It was a hectic, intense, but after all, very enjoyable 10 days with my Canadian family as you can read in my previous post. Auntie Val en Grandma Didi got on the plane back to Canada and we were off to Rhodes. Rhodes is a majestic island, home to a little piece of heaven called ‘Kolympia’….

Ma famille Canadienne

  This story has a meaning. A moral. It is a striking example of how overwhelming challenges and even shattering disappointments can lead to fabulosity. But you have to read til’ the end. That’s where the candy is. At the end. I made one mistake, ONE! Grandma Didi and Auntie Val had come to visit…

Athena!

Hola amigo’s! Banana and the two pumpkins have now been in Athens for 2 weeks. And it has been one funky adventure! Within those two weeks, I have crossed 3 borders (sure I slept through most of it, but I was still proud of myself), and stayed for 6 days in a particularly small studio-apartment without wrecking…

Paparazzi!

Hola a todos! I know I haven’t been really active lately, this is because my mom and dad are really busy with their work at the moment! But… A lot of things happened, we went from Croatia to Greece in 20 hours. We crossed 3 borders, drove on Serbian highways with holes in the road,…

The reunion

As you all could read in my first story, my life in Alora was about to come to an end. The lovebirds were off to Morocco and they reserved a (temporary) spot in this lovely Animal sanctuary for me, so off we went. “Goodbye my friends!” It was the 22nd of December, I didn’t sleep at…