An Important Number During Our Honeymoon

We took a MSC cruise on the Mediterranean for our honeymoon. Ge got our own table(723)for our 10 days cruise and Luiza was our server all the time. At the end of our trip we loved Luiza and it was sad to say goodbye. We learned a little bit about her and why she was doing that job. She is a single mom and her mom take care of her daughter so she can provide for them. The way she talked about her daughter was so inspiring and full of emotions and sadness because of the distant between them.
When I reflect on things like this, I have to recognize how bless I am. Also makes me think more reasons for loving travel. When you travel you have the opportunity to meet amazing people, with different cultures but with the same needs that we all have. 
Get inspired to travel, balance your life with amazing experiences, and find a number in your travels that will inspire a whole new story. 😉
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Juanito and his number 2 shirt.
One Mosque in Morroco
Lisbon: One 25 Abril bridge.
Many people walking the street of Genoa, Italy.
Just the 2 of us! Genoa, Italy.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Numbers
Until then,
xamlinnette 🙂

Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone But Not Forgotten II


After 10 days on MSC Poesia we had to say goodbye to our honeymoon. We saw the MSC POESIA leaving from the same port that we happily got on board 10 days ago, now it will fulfill the dreams of other passengers.

Certainly gone for us, but it will never be forgotten. Every year for our anniversary we will remember this vacation that marked a moment in our lives. We will remember that on MSC POESIA we started a life committed to each other.

From the window or our hotel...
From the window or our hotel…

We got to our hotel just in time, after a whole day exploring Genoa. From our window we say goodbye and thank God for a great honeymoon. Gone…But Never Forgotten.

Until then, 🙂



Traveling Through Genoa’s Streets Video

One of the places that got me hypnotize with its charm was Genoa. I wanted to go to Portofino better that was 30 minutes away, but because of lack of time and preparation we decided to stay at Genoa by the port. For my surprise I loved it, still we didn’t have enough time to really enjoy it to the fullest.

I will be writing later on about our experience over there. In the mean time I can share with you a video that I took while riding one of this Sightseeing Buses. I love to see the people walking, the scooters, the buildings. I love to watch local people in their own business while we are in awe with the city, because everything is new to us. I love to see the movement of the city while for me everything goes a little slower because I want to absorb as much details as I can. Videos are great for capturing that moment because later on you can re-played as much as you can and know that you were there, watching with your own eyes all the action.

Do you like to record little videos of the places that you visit?

Until then,

xamlinnette 🙂