2013 is now behind us and what an interesting year it was!
I’m very grateful for the numerous opportunities and all the unexpected blessings received but most importantly for YOU who’s reading these lines. None of this would be possible if wasn’t for your encouragement, loyalty and for being my motivation 😉
As I look in retrospect at the past 12 months, I realize that some posts stood out among the others and decided to review them with you once again!
Some are quite pleasant surprises and others are some posts I am really proud of! It means that I am on the right path and will continue improving with time.
Without further ado, let’s go through the Top 5 posts of 2013.
1- Waterfront dining options in Charlotte Harbor, Florida
Charlotte Harbor is a beautiful area in Southwest Florida which faces the Gulf of Mexico. Besides its spectacular location, tropical weather, food and drink options abound.
From the catch of the day to fresh seafood to local specialties, you will find it all at some of the most famous locations liked by visitors and locals 😉
2- Petite France, South Korea
Who would have thought that a small and charming French village was hidden in the middle of the mountains of Gyeonggi-do province in South Korea?
Welcome to Petite France! If you are a fan of The Little Prince then you will sure love this!
3- What’s on my Travel Bucket List?
A Bucket list is, as the name states, a list of the places you want to visit and you want to complete before you kick the bucket (leave this earth).
It’s a fun way to keep track and stay motivated. Have you thought about all that you wish to see and do? Have written your dreams down?
4- The ruins of Tazumal: A visit to the Mayan world
The Mayan world was and still is simply fascinating. How can such an advanced civilization prosper and rule in Central america to then suddenly disappear?
The only remnants or proof of their existence are ruins and many artifacts that have stood the test of time.
Ruinas de Tazumal is a mysterious yet incredible archaeological complex well worth visiting.
5- My top 3 travel regrets
We all have regrets don’t we? Sometimes we stop and look back at see what some decisions we should have taken but it’s part of the learning process.
Not only it shapes us, it allows us to be wiser and make some good ones in the future!
2013 will be remembered as being a fun, surprising and active year. I would like to thank YOU once again for all your support and hope you enjoy reading the blog!
Now it’s your turn,
What were your best moments last year?
Share it with me, I’d love to read them 🙂