A Holiday Español, Part II

It has been a while since I made the trip, but I still wanted to share some of the remaining pictures me and my sister took on our short vacation to Valencia earlier this year. In the city, you could see both charming old buildings as well as fascinating modern creations, such as the constructions designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava in the City of Arts and Sciences.

On our second day, my sister and I ventured to the Plaza de la Reina to have a look at the Old City, climbed the stairs up to the top of the cathedral El Miguelete and purchased an item or two in the shops on Placa de l'Ajuntament. We also strolled through Valencia's biggest park to have a look at the Festival de las Naciones and took a closer look at some of the buildings in the City of Arts and Sciences.

Dress - H&M
Bag & Shoes - bought in Greece & Taiwan

I also wanted to use this post to tell you that from now on I will be blogging from Hong Kong! I have been here for a few weeks, settling in and getting to know the city before I started my Master program at one of the local universities.
But before I show you some of the pictures I took so far, Sophy and I still have a post or two to share with you, so there will be an update soon ;)



  1. Wow those photos are amazing!!!
    I'm following you <3
    It'll be super nice if you check out my blog too.

  2. Spain *_*
    A country that I always dreamed to visit...and your wonderful photos are just strengthened my envy ! (And your dress is awesome.)

    Ps: Sorry for my bad english, I'm french >.<

    1. Thanks, I'm glad to hear that! :)
      J'espère que tu peux aller en Espagne one day (sorry for my bad French xD).

  3. You have absolutely stunning picture here dear!


    1. Thank you! :) Some were taken by my sister, she takes great holiday shots.
      Plus it's a very photogenic city. You should definitely visit if you ever get the chance.