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I am Anna. A travel lover. A food lover. A dreamer. This blog has been created to inspire to follow the dreams and turn them into plans. My dream is to travel. What is yours?

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Madrid is a beautiful city and very high on my list of the favourite cities in Europe. Well, nothing will ever (probably) beat Edinburgh, but I enjoy Madrid enormously every time I visit it. I have probably been there around 20 times and it is my part-time home when I...
I love castles. It’s not a secret. Whenever I can I plan on visiting a castle and learn its story and the european ones are incredibly charming. With the help of the lovely readers and fellow travelers I have prepared for you a little list of some castle you might...
This post is the 4th part in the series Arizona day trips written by Mitch Stevens from Southwest Discoveries. It’s a well-known fact that Arizona is beautiful, often breathtakingly so. From the fascinating Sonoran Desert in the south to the red rock country near Sedona and the Grand Canyon, the state...
  • Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires
Every time I visit Argentina I enjoy it rather greatly. It is not a secret and if you read my blog from time to time you probably have noticed my fondness for this country. Buenos Aires is undoubtedly a beautiful city that will never make you bored. From beautiful neighbourhoods through...
  • Rio de Janeiro
We all like from time to time a little praise or award for our work, don’t we? Sure we do! I am therefore more than happy to announce that Postcard from the World received the infamous Liebster Award and welcomed us (the blog, me and my lovely readers) to the...
  Continuing in our series of 5 awesome Arizona Day trips you can take in the Southwest, today’s article focuses on a backcountry swimmer’s dream and a true example of Paradise Found: Wet Beaver Creek. Located on the western escarpment of the Mogollon Rim, the perennially flowing Wet Beaver Creek...
    Today’s post shines a spotlight on some incredible hiking near tucson: Redfield Canyon. Hiking Near Tucson – Redfield Canyon Imagine a secret place, a narrow red-walled chasm featuring tall cliffs pocked with eroded caves and strewn with boulders. A place where deep within its heart exists a stone...
  • Colonia, Uruguay
  Colonia de Sacramento, an old colonial town in Uruguay, is usually visited by tourists coming from Buenos Aires. This UNESCO World Heritage Site founded by Portuguese in the 17th century takes you back straight to portuguese little towns. You may even forget for a moment that you are in...
Atacama is the driest desert on Earth with only 1 to 3 mm os rain per year (although it rained twice last year and flooded many towns, but let’s follow the statistics). In the middle of this land…well, actually in the middle of nowhere, there is a little village of...
  • Pan de Azucar, Chile
Pan de Azúcar- Sugar Loaf In the north of Chile, around 30 km from a little town Chañaral and 100 km north of Caldera, there is a National Park Pan de Azúcar. Although it is famous for its lovely beaches, unusual rock formations, rich flora and fauna and pingüinos de...
Hi guys, I have a little treat (well, especially for those of you who are the outdoor lovers) for you prepared by Mitch from Southwest Discoveries. Starting from today, I will be publishing a series of 5 articles featuring 1-day trips in Arizona. I hope you like it. It’s a...
  Today’s post has been written especially for you, lovely readers of Posctards from the World and other fellow lovers of outdoors, by Corey. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway to escape the craziness of Las Vegas, you should check out Red Rock Canyon. It is located approximately...
The first flight I ever took was a bit stressful, a bit uncomfortable…but not scary. I took hundreds of flights up to this day and I must admit that I have had a few horrific flights. After the first of those extremely stressful flights when the turbulences were so strong...
Hiking to Sturtevant Falls Who the heck knew Southern California had so much green in it?! This past Sunday, I took a trip to hike Santa Anita Canyon in Arcadia, California with four good friends to find Sturtevant Falls. After getting a later start to the day and pre-gaming the...
Corey and the partner are big fans of Las Vegas and wanted to share with me and you, lovely readers, a photo from their last trip. Here it’s what they said about the postcard sent to us: It was a beautiful spring day at Red Rock Canyon with temperatures barely...
  • Prague
“If European cities were a necklace, Prague would be a diamond among the pearls.” Anynymous I have been living nearly 20 years of my life just on the other side of the border near Prague. As it happens if life often, we go far away in search of adventure and...
  • Rio de Janeiro
Maybe you can name a few cities more exciting than Río de Janeiro is something else. I have been dreaming of living the hot samba till the first hours of the morning for a long time. I had 9 days in Río and barely moved away from this city. I...
  • Punta del Este, Uruguay
Punta del Este and its secrets Version in Spanish below After more than one year traveling around South America, I have no doubt that Punta del Este is the perfect spot to relax, a place blessed by nature. I will share with you its 5 secrets!!!! 5.  Easygoing I arrived...
  • Uyuni, Bolivia
Are you planning a trip to South America and are not sure what places should be included in your travel plans to get the most wonderful experience ever? I hope that with this little guide your decision making and brainstorming will go smoothly. South America is really big. The list...
  • Valparaiso, Chile
So through me, freedom and the sea will make their answer to the shuttered heart. “Poet’s Obligation” Houses of Pablo Neruda are anything but boring. They are full of history and unusual items from all over the world. The unique personality of Pablo Neruda can bee seen throughout every house...
WIN 2 TICKETS To a TV and movie tour in the NYC Are you planning a trip to the USA this year? Are you a movie lover? Maybe you have you dreamed of dining like Sopranos? Or you’d like to see where Ross and the Naked Guy used to live?...