Coastal Porto vibes
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So after a while I?m back, I haven?t abandoned my blog, not at all. My life here in Copenhagen is so damn hectic. Although i have a lot of things going on iI?m trying to focus on school at the moment and it takes a lot of energy.
In the meantime I turned 24, which feels ofc a bit weird. I honestly had the most coolest birthday celebration so far, full of different activities. I visited a museum, had a chill get-together with my friends and the coolest dinner with the most close ones. Thaanks babes.
So turning 24, how does it feel? If being honest it feels the same as 23, even though the number sort of tells me ?Rauno, start taking things and life more seriously now. Like whaat?!?! No please, hahah.?
After a birthday, I had a quick getaway trip to Porto, Portugal. I was really in a need of some sun or just to get out of Copenhagen for a while, to come back even more fresh. Came back with more energy but I barely saw the sun during my trip, it was raining all the time. But Porto, famous for its and the coast of Atlantic Ocean was just what I needed. Porto is the second biggest city of Portugal and it has a very interesting history. The city center is not that big so everything is walkable and therefore it?s a perfect location for a short getaway trip. I totally recommend to visit the contemporary Art Museum, Serralves in Porto. With it?s huge park and Villa Casa de Serralves, it?s the biggest and most visited museum in Portugal. Super pretty Art Deco architecture.
Here?s some pics from the trip.