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Royal Endeavors – Basque Country

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Ladies and gentlemen,

Welcome to the much expected last Royal Endeavors episode, dedicated to my excellent travel experience and spiritual journey in Basque Country.

We have come a long way together to finally reach this milestone. You know how much I appreciate your patience – I am also deeply involved in the process of living consciously and mindful so please feel free to highly appreciate my time investment and persistant dedication to follow my passion against all odds – there have been quite a few. I am glad the challenges stopped. I am thankful it’s still Mercury Retrograde going on so I somehow have the proper mood to deliver what I have started a long time ago. As much as I would have prefered to split this blog post in a couple of them more, I feel I deserve some space to breathe after I deliver my adventures in wonderland therefore I will keep it cool and short.

What’s being served this time? Everything on point. Let’s dive deep into my cultural tripping around the world with (even) more cathedrals and museums. I know. Just when you though I had seen them all… Today’s menu consists of my delightful experiences in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Valladolid, Pamplona and Palencia. I will start the journey of a thousand pictures by telling you a funny story of how I got stuck between four closed doors in Catedral de Pamplona for a little while, with low phone signal and literally no one to shout to for help. Nothing to worry about. I didn’t panic much either, I thought it was kind of symbolic to whatever life situation I had put myself through and I needed to get out of. I literally can’t stop thinking about a basic coaching question whenever something out of the ordinary happens: “What is this trying to teach me?”. That’s the perfect way to cool off.

So I called our official guide for help after three failed attempts due to the low signal in the two squared meters dark chamber located in a corner of an impressive cathedral which had only a few visitors during the siesta time, but as soon as I heard it could take 10 minutes for him to reach me, the perspective of being stuck there for too long didn’t feel enlightening enough so I finally pushed an enormous door a little bit harder and got myself out. I never shouted for help but I hardly doubt anyone could have heard me. The curious thing is that the door I went through was one of no return. The other two seemed not to have been used at all so there was only one I could possibly use, which was ceiling high and faced the entrance of the cathedral. It was probably a centuries old original intricately carved massive wooden door. I was also extremely happy to have done so by myself, without panic, suffering an anxiety attack or needing extra help. I’ve noticed this aspect about myself – I have no problem to ask for help if I can’t do something on my own but I happen to do that just to know there’s a safe net in case I need it. I rarely get to use it though but the possibility gives me confidence to be in charge of the situation. That’s all I need. I guess everybody needs someone to count on, after all.

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Royal Endeavors – Bilbao and Santillana Del Mar

My darlings,

It is so good to be back on track by having the uplifted, creative mood just in time to deliver the next Royal Endeavors travel episode at a relatively fast pace, highering the standards on my blog to the now optimal frequency of posting to twice a week.

I have so many great memories in Basque Country, not to mention brilliant pics taken in the time pressuring conditions of organized tours and strict timelines, that I really take my time now in having the best mood possible in order to deliver greatness and also plenty of spare time to invest in writing and editing the material in order for my experience to be conveyed properly.

This royal episode is dedicated to the delightful Bilbao and its fabulous tourist attractions, although I will only stick with the ones I had the pleasure of visiting during those few hours we had available to enjoy ourselves in this remarkable city. Of course, depending on the duration of your stay in Bilbao, you will have many more amazing opportunities to connect to its sparkling vibe and contageous positivity or to enjoy its very tempting offerings.

We will start the marvelous journey with the Santiago Cathedral in the District of Casco Viejo, whose construction began in 1397 until the beginning of the 16th century and underwent a profound reconstruction in the 19th century. This was the first attraction that involved free time allowed by the guide to get the pulse of the surroundings, which I personally invested in visiting it, as you probably already have noticed by now how much I enjoy the solemn (neo)gothic decor, the graceful quietness and the faithful resistence of such majestic temples throughout history.

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Royal Endeavors – The Natural History Museum

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Dear ladies and gentlemen,

Welcome to my last episode dedicated to the glorious Cultural City of All Possibilities – London.
Indeed, I’ve already had the opportunity to present the highlights of my birthday trip in my previous three blog posts dedicated to House of Dimener, Victoria and Albert Museum and The British Museum, but nothing compares to the enlightening experience of visiting the Natural History Museum, an exempt charity and a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, which is home to life and earth science specimens comprising some 80 million items within five main collections: Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Paleontology and Zoology.
Moreover, I dare add, the Romanesque style of the building slightly resembles Harry Potter’s Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, which infused my spiritual journey as visitor with a great sense of mystery when approaching the depths of evolution, as exemplified by the exhibition of dinosaur skeletons, the priceless historical and scientific value of the specimens collected by Charles Darwin and the ornate architecture of the museum, which features the skeleton of a blue whale hanging from the ceiling – these being just a few, observable items which have deeply enriched my perspective.

Considering this article to be a culmination of the Spiritual Adventure sprinkled with editorial moments related to my well-deserved Birthday celebration, which both recalibrated my Energy and articulated the Power of my Intention towards Visualization and Manifestation, I would like to thank God for the inspiration He provided in carrying my footsteps towards the architectural highlights of London, my parents for the Education they continually provide which polishes my Divine State of Being into a brightly shining Diamond and enables me to seek Knowledge in order to expand my Conscience and Compassion, and myself for taking the decision to enter the cultural dimension of a fascinating metropolis, also regarded as one of the highlights of European Raving centers by the global community. This happens to be the reason I have been London first some years ago for raving reasons, therefore I am most grateful for having the chance to visit it throughly at a stage in life where my intellect is focused on improving myself, my skills and my dedication to Art and Beauty. I would also like to thank Claudiu Ciubotaru from House of Dimener for inviting me to celebrate our Twinning birthdays in London and granted my every Wish at the expense of other suggestions – in spite of his desire of investing precious time in partying and shopping, he held all doors to Perception and Possibilities opened for the Queen.

Nevertheless, on our way to the Natural History Museum, as I firmly believe in synchronicities, I was absolutely thrilled to discover The College of Psychic Studies, an educational charity offering regular classes, workshops, lectures and private consultations in the fields of personal, psychic and spiritual development and the healing arts, which caught my eye instantly, later to discover it has a College Integrated Healing Diploma Course I am most interested in attending. The instant manifestation of my thoughts while in London will never cease to surprise me, as well as the marvelous synchronicities which have contributed to glamorizing this British experience to reach the well-deserved status of being one of the most thrilling trips I have ever had.

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