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This is the story of a group of Chinese tourists who came to visit the incredibly beautiful country called Spain. A story like many others unfortunately, and certainly one in which we don’t wish to find ourselves on our own travels. Our group took advantage of the chance to be in Barcelona during springtime and … More A Series of Unfortunate Events: Hanami in Spain Turned Timewaste
Brave in a New World Each new, beautiful and coveted place I visit , I find myself increasingly more annoyed by the new millennia selfie taking species. And it’s impossible to not feel some level of dissapointment and annoyance, as you try to duck the pictures of people whose seemingly sole reason for being in … More Visiting Palacio de Pena, or How to Duck Selfies
At the outskirts of Catalunya, just before you set foot in the Aragon province, a true natural fiesta awaits to tickle your senses, come spring . I head out to Aitona, the small village a stone’s throw away from Lleida. … More Visit Spain’s Pink Hanami that Eclipses Japan: Aitona
A Winter Wonderland in Alsace This year, we’ve decided to celebrate the New Year at home. Gasp! Considering that home is Barcelona, and you can go pop a bottle on the beach at midnight, that’s not too shabby. But it did make me remember last year’s wintertime adventure, and how we came to it.. A … More Why Go to Alsace in Winter: Straight out of Fairytales
Parrisal de Beceite: The Spanish Mini-Plitvice Set at the border between Catalunya and Aragon, on a winding route lined by olive trees and towering cliffs, this Spanish Hidden Gem was stuck on my retina for almost one month, while I’ve struggled to find time to write about it. So on the day of Merce, while … More Spain Microadventures: Hiking in Parrisal de Beceite
We’re all guilty of dreaming, aren’t we? When I’m not traveling or planning the next getaway, I often take great pleasure in daydreaming, looking back on my travels and drooling all over those mental Kodak moments. So while I’m plotting the best itinerary for a Hong Kong Microadventure, (stick around) and dreaming of the white … More My Best Room With a View Moments Around the World
1. May Be Older than Rome Well.. the maybe is important. One legend says that the city was founded by Hercules, centuries before Rome was founded. The second legend attributes the foundation of the city directly to general Hamilcar Barca, Hannibal’s father. The more official, streamlined version, though, is that the Romans themselves founded the city as … More Secret Barcelona: 12 Things You Didn’t Know
Tenerife Whale Cruise I knew Tenerife was great for spotting whales and dolphins, so because we did not manage to see any whales neither in Iceland nor in South Africa, I thought: third time’s a charm. And it was. But I would much rather talk about how to plan your cruise, and what to avoid, … More How to Choose your Tenerife Whale Cruise
A Spanish Summer The air was full of promises and sun and the smell of lavender was sticking to your skin and hair like an expensive perfume. The road to the middle of nowhere in Brihuega had been crowded; it seemed that all city folks had found out about the secret at the same time, … More The Secret Lavender Fields of Spain