SEVILLA! Back in Spain, and happy to be here. From the moment I stepped off the bus, well, even before then- from the moment I spotted the Bolte Bridge look alike, I was falling in love with Sevilla! I don't know where this vibe came from, but I'm so happy to have felt it. We … Continue reading Sevilla. I think I’ve found my place.
The second night in Morocco, we were treated to a "cultural dinner" which was essentially 'Morocco's Got Talent'. Absolutely no offence, and I understand the complexity of performing cultural traditions for tourists becoming very cliche and somewhat erroneous, but you do have to take these tourist activities with a grain of salt. I was intrigued … Continue reading More from the African Continent
I hear a lot more than drums echoing in the night in Africa. Well, to be specific, MOROCCO. It's a lively, buzzing country full of people, traffic, and sites to see! I have officially hit another continent! Whoop, only have Antarctica to hit to get the full set. But. Morocco is another world. We drove … Continue reading I bless the rains down in Africa
GRANADA. The city of free tapas with every drink ordered and the Alhambra! I have been looking forward to the Alhambra since I booked the trip. I had been informed by my Spanish friends that the Alhambra is absolutely a MUST see. At first glance, you can see the difference between Granada and other Spanish … Continue reading Granada ooh la lah
After a lazy morning in Barcelona, followed by of course another coffee stop at the delicious Dalston. We were en route to Valencia, when we stopped at the Freixenet winery for a taste of Cava and a tour of the facilities. For those unaware, Cava is a type of Sparkling wine grown in a particular region … Continue reading Cava Caves and Valencia