Somewhere between the sweet hookah smell drifting through the market and the quaint streets, I fell in love with the magical Andalusian town of Granada. In the rain, my friend [...]
Oh, my little blog. It’s been around since before I decided to take my career break and travel. It’s been around since I one sleepless Oct ...
It was a year ago, nearly to the day, I was on #blogtripf1 in the Land of Valencia. The five-day trip was an amazing experience, allowing me to experi ...
I had the pleasure today of being interviewed by Angelia Miller on her Adrenaline Living Talk Show. It’s my first interview, and quite a change ...
Tucked into the westernmost part of Spain is the Extremadura region. A land heavy on the nature, light on the bustling city. A place where people go to get away [...]
I remember it like it was yesterday … there I sat on a bus barreling out of Madrid and toward the beautiful Extremadura region, ready to go and teach more [...]
Hi, my name is D and I am in LOVE with Madrid. Sure, there have been plenty of nay-sayers, people who warned me against visiting Madrid, people who said the [...]
There is a motto backpackers have when traveling the world: Always say yes. Always. Typically, I try to adhere to this as much as possible. Of course, the one time [...]
The women surrounding us on the beach had one thing in common: they were missing their swimmer tops. And not the least bit shy about walking, running, jumping in the [...]
I have never been a foodie. I am too picky of an eater to really go all out and sample delicacies the world over. If you asked me a year [...]
Formula One Grand Prix. If you asked me my thoughts on it before I left for Europe, I would have looked at your blankly and mumbled something about it being [...]
“OK,” I breathed. “Follow my lead. Left. Right. Left. Right. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Awww, shit.” Isabelle (one of the writers on #blogtripf1 and my new and amazing friend) [...]
Benidorm. A city with towering hotels stacked 60 floors high above the multi-colored umbrellas lining the beaches which are packed with people. If you are familiar with Benidorm at all, [...]
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