Good evening everyone! We visited Seville in Spain October and had an amazing time. The architecture was beautiful and the plazas were packed full of families enjoying their time together. It made me think about the little family that Rick and I are building together.
My pregnancy has limited my food choices but I still managed to eat and enjoy Spanish tapas (even know my mouth was watering when I saw other people eating cured meat!). Continue reading “WHAT MAKES SEVILLE SUCH A POPULAR PLACE TO VISIT? [PHOTO POST]”
When I researched about Valencia, there were so many options for things to do. We only had a day in Valencia and since we are relatively seasoned travellers, we just wanted to relax and pick a few things to do:
- Drink Valencia Orange Juice
- Explore Old Town
- Visit the City of Arts and Sciences
Continue reading “What I loved about Valencia, Spain”
Let’s get serious about Spain. In every Spanish city, I have noticed a number of underlying characteristics of Spanish culture. No matter how different the cultures and traditions are across Spain, one thing rings true. There is always a sense of community, a feeling of family, friendship and pride in their history. Continue reading “What makes Alicante, Spain, so special?”
Hello everyone! It’s been awhile since I last wrote.
Don’t worry, I have not gone missing!
I have been entertaining my lovely parents who have traveled all the way from Australia to see Italy, France and England. They visited me for 3 whole weeks so I feel blessed to be able to show them my side of the world! I will tell you all about my trip, but before then, I thought that I would share a few stories about Granada, Spain. Continue reading “Top 3 things to do in Granada, Spain”
Hola Chicos y Chicas! I spent a glorious 3 days in Malaga during the August long weekend and I must say – it was so hot! The weather in Malaga ranged from 30 to 40 degrees and I was melting!
Malaga is a city in Spain that is often overlooked by tourists who want to visit the trendy parts of Spain. Malaga is not my favourite Spanish city, but it has a lot to offer in the ways of Spanish culture. Continue reading “Food and Festivities in Malaga Spain”
Imagine this. You’re in a crowded alleyway that has been gated so that you cannot escape. There are spectators chanting and cheering as they watch you in anticipation. Then, you hear the thumping of hoofs hitting the cobble stoned roads and you turn around to see a half tonne bull charging towards you. Continue reading “RUNNING OF THE BULLS FESTIVAL IN PAMPLONA: WHY YOU SHOULD GO!”
We visited the beautifully buzzing Spanish city of Barcelona a few weekends ago and we’re still recovering from the sheer energy of being in such place.
When I first asked around about Barcelona, my friends mentioned a few key words; amazing culture, delicious food and fun in the sun! Read on to discover why I think these words ring true to Barcelona. Continue reading “BUZZING BARCELONA: WHY YOU NEED TO PUT IT ON YOUR TRAVEL LIST”
When I think of Madrid, I think of food glorious food! We went there 2 weeks ago for our 1 year wedding anniversary, and ever since then, I’ve been craving tapas and all things Spanish.
During our weekend in Madrid, there was some sight-seeing to be had, but I wanted to start this post with pictures of the most amazing Spanish dishes I’ve ever eaten in my life! Continue reading “My belly rules my mind in Madrid”