Spain

I realised that there are many places that I have visited and need to return to. The four Balearic Islands gives a perfect example. This post is about some of those locations I didn´t visit ´properly´ and need to return

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Human Towers or Castellers are a deep-rooted Catalan tradition. You can see them in festivals and celebrations throughout Catalonia. I recently saw the Marrecs de Salt perform 3 different tower formations in Girona. It brought back memories of all the previous times

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Following on from the post about UNESCO sites in Spain that I have visited..(8 and a half so far). Out of curiosity I took a look at the full list to see if I had seen any other sites while on

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Before I start, let me explain what TBEX is. It stands for Travel Bloggers Exchange. This is a meet up of Travel bloggers from all different countries to share experiences, network and learn. Previous editions have been on the other side of the pond,

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I love a challenge! So when they asked me at TBEX Girona how well you can do a blog post in 5 minutes I happily accepted the challenge. Speed blogger that sounds cool! Thanks to you all for your support! I came

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I´m sure that when you think about Andalusia or conjure up images of Spain you imagine long summer days, busy beaches and  jugs of ice-cold sangria. Would it surprise you if I tell you that the city where I live, Granada, you can ski

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I have noticed some people refer to most kinds of Spanish food as Tapas. Not all Spanish food is tapas. They way food is served and the kind of dish determines it´s name. Whether it be Plato (dish) Racion (portion) Tapa (snack) Pintxo (food on a stick) or Montadito (food

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If you have been learning Spanish and have a grasp on the language it still doesn´t necessarily mean that the locals are going to understand you. Local culture and manners aren´t taught in the Language school or on podcasts!  I´m fluent in

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Often I am asked why I moved to Spain. That isn´t the correct question to ask. The key is why I stayed here rather than what initially brought me here. There are quite a few reasons why I decided to stay in

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Earlier this Summer I was handed a wine glass with a refreshing spritzer style drink. Like a fruit punch with apple in it. I thought it was a lovely drink for summer but didn´t think to ask anything more about

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