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Andalucia Walking

Exciting news! This week´s blogpost is a Giveaway. If you love walking or Andalusia, you will love this. Cicerone Press have generously offered one copy of Walking in Andalucia by Guy Hunter-Watts to my readers. This guidebook is perfect for those living

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Plaza Vazquez de Molina Ubeda Spain

Ubeda and Baeza are towns in the province of Jaen, Spain. Although they are a little way off the main tourist track they are worth visiting, particularly as both locations are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. This summer I

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Molly´s Complete Guide to Andalusia Over the few years I have been writing this blog I have visited a huge part of Andalusia. This post links up all that information into a handy clickable guide to the region. (blue text are links to

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Since I began my blog in early 2012 I have met quite a few interesting people in Spain. This post is about some of the foodie folks I have come across in Andalusia and further afield. I hope that you

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Spain currently boasts 44 different UNESCO sites dotted around the country. It made me wonder how many of these sites I had actually visited. This list is ever-increasing. Another 24 places in Spain are waiting on the tentative list. Awaiting

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Tapas in Granada Spain

Tapas vs Raciones 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)

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I have already written earlier A to Z posts on Almeria, Granada & The Costa Tropical, but this one is a general A to Z about the wonderful Andalusia. A place of so many contrasts and a difficult article to

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Having lived in Spain for many years, I´m still amazed to discover that I don´t know it all! Spain is a vast country and several languages are spoken here as well as Spanish bringing more culture to the land. Along

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Last Saturday I had a day out in the country, certainly a change from the corporate office world I´m used to. I went to pick olives in the Lecrin Valley. Now if you are Spanish or know anything about Olives

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