Oh, the tasty seafood you can sample in Malaga! If you are ever in a coastal region of Spain and you like seafood, this is a real treat! When we traveled to Malaga, we indulged in fresh clams cooked in white wine and smothered up with creamy butter, garlic and … more »
(Read Spanish road-trip part 2/4: Valencia here!) Most of the international stereotypes one comes across about Spain, have been inspired by the traditions of Andalusia (Andalucia, in Spanish): tapas, good wine, bull fighting and, particularly, the music – sevillanas and flamenco. Andalucia has indeed all of the above… but … more »
Sand castles on opposite sides of the Atlantic appear to be quite different. Here we have a Mayan beauty pitted against a Spanish castle. So which one of the two is your favorite?
If you’re doing a road trip in Spain, there’s definitely a lot of things that you can do to save a bit of money. We started our trip in Barcelona and our itinerary looked as follows: Barcelona Valencia Granada Malaga Cordova Sevilla Madrid So lets start with what we learned … more »