“Learning Spanish will change your life.”
These are the words a friend of mine once told me while we were going on a walk through the historic La Candelaria district in Bogota, Colombia.
His argument was that speaking Spanish would truly change my life.
That knowing Spanish will change where I want to vacation, where I want to live, and with whom I want to have relations.Read More »
Here is a cost of LIVING Seville, Spain; not just surviving. The prices are indicative of my time here, which has been from October 2013 to December 2013. As a note, all of the prices are in Euros, which at the current exchange are worth 1.35USD. Here’s the main things you’ll be spending your money on . . .Read More »
I was invited by Brice to visit Andalucia and Madrid in November.
I left the planning and itinerary up to Brice. The flight to Madrid was the most reasonable so Brice met me there.
The first day we took a free walking tour through the city.
The Alhambra in Granada is a Spanish national jewel.
I was fortunate enough to visit it on my 32nd birthday after our final day of cycling in Spain (as a group at least.)
Cycling Andalucia was an incredible experience.
From all of the previous posts you may have seen about this trip through southern Spain, you may not have been able to tell that we were actually on our bikes for two to six hours a day.
There is a tradition of pottery in Andalucia which is centuries old.
Pottery has a centuries old tradition in this part of Spain, and we had the chance to meet an award winning artisan pottery maker.Read More »
Staying in a castle is pretty cool.
That may sound obvious, but to be honest, I never thought I’d have the opportunity to stay in a castle.Read More »
Andalucia is the number one region for olive oil production in the world.
The majority of our cycling in Andalucia has been through endless olive groves.
The Mosque Cathedral of Cordoba is the only building of its kind in the world.
When Spain was under the control of the Moors, Cordoba was the most important city in the Moorish empire.