Tips for Hosting a Kick Ass Ladies Lunch

Hosting a kick-ass ladies lunch

Serve bubbles because well why wouldn’t you? Plus nothing sets the mood like a bit of bubbly. When in Spain – serve Cava, of course. I love the Conde de Haro, from Muga. Put a strawberry in the glass to spritz it up!

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Sensational Sancerre

Small to big - Sancerre

The wine lovers of our group took a road trip to Sancerre. It was a bit of a mission as the town of Sancerre sits on the very eastern edge (left bank) of the Loire Valley and was 200 km away from our château based in Langeais. But if you love wine, and you’re into Sancerre (me!) then it’s well worth the pilgrimage.

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The Loire Valley & Paris

Girls trip France 2018, Loire Valley

What’s better than a girl’s trip? As a woman, NOTHING, and I mean absolutely f’cking nothing! Time away with your female tribe is immensely special and absolutely mandatory. Every couple of years, I take a trip with my female tribe.  This year (September), my eclectic and crazy femmes went to The Loire Valley, France and […]

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My Big Fat 5 days in Athens

Due to some random holidays in Spain (Constitution Day and Immaculate Conception Day) – we get a mini break in early December. Not complaining! This year we went to Athens. A first for me and an overall very cool way to spend a couple of days. The historical capital of Europe is an interesting dichotomy […]

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5 days of Spanish Wine – 5 Dias de Vino Español.

El Cielo

Spanish Wine Tour Last week we took an impromptu trip through Spanish Wine Country. Not only did we escape the kids for a few days, but we were also joined by our fave Canadian/Bahamian duo, Tim and Rebecca Tibbitts (T & B). Aside from being some of the best humans I know. This pair happens […]

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Paella – The Most Bastardized Dish in Spain

This will be an ongoing article as I continue to scour Spain for the best paella. Let me tell you…”it ain’t easy.” These dishes are not created equally and a good one is tough to find. Paella Considered by foreigners to be the “dish” of Spain, Paella actually originated in Valencia. Most Spaniards will attest […]

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