El Caminito del Rey – A Walk on the Spanish Wild Side

El Caminito del Rey

Hey Babe, Take a Walk on the Wild Side Itching for a walk on the wild side? Then a hike on the El Caminito del Rey (King’s little path) is one for you, especially if you like killer scenery, precarious heights, and cool history. Located in southern Spain, about an hour from Malaga, this former […]

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The Bag On The Train

Madrid - The Bag on the Train

It wasn’t until we were in the taxi heading to Atocha Station that shit got really interesting and not in a great way.

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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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Gibraltar – The Rock

The Rock of Gibraltar is a massive (426 Meter) limestone monolith. It is connected to south-western Spain by a narrow Peninsula to the north and overlooks Morocco to the south. The tiny British Overseas Territory is the only place in the world where you can view 3 countries (Spain, Gibraltar, Morocco) and two continents (Europe and […]

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Expat Mom Raising TCKs

Expat –  short for expatriate. A person residing outside their country of citizenship. Third Culture Kids (TCKs) – children raised in a culture other than their parents during their formative years. Now that we got that out-of-the-way. What does ex-pat really mean? You may have learned from my bio, I’m Canadian as is my husband. Our children […]

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