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SAN ISIDRO EN EL RETIRO

Las celebraciones de San Isidro, patrón de Madrid, son un recordatorio de que ¡ya estamos casi en la mitad del año! Y de alguna manera dan comienzo al ambiente de fiesta, caluroso y musical que caracteriza …

BURGOS, A PERFECT DAY TRIP

If you’re into Gothic architecture, typical Spanish food (morcilla, suckling lamb, red wine with “Ribera del Duero” designation of origin) and unique archeological museums, Burgos is the right place for you! . Burgos, is the historic …

MERCADO DE MOTORES

  In the lovely Museo del Ferrocarril, the second weekend of every month a nice, diverse bunch of farmers, bakers, artisans, food trucks, vintage clothes, furniture and object sellers, musicians, and cool invites, come together for …

SAIGON’S CENTRAL POST OFFICE

When I came back from Vietnam I was absolutely excited about everything I had seen and experienced, but also it was a bit overwhelming trying to deal with the material I had gathered. Too many …

From Caños de Meca, with love

– Caños de Meca is a small seaside village embedded in the Parque Natural del Acantilado on the Costa de la Luz of Spain. It is part of the province of Cádiz, definitely one of my …

FROM BENIDORM, WITH LOVE

. Yes, this week we are featuring Benidorm. I know these beaches filled with expats and retired seniors are not usually a love at first sight story, but they are so peculiar (weird peculiar) that …

FROM TARIFA, WITH LOVE

Tarifa is a small, wonderful town in Cádiz, right on the southernmost coast of mainland Spain (there’s the Islas Canarias right next to Africa). Tarifa is very famous for being a world’s popular wind surf …

THERE WILL BE AN ANSWER, LET IT BE

I don’t know why, but I felt really emotional watching James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke with Paul Mc Cartney. They did all sort of things together, touring McCartney’s childhood home, posing in the barber shop in Penny …

FROM CALP, WITH LOVE

  The Spanish Mediterranean coast can be both absolutely breathtaking and super weird in their own peculiar way. Generally all at once. Calp, in Alicante, even thought is a lot less popular than other towns around, …

MADRID’S EL CAPRICHO PARK

Is it a flower garden? Is it a Palace? Is it a bunker, a labyrinth, a dance casino, a pond, a black swan’s home, a destination for wedding photoshoots, one of the most beautiful parks …

MADRID’S PARQUE DEL OESTE

    If you’ve been to Madrid or have been investigated about this wonderful city, probably El Retiro Park is already in your bucket list, and of course you should visit that dreamy place, but …

HANOI’S HOAN KIEM LAKE

This lake is probably one of Hanoi’s most popular spots. Hoan Kiem means “Lake of the Restored Sword” and it comes from a legend that claims in the mid-15th century Heaven sent Emperor Ly Thai To a magical …

OUR LATEST OBSESSION: VIETNAM!

  Hello friends! If you are following us in Instagram you already know that we have recently travelled to Vietnam so we’re going to start sharing a bunch of things about this fascinating country. If …

ARCO 2018: A FEW ARTWORKS

  The end of February in Madrid is devoted to art. The city holds ARCO, it’s most famous contemporary art fair and city fills up with many alternative art encounters from Urvanity (this year held at the …

SEGOVIA DAY TRIP

Amazing, huh? If you’re visiting in Madrid and you want to explore beyond the limits of the city, there are plenty of cities around, lots of them old walled cities that makes you travel in time …