The most interesting part of the coast is possibly Gibraltar and La Linea. Another example of dual-economies with each distinct place living symbiotically with each other.
Tossa de Mar is a town that knows its history and can see its future. It seems to have found the elusive balance of tourism today, that point between the needs and interests of the local community and the desires and expectations of their visitors.
Bodega Sommos, an idyll of natural wine There are wineries, and there is the Bodega Sommos, located in north-central Spain, just south of the Pyrenees in rural Aragon. For those (like me) whose knowledge of Spain is limited to the most iconic locations, exploring Aragon has come as a complete and wonderful surprise. It is […]
“The Lusitania”, the overnight train from Lisbon to Madrid The Train It would help to be very small, which I most certainly am not, but I still like travelling by overnight trains. The Lusitania operates daily from Lisbon to Madrid, and although I had travelled on it before, I wanted to repeat the performance. Sleeping […]