I’m doing a little bit of online dreaming about paddling out and one of the closest places to do that is in the Canary Islands.
Pooping in the Christmas Manger – A Catalan Tradition
The reasons for placing a man who is in the act of excreting solid waste from his posterior in a scene which is widely considered holy are…..
Vagobond Travel Museum – A European Wander
Much to my surprise, what I had thought would be a sort of never ending, round the world holiday, had suddenly become mired down in love –
Photo Essay: The Beauty of Doors
We all wonder just what is on the other side of the door and sometimes it’s even more wonderful than we imagine.
5 Quirky Boutique Hotels in Madrid
Here are five of the best upscale and boutique places to stay in the Spanish capital of Madrid
Fireworks, Bulls & Pirates – Another Explosive Event in San Sebastian
For the San Sebastian locals, Semana Grande is the highlight of their cultural calendar and seemingly every resident will don costumes and take to the streets to party on each day.
Jobs for Vagabonds – Get Paid to Travel the World
Who says freelancing isn’t for you? If you want to start looking for another way to travel and work for the man, there are options available for you. And many of them involve working for a man (or woman) that might just be very cool and good to you. With so many people out of…
Travelling in Turkey – More Greek and Roman Ruins than Italy and Greece!
Again, not a lot of time to write, but we are having a wonderful time in Turkey. From cruising the Bosporus to marveling at the Iskander Kebap in Bursa, this trip has been filed with adventures stretching across the Black Sea, the Marmara Sea, and soon the Aegean Sea, and of course a bit of…
The King of Seville and The Barber of Seville
I didn’t have high hopes for Sevilla, but arriving here, it seems pretty nice. Lots of sunbathing in the park, beautiful architecture, and even a mosque they stole from the moors and converted to the worlds 3rd largest cathedral.
Gypsies in Granada – Surreal Real Unreal
This was a post I wrote back in early 2009 – right on the cusp of my life taking a dramatically different turn. This was one of those points where life is giving you many roads you can follow – and the one you choose will determine your entire future. I considered staying in Granada….and…