What happened to my Sangria?

What happened to my Sangria?

Yes, Spain has great food and drink, but you probably have some misconceptions and myths. Let’s look at the famous trinity of Sangria, Paella and Churros. Everyone knows all about those, right. Wrong. Time to bust some food myths. Sangria Spaniards drink sangria...

India Gate

Delhi figured large in our travel plans, to see friends, and to reconnect with North India. North India was where I spent most of my childhood, and in our frequent postings from place to place, Delhi was usually a stop where we changed trains, transferred to planes or...
Should you? Could you? Walk the Camino in 2020

Should you? Could you? Walk the Camino in 2020

This picture is from a happier time that seems ages past, but it was barely a year ago that I walked the Camino Ingles again, because the route had changed, and I needed to see it for myself. I had planned to walk the Norte this year, but well, you know what happened,...
5 Ways how the Camino has changed in 2020

5 Ways how the Camino has changed in 2020

The Camino opens with new rules and a new reality. It has survived the Moors, the black plague and Henry the VIIIth. It’s staying around, with all its ebbs and flows. Something’s we may mourn, and some we may welcome. For example, with less crowded...
What is “La Nueva Normalidad”?

What is “La Nueva Normalidad”?

“La Nueva Normalidad” is the “new normal” in Spain, in the aftermath of the tragic toll of the COVID pandemic, the Government of Spain has cautiously reopened Spain in stages, from complete lockdown, to free movement of people within Spain,...

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