Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sweet San Sebastian Spain

Temperatures reaching nearly 102 and the “Grand Dames” play musical chairs. Constantly leaning one way then another, changing seats, moving left or right, they seek slivers of shade at the Concha Café. Situated at the top of cement stairs that … Continue reading

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Spectacular Spain

A lifetime of good fortune in travel customarily tempers my temptation to excessive accolades for any one travel destination. However, I must admit I fell hard for Spain the first time we met. As a young boy I spent a … Continue reading

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Is Life Fully Lived Without Travel?

How does one get the most, make the most of traveling? I’ve had this question on my mind for quite sometime. For me it is all about getting into the flow in distant places and returning home changed in some … Continue reading

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The Beat Goes On, Romance in Rio!

                       Feijoada, a dish made with black beans, pork, rice, collard greens, cassava flour and orange is excellent. While in Rio you must save your budget and appetite. Enjoy sublime food most everywhere. Fast food never was so fast, nor tasted … Continue reading

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