Tag Archives: spain

If you are well-seasoned traveler, I’m sure you feel about the same in regards to distance and your perception of what is truly far. There is no doubt that traveling has affected my perception of far very much like the common expression of across the pond. Although the Atlantic Ocean is certainly not a short.
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My secret receta (recipe or prescription in Spanish) for understanding a culture is mainly by the way it cooks, eats, and celebrates with food. That is why, nearly fifteen years ago, I quickly accepted an invitation from my roommate, Juana Mari, to visit her home and cook with her abuela (grandmother). Little did I know.
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Although nearly 15 years since, I called Madrid home. There is a piece of my heart that still resides in Madrid in its culture, music, food, and its “la forma de ser” (way of being / way of life). With that said, I wanted to share the post below written by Destinia.co.uk who provides a gamut.
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Knowing my love of good food, good company, and anything Spanish, I was invited to attend the Olé Traditional Spanish Cooking Class earlier this month. Housed in a tucked away mall just outside of Fort Lauderdale, I was pleasantly surprised at the beautifully equipped kitchen and dining area that sets the stage for Chef Jorge’s culinary.
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With only days remaining of 2009, if you are like most around the world, you are awaiting celebrating the New Year. Perhaps this year you will celebrate in Times Square in NYC, Trafalgar Square or Picadilly Circus in London, wearing white on the beach of Copacabana in Rio, eating twelve grapes in the Puerta del.
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How fitting that I introduce my Ms Traveling Pants blog and myself as I sit on my way to London with laptop on the tray table with hopes of a bearable in-flight movie on yet another journey in my adventures of both near and far. So that you have further insight into who I am.
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