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Hey there wanderers! After one, incredibly long flight from Florida to Kauai, I have settled down for most of the summer to write my third book, Cubicle to Cuba. In it, I share the story of my transition from the corporate world to the hybrid of travel and writing that I do know, not only in.
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Non-Clubbing Fun in Ibiza

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It’s a New Year with many adventures to be had! Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to travel more. What about spending more time in nature? Having both of those resolutions for myself, I was speaking with my fellow travel enthusiast, Nikolai, about one of my favorite destinations, Spain. Having visited the Balearic Islands.
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All-Inclusive Holidays to Canary Islands

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Who could use a break from work, school, or just the grind? How about an all-inclusvie holiday to the Canary Islands? Let’s face it. I scream, you scream, we all scream for a relaxing vacation to Spain’s gorgeous Canary Islands! Having traveled extensively throughout Spain and its islands, I have to say that Tenerife (featured.
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Touring Around Cadiz

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One shouldn’t omit Cadiz from a tour of Spain. Although on the Southern Coast and quite a ways from Madrid or Barcelona, Cadiz is a beautiful Spanish city rich in history, architecture, and of course Andalusian culture. Also, it’s a mecca for beach goers and seafood fans. So, get ready for beach-side tapas. My last.
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Granada, Alhambra, and Tapas Olé

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Although originally from Wisconsin and having lived in many places including Boston, Juneau, and now Fort Lauderdale, I have to say that my favorite place that I have lived is Spain. I had an unforgettable, life altering two years living in Madrid. While there, I certainly took advantage of traveling throughout Europe, parts of Asia,.
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Cuenca and its Hanging Houses

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One of my most vivid memories of many weekend getaways from Madrid was the splendid, walled city of Cuenca. Cuenca with its hanging houses above the Jucar River gorge is an absolute gem of a town and definitely worth a stop on any Spanish vacation. In fact, some of my most precious photo opportunities were along.
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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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