Tag Archives: andalusia

Monday’s Postcard: Grenada, Spain

Posted on 27. Jun, 2011 by .

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This week brings us in the beautiful Andalusia region in Southern Spain, where I have been lucky enough to visit a few times. The Alhambra is an amazing attraction, not just for its beauty itself but also because of its location and history. Built to be both a royal residence and a fortress, it is [...]

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The Worst and Best of my Backpacking Trip

The Worst and Best of my Backpacking Trip

Posted on 30. May, 2011 by .

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Today, I realized it has been two years since my backpacking trip through Europe is over - I came home on May 30th of 2009. Hard to believe it’s so far behind me! But now that I am on a new journey, I decided to celebrate this sort-of anniversary by sharing a few facts about [...]

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Spanish Roadtrip Chapter 2: Granada, Cordoba and Malaga

Spanish Roadtrip Chapter 2: Granada, Cordoba and Malaga

Posted on 17. Jun, 2010 by .

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This article is part three of a so far three part series on my 2009 Spanish roadtrip. You might want to check these out: chapter 1 and chapter 3. *** As the first day of our roadtrip was quite eventful, we decided to stay in Granada for the second day and enjoy the sights a second time [...]

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Spanish Roadtrip Chapter 1: Ronda and Gibraltar

Spanish Roadtrip Chapter 1: Ronda and Gibraltar

Posted on 16. Apr, 2010 by .

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This article is part three of a so far three part series on my 2009 Spanish roadtrip. You might want to check these out: chapter 2 and chapter 3. *** About one year ago, I officially declared that a Spanish road trip was THE perfect way to end a European one-year adventure. Take in as [...]

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Why Should You Include Gibraltar on Your Next Spanish Vacation?

Posted on 30. Jan, 2010 by .

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While you’re in Southern Spain, it might be a great time investment to spend a day in this lovely British Island. There are several things to do on the Rock, but the most popular is without a doubt visiting the Macaques on the Upper Rock. They are used to human interactions so don’t hesitate to [...]

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