Posts Tagged ‘Spain’

As many people have reviewed 2016, I will do the same but a bit differently. I will review it through the restaurants around the world that have been awarded Michelin stars and have been ranked on the San Pellegrino& Acqua Panna list of world’s best restaurants. This statement sounds quite pretentious and I’m not an expert by any means…


I’m going to compare Western and Eastern Mediterranean because quite often I get involved into these discussions of whether Spain as a summer destination is better than Greece, and vice versa.


Long time ago, I promised to myself that by the age of 30, I will visit Ibiza. I was 4 months late with fulfilling my promise, but at least I’ve done it now! After prolonged convincing, my friends finally budged in and said “yes” to it as well. The White Isle, as it is often […]


As much as Madrid has stayed conservative over the years, that much Barcelona has been progressive, and the evident changes could be seen in the city. The new extensions of La Sagrada Familia have been constructed, some metro stations have been renovated, and the waterfront has received a complete make-over. Since we were staying in an apartment for over a week, by the […]


“You look happy”, said the librarian to me as I was returning back a borrowed travel book. “Yes, I am… very”, was my loud and clear response with a huge grin on the face. I was glowing with excitement because in several hours I would be on the way to one of my favourite destinations […]


700 million people watched it, 46 million countrymen cheered for them, and after a patient yet nerve-wrecking, memorable game, my favourite football team won the FIFA World Cup showing the world that Spain is the best in Europe and in the world. This is the reason why this blog entry could have be done without any words […]


Grand Tour I

28Aug05

Originally written on August 28, 2005 Hola todos!!! Two years ago while I was in the BeNeLux and Germany, the emails were titled “beer drinking Smurf” for the obvious reasons. Last year, my sister and I were rushing through the airports and train stations of England and Spain, so the letters were named “the amazing […]