I wrote a travel guide to my home of two years: Barcelona.
I spent a half day in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Avila, best known for its medieval city walls. Click here to learn about my trip to this famous Spanish tourist city.
I visited one of Spain´s top tourist cities with a Roman Aqueduct, real-life Disney castle and top gastronomy. Click here to read about my day in Segovia.
My grand return to Spain was at a wedding just outside of Madrid in the town of El Escorial. The town has two of Spain´s most magnificent monuments: the 16th century Monastery of El Escorial and the modern Valle de los Caidos which honors fallen soldiers from the Spanish Civil War. Click here to read about it.
Guadeloupe´s most stunning destination is Basse Terre, an island with thick jungles, perfect beaches, an active volcano and real culture. Click here to read about the Caribbean’s best secret.
My first stop in the French Caribbean territory of Guadeloupe is the island of Grand Terre, where I visited a slavery museum, experienced the local culture and went for a beautiful hike to a blowhole. Click here to read about it.
I spent a day and a half in Spain´s oldest city and drank delicious sherry. Click here to read about my time in the Havana of Europe.
I took a day trip to the tiny UK territory of Gibraltar located at the southern end of Spain. Despite its small size, this place has so much to offer: military history, monkeys and British culture. To read about this bizarre place, click here.
I ventured by ferry for a day in one of Spain´s exclave cities in North Africa. This was also my final region of Spain. Click here to read about the most unusual territory of Ceuta.
I visited two very different cities. Inland Ronda with its striking gorge and coastal Marbella with its flashy scene. Click here to read about these two town.