I visited Navarra, the region of Spain best known for the Running of the Bulls. However, there is so much more to see. Click here to read about my adventure.
Asturias, a tiny region in northwest Spain might be my favorite place in all of Spain. It’s got it all: beaches, mountains, old cities, amazing food, and wildlife. Click here to read about my tour of the region.
Due to rainy weather in Asturias, I detoured to the incredible cities of Leon and Astorga. Click here to read about these very traditional cities.
I spend two days on the stunning green coast of Galicia in northwest Spain. Click here to read about my adventures on my 29th birthday.
I took a day trip to the dramatic Coast of Death and visited the “End of the World”. Click here to read about my trip to the Costa de Muerte.
New mega-post on my journey along the Camino de Santiago- Spain’s most famous walk. I encountered beautiful scenery and a unique culture but also struggled with blisters and pain. This was by all accounts an epic journey.
I walked 5 days on the famed Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. This post covers all the logistics you need to know when planning your own Camino. Click here to read.
I visited Kangerlussuaq, an inland town of 500 people that is the home of Greenland’s largest airport. Here, I experienced the unique culture, the remoteness of Greenland, and a peek at the world’s second largest ice sheet.
My first stop in Greenland was its 3rd largest city, Ilulissat. Situation 300 km north of the Arctic Circle, I got a true taste of Inuit culture and got to see the incomparable ice fjord.
Click here to read about the logistics of my trip to Greenland.