When people ask why we’re in Spain, I often tell them that it’s for the food — so doing a Madrid Food Tour seemed only logical.
Right next to the Plaza Espana, we came across a small cafe/bar with outdoor seating, dark wooden tables, and freshly squeezed orange juice: Baco.
Blue Sea Puerto Caleta is a fair budget option if you find yourself on this part of Fuerteventura.
The Torre Tavira offers a very accessible bite of history, unsurpassed views, and a rather unique experience: seeing the city through a camera obscura. Good value at €5 per person, but probably not when visibility is poor.
It’s a cold winter night, with a strong wind that’s unusual for Jerez, when we bundle into the Meson del Asador. At least, that’s what it says on the door. Everyone we’re with knows it as the Asador de Leon: the Lion’s BBQ. The warmth from the coal BBQ – a coal grill I’d normally […]
If you’re bewildered by Spanish food, or just want a tasty day out, a Madrid Food Tour is a good option.
This place was a tourist trap of the worst sort: service was bad, even taking into account the normal Spanish approach, but the food was worse and came at a price no-one was expecting.
If you’re after a break from your busy life, Azul Fit is an excellent option.
Naviera Armas is a good choice for Canary Island ferry trips.
If you’re interested in horses in general and Andalusian horses in particular, a trip to the Yeguada de la Cartuja is a must. Just make sure you know how you’re getting there.