Posts Tagged “Spanish Cuisine”

Tinto de Verano, Olives, Gazpacho, yes I’m in Spain!

By | July 28, 2011

Time to eat! Hora para comer!! Coming back from the beach in Tarifa, I had no idea there was an old part to the town. I thought it was just the main strip on the main road. The main street you take from entering Tarifa is not as pretty as the old town, so don’t […]

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Meeting Friends On Your Journey of Travel

By | July 21, 2011

Travelling around this year, I always meet so many wonderful people from all over the world. Each person has a story to share about their own authentic journey. Everyone thinks it’s brave and adventurous for me to travel alone, but while away I meet many people who are travelling alone as well. It’s not a […]

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The History of Spanish Tapas

By | July 21, 2011

Travelling throughout Granada in Andalusia, you will soon realize it is home of Tapas in Spain. Tapas are small bite size dishes that come with drinks that you order. It is actually an incentive to drink alcohol and receive free tapas because it can even work our cheaper than ordering food as the drinks come. […]

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More Beer, Tapas & Making No Sense in Granada

By | July 18, 2011

Charlie bumped into a couple named Francois and Laura, he met at a hostel in Cordoba. They were travelling from France throughout Spain for a few weeks. What’s the best way to chat on a beautiful summer day in Granada? Have some canas and tapas of course!! It was starting to get into evening, so […]

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You lied! I’m eating pig’s ears! Why are Spanish people so in love with pig’s? lol

By | July 11, 2011

After our yummy Tapas, Sergio and I made our way to a restaurant where we sat down. He ordered for us Spanish Ham Croquettes ( Croquetas de Jamón) and something else that he said was torro which means bull in Spanish. Interesting, so I tried being I was in Spain. Yuk! It was crispy, and […]

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