A Voyage to the Sierra de Huétor Natural Park – Part 2

In case you missed it, here is Part 1. Today, we take you to the small municipality of Prado Negro and the Natural Park itself. Prado NegroGranadaIznalloz Prado Negro With landscapes such as these, I would say we were off to a good start. Time to enter the village... Our visit to Prado Negro had …

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The Joys of Belgian Food

It's the Belgian National Day today! Most of the time, I don't miss Belgium... I have to admit, though, I miss my friends and it looks like it will be difficult for them to visit me here this year. And another thing I miss is certain Belgian foods. Let's have a look! Mosselen met Friet …

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A First Exploration of Iznalloz and Its Tapas

Lars and I have been living in Inalloz since the end of February. Now, you will not find our small town in any travel guide. But that doesn't mean that it has nothing to offer. But first, where exactly are we located? Iznalloz We are to the north of Granada, about 25 minutes away by …

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Fine Dining in the Albanian Sky

Olive oil. Fruits. Fish. Vegetables. And seafood. These are the main ingredients used in cooking in the south of Albania. In the summer of 2013, Lars and I found ourselves in Sarandë: Sarandë We were there for a week, soaking up a lot of sun, swimming, exploring natural and historical sights. And eating and drinking... …

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More Foodie Adventures: Tasting Wine in Serbia

Today, we take you to Sremski Karlovci in Serbia. It's located in a region called Fruška Gora, which by the way is also the name of the mountain there and the surrounding national park. Apart from its picturesque beauty, this region is also known for its vineyards. Sremski Karlovci is known for its sweet dessert …

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Foodie Adventures during a Lockdown Birthday

The Situation in Spain Monday 11 May. 51% of Spain moved on to Phase 1 of the exit of the lockdown. Of the 8 provinces of Andalusia, 2 stayed in Phase 0: Malaga (where we used to live) and Granada (where we live now). This decision was met with a lot of criticism. The province …

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An Idyllic Day in the Bay of Kotor

A new week, a new country! This time, I'll take you to Montenegro. The Bay of Kotor is located in the southwest of the country and is home to picturesque villages, magnificent sceneries, monasteries and lots of Catholic and Orthodox churches. Lars and I spent one day in the bay; it was actually our goal …

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Estonian Food Adventures

Word of warning: do not read this post on an empty stomach! Today, we take you to the north of Europe, to Estonia. Before we left Belgium, Lars and I knew little about this country, and especially about its gastronomy. Now, I am certainly not going to say that after having spent 5 days in …

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Discover Prompt, Day 5: Dish

Food, glorious food... Let me be honest, I like to shop for food, I love to cook and I certainly like to eat. If possible with a glass of wine or a nice cold beer. Like this one... Belgian beer! By the way, as I just wrote on Instagram, lockdown or not, life in Spain …

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Introduction to Portuguese Cuisine

Visiting a new country also means getting acquainted with new gastronomy. So when my travel buddy visited Portugal with me for the first time in the summer of 2018, his tastebuds worked overtime. Welcome to the country of olive oil, spices, and seafood! Grilled Swordfish I know that I have featured this picture before, but …

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