Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cave houses in Setenil-de-las-Bodegas

By Noah –  There was one place mum really wanted to go to above all others and that was Setenil-de-las-Bodegas. The problem was getting there as it appeared that there was no public transport. However, we luckily managed to find … Continue reading

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A wander round Ronda

By Noah – Ronda is famous for its huge bridge that plunges deep into the Tajo Canyon. Being adventurous, we had to go down the metre-wide path that led to the base of the Peunte Neuva (the biggest bridge) Its … Continue reading

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Semana Santa

By  Noah – It’s always nice to get involved in local traditions and learn a little more about the country. My education this week has been focused on Semana Santa (or Holy Week) in Christianity. From 13-20 April the streets of … Continue reading

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101 of our best travel experiences (not in order)

snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef, cooking octopus balls in Kyoto, rock climbing in Wanaka, visiting Monterey Bay Aquarium, high-speed travel on the bullet train, cooking smores in Yosemite, hiring a campervan in Oz, using a toilet in Japan, couchsurfing with … Continue reading

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Our 100th blog is from Cordoba – write to us!

By Noah and Sam- We are jointly writing our 100th blog from Cordoba in Andalusia. Neither of us quite expected it to get this far, in both the number of blogs written and the amount of readers we have around the … Continue reading

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Hot,hot,hot in Seville

By Noah- Today has been another busy day. It started with a trip to the Seville bullring. It is the second oldest bullring in the world and can seat up to 13,000 people at once. We then had a tour of … Continue reading

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Armoury in scenic Toledo

  By Noah- Thankfully, we have managed to squeeeeze in 2 nights in the fortified town of Toledo. Many of the shops here feature hand-made swords, knives and helmets as Toledo was a major producer of armoury.  Just an hour on … Continue reading

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