Category Archives: travel

THE SHELLFISH OF BOUZIGUES

Perched on the terrace above an oyster farmer’s workshop, I was appreciating the view over the Etang de Thau…

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THE SHELLFISH OF BOUZIGUES

Perched on the terrace above an oyster farmer’s workshop, I was appreciating the view over the Etang de Thau…

MAS BELLES EAUX

I live in the wild west of wine.

MAS BELLES EAUX

I live in the wild west of wine.

INLAND TO COAST & JAMON IBERICO DE BELLOTA

One morning, we strolled through the coastal city of Vigo, on the western coast of Spain.

INLAND TO COAST & JAMON IBERICO DE BELLOTA

One morning, we strolled through the coastal city of Vigo, on the western coast of Spain.

EL PULPO GALLEGA & THE CHANTADA WINE FESTIVAL

Wine is first and foremost about people, places, and experiences.

EL PULPO GALLEGA & THE CHANTADA WINE FESTIVAL

Wine is first and foremost about people, places, and experiences.

MIRADORS, MONKFISH, & BBQ CHULETAS, OR MORE WANDERING & EATING IN GALICIA

The Ribeira Sacra’s specific landscape is perfect for spectacular lookout points, or miradors, and many are signaled from the road.

MIRADORS, MONKFISH, & BBQ CHULETAS, OR MORE WANDERING & EATING IN GALICIA

The Ribeira Sacra’s specific landscape is perfect for spectacular lookout points, or miradors, and many are signaled from the road.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PULPO, CALAMAR, & CHIPIRONES, PLUS CHORIZO ON FIRE

The left wall was lined with booths, the right wall was paralleled by the bar and two steampunk copper beer casks.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PULPO, CALAMAR, & CHIPIRONES, PLUS CHORIZO ON FIRE

The left wall was lined with booths, the right wall was paralleled by the bar and two steampunk copper beer casks.

TAKE A STROLL ON THE RIO SIL

The calm northwest corner of Spain, Galicia, is known for its Celtic tradition, wines, and hearty cuisine, not to mention the sacred town that ends the ever popular pilgrimage of Santiago de Compostela.

TAKE A STROLL ON THE RIO SIL

The calm northwest corner of Spain, Galicia, is known for its Celtic tradition, wines, and hearty cuisine, not to mention the sacred town that ends the ever popular pilgrimage of Santiago de Compostela.