First review of What’s So Special about Spain

Since the paperback version of my book came out last week I have received my first review from children's book author Darlene Foster. Here's what she had to say about it in her Amazon and Goodreads reviews. "A wonderful book describing some of the many wonders of Spain with amazing pictures and interesting details. Children … Continue reading First review of What’s So Special about Spain

What’s So Special About Spain Paperback Now Available

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BMT2PLZV/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1668937711&sr=8-1 Just in time to order for a Christmas gift for children or grandchildren, I published a travel book about the wonders of Spain. The book comes in e-book and paperback format and is available on all Amazon sites. This is a book meant for children to help them understand what makes Spain so special … Continue reading What’s So Special About Spain Paperback Now Available

What’s So Special About Spain?

I have written a e-book about the wonders of Spain. Here's its description on Amazon: This is a book meant for children to help them understand what makes Spain so special by highlighting some of its more interesting cities through words and plenty of color photos. Adults can use the book to help them plan … Continue reading What’s So Special About Spain?

Tapas Tasting in Torrevieja

Many Spanish cities and towns have this great tradition of hosting a tapas tour day or tapas tour weekend. Recently, hubby Rick and I attended one of these in the nearby city of Torrevieja, by the Mediterranean Sea. Fifteen local restaurants participated in the event, according to the International Tapas Day brochure. It's a great … Continue reading Tapas Tasting in Torrevieja

Visiting Santiago de Compostela

On Saturday, the day after we finished walking the Camino, we went to a government building in Santiago de Compostela to get our certificates acknowledging our completion of the walk. You need to have walked at least 100 kilometers on any Camino to get this certificate and we walked 143 kilometers. So we more than … Continue reading Visiting Santiago de Compostela

Day Five on the Camino

Weather was beautiful today, clear skies, moderate temperatures and no rain. Unfortunately, we have all had enough of the Camino. Santiago Ways, the company we booked our trip with, consistently underestimated the kilometers we need to walk to get from one city to another. Perhaps they are just calculating the distance from city A to … Continue reading Day Five on the Camino