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Tag Archives: Christine Medina
Basque Country has many faces. It is at once, rolling green hills, grazing sheep...
By admin | Published: January 20, 2013
I am of the belief that Spanish children may be among some of the luckiest in the world. Why? Well, because not only do they get to celebrate...
By admin | Published: January 2, 2013
Tips from a local in Andalucia on learning Spanish...
By admin | Published: September 16, 2012
A weekend guide to seeing and shopping in Alicante, Spain!
By admin | Published: August 22, 2012
When the Andalusian sun is beating down, there are fewer things more refreshing than a bowl of chilled gazpacho.
By admin | Published: July 31, 2012
Sometimes having a place to chill without big city distractions, can be the perfect...
By admin | Published: May 29, 2012
Sometimes it is good to chill by taking a day trip to an uncomplicated city. Seville to Cádiz...
By admin | Published: May 16, 2012
Elegant Andalucian horses, music, and swirling polka dot dresses fill the dusty streets of Jerez...
By admin | Published: April 28, 2012
Marbella is controversial. Corruption and greedy developers have descimated the land and polluted the water along the Costa del Sol...
By admin | Published: April 21, 2012
Mournful, lacking joy, morose and fascinating are the processions of Semana Santa. Christine Medina, our guest writer...
By admin | Published: March 28, 2012
Did you every wonder where wine corks come from? Los Alcornocales Natural Park in southern Spain is described by Christine Medina
By admin | Published: March 19, 2012
The Scoopettes get questions about what to pack when traveling in Spain. Christine Medina, our guest writer and local expert in Southern Spain is our fashionista...
By admin | Published: March 14, 2012
A band at Carnivale. Spain loves a good party, no matter how big or small. Carnival in Cadiz is one huge, noisey party that goes on for 10 days. Our guest writer...
By admin | Published: February 13, 2012
After several times of driving past this white village, set high atop a steep hillside off of the highway between Tarifa and Cadiz, I was intrigued. I set off in the peak of Spain's boiling summer to seek shade amongst the labyrinthine walls of Vejer De La Frontera, a traditional Andalusian pueblo blanco (white village) that's been ruled by Phoenicians, Romans, Moors and Christians.
By admin | Published: January 30, 2012