The Journey Home from Morocco

On board the Ferry to England

Well, our Moroccan adventure has come to an end. We’ve been in Morocco for the last two weeks and its been a wonderful adventure! We’ve gotten to see and do so many things on our trip, but there’s still a bit left of the story to tell: the journey home from Morocco to London. You can read about our journey there, the trip from Tanger to Marrakech, exploring Marrakech and heading to Tafraoute, and our Continue Reading →

Heading to Morocco

Waiting to board the ferry to Spain

We are heading to Morocco! Morocco has always been on our list of places to go one day and we are so excited that we are finally getting to go. We set out from London on Friday and caught a 24 hour ferry from Portsmouth to Santander, Spain After arriving in Spain, we did some grocery shopping for supplies and headed to our campsite for the night. We woke up and discovered we were right Continue Reading →

Barcelona Cooking Class

Barcelona Cooking Class

Part 7 of our Spanish Road Trip: As I mentioned last week in my Barcelona post, we took a cooking class while we were there. It was so much fun and we are so glad we did! It was probably one of our favorite things from our whole road trip. While we were planning out our trip, we found a write-up about a cooking class in Barcelona at Cook & Taste. We were really glad Continue Reading →

Barcelona & Montserrat

Barcelona and Montserrat

Part 6 of Our Spanish Road Trip: Last week, I shared our experiences in Alicante and Valencia, Spain. Now, I’ll share the story of our final stop in Spain: Barcelona. We arrived early in the morning from Alicante and after checking into our hotel, decided to do some exploring. We started off with the Rambla and just sort of wandered around. This area is one of the main tourist areas and is a sort of Continue Reading →

Alicante & Valencia

Alicante & Valencia Spain

Part 5 of Our Spanish Road Trip: Last week, I shared our experience in Malaga and Granada, Spain.  We left off in the evening after visiting the Alhambra in Granada. In the morning, we headed out early for Alicante since it was a 4 hour drive. Alicante is another beach destination and after arriving at our hotel (this time right on the beach), we promptly headed down for another day of relaxation on the beach. Continue Reading →

Malaga & Granada

Malaga and Granada Spain

Part 4 of our Spanish Road Trip: Last week, I shared Part 3 of our Spanish Road Trip: Costa de la Luz and Gibratlar and this week, I’ll share our experiences at Malaga and Granada. If you recall, we left Gibraltar after visiting the famous Rock of Gibraltar and got stuck for a bit at the border. Luckily, Malaga wasn’t that far away- just an hour and a half. The drive was pretty uneventful and Continue Reading →

Costa de la Luz and Gibraltar

Costa de la Luz & Gibraltar

Part 3 of our Spanish Road Trip Last week, I shared our visit to Seville during our Spain road trip and this week I’ll share our experience visiting a few towns in Costa de la Luz and Gibraltar. We left Seville early in the morning and planned to explore some of the coastal towns in Costa de la Luz before heading to Gibraltar. We had found an article online talking about some of the best Continue Reading →

Seville, Spain

Seville, Spain

Last week, I shared with you the first part of our vacation in Spain: Madrid. This week, I’ll share our trip to Seville. The drive from Madrid to Seville is almost 5 hours, so we got an early start in the morning so we could arrive in Seville by noon. This is going to sound a bit geeky, but we had read about a solar power plant in Spain just outside of Seville called PS20. Continue Reading →

Madrid, Spain

As I posted a little while ago, I took a two-week break from blogging to go on summer vacation. My husband and I were really torn about where to go, but our top two places were Spain and Italy. In the end, we decided to visit Spain for a couple of reasons: 1. the prices are better because of the economy and 2. my husband had a meeting in Spain we could use as a Continue Reading →