In Morocco at last. Our first stop is Tetouan


Our ferry from Spain took us to Moroccan soil in Tanger Med, a Moroccan shipping port that also holds little appeal for tourists. We had arranged for a car to pick us up and take us on another semi-scenic trip to our afternoon and evening destination: the Moroccan city of Tetouan where we would stay [Read more …]

Rondo and Southern Spain’s White Towns


Our last stop in Spain was in Ronda. It is a pretty, but not necessarily the prettiest of Andalucia’s White Towns—towns in which virtually all buildings were painted white initially to reflect the heat of the sun, and now due to government mandate. But what Ronda may lack in pure beauty, it more than makes [Read more …]

Seville Spain


Seville is the heart of Andalucía. Founded by the Romans and ruled by Muslims for over 500 years, its architecture, art, food and culture is a blend of medieval, Arabic, Renaissance and modern European influences. And what a wonderful place it is…probably one of our favorites in Spain. Santa Cruz and the Traditional Center of [Read more …]