Where I live in Spain, November is a delightful and warm extension of summer. Once in a while, we spend weekends outside the city looking for new places or charming towns and villages. Cumbre del Sol is situated in the province of Alicante on the Costa Blanca and it’s one of the most picturesque residential developments […]Read more "Vista Mar – Cumbre del Sol"
This is what I feel like doing…this is spring mood aka lemur mood! Taken at Bioparc in Valencia.Read more "Lemur mood"
During summer months, in Valencia, the Police installs a control post on the beach. Besides the fact that they take random strolls on the beach itself and on the promenade ( with the car) they also charge their electric Renault, never seen it around though :).Read more "Local Police gets eco."
Last time I posted on this website was three days before the birth of my daughter, almost eight months ago. A very long time for not publishing anything but a very short time in my life, since it has gone in a blink of an eye. I cannot remember the times I thought about my […]Read more "Reviving ‘iamontherun’"
Colder by the hour, dying with every breath.Read more "Last breath of air"
Visiting Valencia!? Grab some takeaway food, foldable chairs and table and head over to the beach for dinner. You will find yourself among a community of diners that are omnipresent during the summer nights. It is such a vibrant atmosphere! Flamenco music, drinks, food, people gathering in groups, what else could you want! Part of […]Read more "Promenade dining in Valencia"
…who wouldn’t on a hot 30°C day. …a bonus song to set you in the mood.Read more "Barcelonians chilling in the parks"
A vivid reminder of the Islamic occupation, currently the Ethnological Museum and Water Museum. Once a residential home, it is a gem not to miss, located in the beautiful village Anna a short car drive from Valencia. Highly recommended!Read more "Palace of Condes de Cervellón"
Fiesta de San Juan or Noche de San Juan, originally a Christian celebration with pagan roots being associated with the birth of St. John (which is believed to have been about six months before Christmas day, close to the summer solstice) is celebrated by a few European and Latin American countries. Valencian people celebrate la […]Read more "The no-aftermath of Fiesta de San Juan"
Some of you might know already, from my previous post, that I had the opportunity to organise my second photography exhibition. I would like to introduce you now to the lovely man that was kind enough to let me expose on the walls of his playground. I met Joan by chance when my partner was […]Read more "Joan’s place in Russafa"