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 :). AdvertisementsRead more "Local Police gets eco."
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"
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"
If you genuinely enjoy food, you must have heard about Thai food and the extraordinary street food culture of this fantastic country. I must admit, one of the reasons Thailand was top of the list among countries to visit in Southeast Asia was its culinary reputation. Thailand is a country where you can eat fresh and […]Read more "Thailand’s treasure: street food"
Winter never quite comes around the southern coast of Spain.Read more "Not quite winter"
Food giving patternsRead more "Patterns by the sea"
Some places I see or stop by when going out for a stroll in the neighbourhood.Read more "In the neighbourhood or nearby"