Hiking the Caminito del Rey

The other day I had the honour and the pleasure of hiking the Caminito del Rey in Málaga Province. The Caminito del Rey feels like a blend between a hike and an aerial adventure. Visitors trek through beautiful scenery as well as edging along wooden walkways attached to a sheer cliff face located many hundred feet […]

A Tailormade itinerary in Seville

a tailormade itinerary that revolved around history, architecture, art (old and new), gastronomy and most importantly, getting under the skin of Andalucia and meeting some of the locals. We recently had the pleasure of sharing our home city of Seville with a delightful group from England! This tailormade itinerary was 9 months in the making. Gillie and Alison […]

Seville and the Guadalquivir River

Throughout history, the Guadalquivir River has been the reason for as well as the bane of Seville’s existence. It is the second longest river in Spain, travelling 650 kilometers across the width of Andalucia to finally arrive at the Atlantic Ocean, just above Cádiz. It brought the city water, trade, clay, protection, sustenance, access to […]