09th Feb 2016

Comares top of Axarquia

Comares, this intriguing Andalusian village is a place I happily return over and over again. Sincerely, I lost count how many times I followed its ceramic footprints around the narrow...

10th Jan 2016

Caminito del Rey

Originally built in 1905 as a means for hydroelectric workers to travel between Chorro Falls and Gaitanejo Falls, "Caminito del Rey" it received its name in 1921, when Spain’s King Alfonso XIII made the walk to open the new "Conde del Guadalhorce" dam. So this is a short history of the (used to be) the "world's scariest footpath"

01st Dec 2015

Competa

Competa is a beautiful, traditional white village. We found out how lovely it is few days ago, while driving around and enjoying a warm and colorful Saturday morning. We heard...

19th May 2015

Bobbin Lace Making

Sunday, while strolling around “Fiesta de la Cachorena” in Alaurin el Grande, I discovered bobbin lace making. Never heard, never seen this technique before so I have to admit it,...