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Archive for October, 2010
Authentic tapas and wine tasting in la bodega – museo de vino – while exploring Mijas, Spain.
Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean lies Mijas, Spain. We decided to take a taxi to Mijas, which brought us to the highway along the coast. The trip sort of reminded me of our drive between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara during our first vacation together. When we left […]
The Boston metro-area faced a massive crisis back in May. A rupture in a critical water main that supplies water to millions of residents broke. We had no clean water. The break affected service to 700,000 households and 64 million gallons were lost before the problem was fixed. For four or five days we couldn’t drink […]
When Mike and I arrived in Spain we were so exhausted from the wedding, our crazy flights and exploring Tunisia, that even I was yearning to just nestle my feet into some sand, sip on a cocktail and stare at the Mediterranean. I found myself telling Mike words he thought he’d never hear, like – […]
The city of Carthage is just a short train ride north of Tunis. It’s also the first place you’ll see tourists, though chances are they won’t be from the U.S. The first thing that we did when we got off the train was take a stroll down to the ocean. For the first time, just […]