Wedding rings

Are You Considering A Destination Wedding?

Written by Michelle / Photos by Basilico Studio

Planning a destination wedding may seem like your worst nightmare but I’m here to tell you that it’s not that bad. You love to travel. You have your favourite cities that you may have visited numerous times. You’re on a high because the love of your life has just proposed to you, perhaps during one of your many travel adventures (as David did while we were in Leiden, Holland). Now … Read More

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A Very Spanish Christmas

Written by Michelle / Photos by Michelle

I originally wrote this post in 2016 but forgot to publish it so please read in retrospect. Despite the late publication, David and I wish you all a year filled with many wonderful travel experiences…. When you have a partner it is always tricky trying to balance where you will celebrate Christmas each year. Since I am from Australia and we live in Germany it is a lot quicker, easier … Read More

Ceremony Table

Simple Ideas On How To Create A Beautiful Travel-Themed Wedding

Written by Michelle / Photos by Basilico Studio and David

There are so many decisions to make when you start planning a wedding and so many resources out there that actually make the decision harder rather than easier. It can feel overwhelming knowing where to start. My advice would be to start thinking about what sort of wedding you and your significant other would like. This may be determined by the season so perhaps picking a possible date or at … Read More

Pintxos in San Sebastian

The Ultimate Survival Guide to the Pintxo Bar Hopping Experience in San Sebastián

Written by David / Photos by Michelle & David

You might have already heard of San Sebastián or maybe you have heard of Donostia, as they call it in Basque. However, perhaps you were not sure where it is exactly. In this case, go grab a map of Spain, draw a line between Bilbao and Bayonne (France) along the North Atlantic coast and there it is, hanging at barely 20km from the Spanish-French border. San Sebastián is best known … Read More

Rioja

Exploring the Beauty of the Rioja Wine Region in Spain

Written by Michelle/Photos by Michelle and David

It is very noticeable as soon as you are in Rioja country. The lush, green rolling hills of the Basque Country are left behind and the land almost instantaneously becomes dry and brown, dotted with the lush green vines of grapes. Driving on the winding roads that are one lane each way with the odd one-way bridge is your entrance to this famous Spanish wine region. There is a serenity … Read More

Spanish Tapas

Do You Really Know What Spanish Tapas Are?

Written by David / Photos by Michelle & David

I think you will agree with me when I say that trying dishes of other countries is another way of exploring the world, a way of traveling and expanding your mind that you can enjoy even without leaving your own town if you wish. I’m quite a foodie myself and I love learning all sorts of stuff about the everyday life of a culture by getting a bit adventurous when … Read More

Llançà, Costa Brava, Spain – Part 2

Written by David/Photos by Michelle & David

Michelle already did a great job in her last post about her impressions as an outsider of my home town, Llançà. A great location on the Costa Brava (Spain) for culture, food, sport, history and relaxed experiences for all budgets. Now it’s my turn to add my insider tips. Ready? Steady? Go! I have to admit that traveling with Michelle back home so many times has given me the chance … Read More

Costa Brava

Seeing ones home town through two different pairs of eyes

Written by Michelle/Photos by Michelle & David

We spent last weekend with David’s family in the north of Catalunya (Spain) and realised how different our views of the area, the people, the traditions and the food are. We thought it would be a lot of fun and quite interesting to share some insider and outsider tips with you guys and impressions of the area from the point of view of David and myself. A quick bit of background … Read More