Setenil de las Bodegas is one of the famous Pueblos Blancos in Andalusia. This quaint little village is quite literally in the hills of Cádiz, with streets that meander back and forth up either side of the riverbed and homes built right into the rock. … More Day trip to: Setenil de las Bodegas
The sound of hooves on cobbles is common in my city. From afternoon walks to carriage tours, discover this characteristic sound of Seville. … More Hooves on cobbles: the sound of Seville
What happens when your characters take charge of a story? … More When my characters take over my writing
I stood at the traffic light on my way back from the airport waiting to cross the street and not a single car came down the main avenue. It felt like a ghost town. … More What happens to Seville in summer?
Writing from the road can be a challenge or a source of inspiration. I find it to be a bit of both. Here are a few thoughts on how travel can inspire your writing. … More Writing from the road and other cures for writer’s block
What makes storytelling so powerful? What it is about stories that we find so captivating? Which are the stories we know and love and what does it takes to tell our own? Read on to explore some of these questions. … More The power of stories
Sometimes we look forward to showing our guests around, others we groan at the thought of ‘doing the tour’ yet again. … More Playing tourist in Seville: a visit to the cathedral rooftop
You’re short on time but you want to make sure you get to see as much of Seville as possible. What do you visit first? … More Seville in a day: 5 essential places to see
I walked over 100 Km to Santiago de Compostela and I’d do it again. … More Why walking over 100km to Santiago de Compostela was worth every step
Paella. That delicious traditional Spanish rice dish, the one thing you must order when you are visiting Spain, right? Well…not really. … More Don’t order paella in Seville. Try this instead.