A Kiwi and a Gaucho

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A Train Trip to #Girona

On a sunny Sunday, we decided to take a break from the city and travel to a small town an hour out of Barcelona. We were going on an AVE train – though we didn’t realise that when we purchased… Continue Reading →

Sundays are for living!

As a boy walks up to order his cheese from the local market he’s offered his usual. Two pieces of fuet, a dried meat with a white fermented outside. The boy replies, “No, no, tomorrow, I’ll get that tomorrow.” The butcher… Continue Reading →

Moving to Barceloneta.

Barcelona is a new life – set to start. My first few days were filled with anxiety. Anxiety as I arrived without mentally preparing for a language I am used to, but with so many differences. A new culture. An anxiety to get started… Continue Reading →

The Dark Side of the Van Life

From state to state we search: Work: After 2 weeks in Melbourne and setting up Rocky we were ready to hit the road. After being told by a few people that there was plenty of seasonal work, and lining up… Continue Reading →

What is a ‘Gaucho’?

So What’s a ‘Gaucho’ anyway? you may be wondering… Well, I found the Wikipedia definition that is quite good, so here it is: A Gaucho was a mestizo who, in the 18th and 19th centuries, inhabited Argentina, Uruguay and Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil.Today, in Argentina… Continue Reading →

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