travel diary, mojácar – a market that was no market … and liquid gold ( day 4)

Monday morning … and we were up for a glorious day.  Friends to Ian and Liz, Jill and Jimmy came and picked us up 9.30 … we were on our way to olive oil tasting and for buying a birthday … Continue reading

travel diary, mojácar – after the storm (day 3)

… after our fantastic dining adventure at “GASTRO MALBAR” the evening before, we ended up in stormy weather. Ian suggested that was going to finish of the afternoon with a great cup of coffee at his “Hola Ola”, a bar … Continue reading

travel diary, mojácar – sunhine, bowls and in memory of (day 1)

What a fantastic sunrise … my first full day in Mojácar gave me. No stress in the morning, plenty time to enjoy  the stunning morning coming alive. Nothing really planed as such more than Liz was getting her nails done … … Continue reading

travel diary, mojácar – like it was yesterday (arrival)

The bus journey from Alicante airport were very comfortable and those mountains …. that was in front of me most of the journey was just breathtaking. It was my first visit to Southern Spain, the most southern I been before … Continue reading

travel diary – back in porto; an expensive start (day 1)

… so after a great dinner at “Restaurante LSD” and a really good nights sleep was it time take on Porto and I had a must do it list … a visit to the hairdresser at “ViaCatarina Shopping”, lunch at “Cafe Majestic”, both … Continue reading

travel diary; kirchbach – vienna on my own (karlskirch & schwarzenbergplatz)

After a good night sleep and a great breakfast, I was ready to take on Vienna on my own. Sunday morning, the city hadn’t woken up completely. When Dia drove me home we passed Karlskirche and Schwarzenbergplatz… I liked what … Continue reading

travel dairy; kirchbach – a day of calories with dia

So it was time to meet up with my favorite girl in Vienna, Claudia@happface313. With her working away on the bank during the week, our dates have to happen over a weekends. With Robert going into Vienna for his nephew’s … Continue reading