Posts Tagged ‘spain’
What could be more fun that a tomato war? My friend Tanvi could list 100 things she would find more fun than getting pelted by exploding over-ripe tomatoes … but for me the opportunity to participate in “the worlds largest food fight” filled me with delight! I had already planned to be in Spain during […]
La Sagrada Família The Basilica has been under construction since 1882 and is projected to be complete in the year 2028. Antonia Gaudi dedicated 43 years of his life to La Sagrada Família, his last and best work of art. He died at the age of 74 after being run over by a train. “The amount […]
Catalonia is an autonomous community in Spain, proud of its own identity having its own flag, language and distinct culture. Comprising of four provinces located in the northeast corner of the country, Catalonia is one of Spain’s richest regions. Many Catalans think of themselves as a separate nation from the rest of Spain and desire […]
Endless golden sands, couscous, medinas, cobras, kitesurfing, clunkers, off roading adventures … The Dakhla Challenge is a 5000 km off-road rally of clunkers starting in Plymouth England, traversing Morocco to the finish line in the windy city of Dakhla in Western Sahara … with the goal to use as little tarmac as possible, the more […]
This route map will be updated automatically in route as I have linked my SPOT GPS locator to this blog. CLICK HERE to read all posts related to the Dakhla Challenge offroad desert adventure!