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The night sky alight over Tangier, Morocco, as seen from the beach at Tarifa, Spain.
Groves on rolling hills in Andalusia, Spain. Andalusia is a breathtakingly beautiful area of Spain. The mountains, the clouds, the fields and rolling hills, all full of colors and textures highlighted by the ever-changing light. This image seems to capture … Continue reading
An illuminated ship on the Strait of Gibraltar as it cruises off the coast of Morocco. The boat trip between Tarifa, Spain, and Tangier, Morocco, is only supposed to take 35 minutes, but for some reason our passage took closer … Continue reading
View of Granada from the Alhambra’s Generalife Gardens, Spain. The Alhambra Palace and its Generalife Gardens is one of my favorite places on earth. Ever since I visited the Alhambra Palace over twenty years ago, I have wanted to return. … Continue reading
Tanger-Med Port, Morocco, viewed from Bolonia Beach, Spain. I took this photo of a wind-swept sea while standing on Bolonia Beach in Spain, looking at Tanger-Med Port, Morocco. So…this photo is a view of Morocco in Africa from Spain in … Continue reading
Bolonia Beach, Spain. Greetings from Southern Spain!
Plaça Constitució, Sóller’s Main Square (Feb. 2012). Much still remained on our to-do list, but it was already our last day in Sóller. Because of our late arrival on Day 1 and our all-day hiking excursion on Day 2, we still … Continue reading
Man crossing Avinguda de Jaume III in Palma, Mallorca (Feb. 2012). I love this picture. We were returning to our hotel after exploring Palma. Being on holiday, the world looked different compared to the day-to-day life of home. I was relaxed … Continue reading
Would we make it to our destination, Port de Sóller, by sunset? We hadn’t even reached the top of the mountain yet. When last I left you, my husband and I had taken a long walk from Sóller to Biniaraix to … Continue reading
As suggested by the owner of the B&B where we were staying in Sóller, we’d walked to Biniaraix, then continued on towards Fornalutx (sounds similar to “fornalooch”). Never having been to Fornalutx before, when we looked up the hillside and … Continue reading