We continued our northern Spanish journey — we left Cantabria and started looking for an interesting spot to spend the next night. And we managed quite well: this time we passed through Oviedo and Gijon (which are both definitely worth visiting) and searched for a smaller and more cosy place. This is how we found


We left France and headed to the Basque Country in the north of Spain, where we began our visit from one of those places that can’t be missed — San Sebastian. Donostia – San Sebastian I should probably start my story by telling you that San Sebastian (Donostia in the Basque language) is a very


Before we move on to Spain, let’s sum up our French culinary and exploratory voyage. Below you will find a short guide to culinary delights in Normandy, Brittany and Poitou-Charentes, in other words some tips about what to eat in north France: – for all seafood fans and lovers oysters is a must– and if


We left Dinan with the intention to see a bit more of Brittany and so decided to go to the Medieval castle in tiny Josselin. We didn’t manage to visit the castle (a word of advice here — castle tours are only possible with a guide and at scheduled hours) but we did eat a delicious and

Basque country

Oysters, omlettes, and crème brûlée are all culinary synonyms of France. We should obviously add frog legs to this list, but we won’t as we haven’t managed to find them on our way in any menu… Or maybe we actually have but didn’t know what they were as we don’t speak French? 🙂 Ah yes