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Dubai City Guide: Things to See & Do in Dubai

This week, we have a very exciting and informative guide by Neha Singh, a full-time travel blogger by profession. Read on to learn more! Dubai is an ever-evolving city of delights, where newer attractions compete with the existing all the time. If you’ve not been to the city within the...

6 Amazing Tapas to Try in Barcelona

When you travel to a new place, you want to see as much as you can, right? It’s common to spend all day wandering the streets, snapping away with your camera, in search of Instagram-worthy views. But there’s more to a city than just its famous sights. A culture is...

Bike Tour of Barcelona with Steel Donkey

I’ve been living in Barcelona for 3 years now, and I’d like to think that I’ve done a fair amount of exploring. I’ve done various walking tours, entered in the more important architectural buildings and museums, and of course been in my share of tapas bars. However, I had never...

40+ Foods to Try in Barcelona

For me, one of the most rewarding things about traveling is trying out the local food in each place. I vigorously research before every trip I take, and a special portion of that is dedicated specifically to traditional foods in each city and at different times of the year. However,...

Travel Guide: San Sebastian, Basque Country, Spain

No time to read it now? Save pin for later: Known for its gorgeous beaches and top-notch food, San Sebastian is definitely a must-visit city in Spain! I was dying to visit Basque Country, and when a 4 day weekend came my way, I decided to take advantage of it. I...

Spanish Idioms, #3: Ponerse las botas.

I learned this lovely Spanish expression as I was preparing for a dinner I had organized in Barcelona. I was cooking up all sorts of Mexican specialties (which I have missed SO much since I arrived), including guacamole, enchiladas, etc… and in large quantities. I was speaking to some of...