When the gift giving season is upon us, sometimes it can be a challenge to find that perfect gift for your special someone who already has everything. This is when you really need to dig deep and try to figure out what type of give will be meaningful and not just something to clutter their home. That’s when you remember, they are travel lovers and are especially a fan of Spain! Let’s give them gifts of Spain.
It’s another lovely tasting for us, this time French wines. This is not a typical large-scale winery, but a tiny new winery. It’s at Domaine des Amiel, and it is literally outside our front door and under our apartment. So Heidi and are ready to start enjoying Montblanc wine!
Okay maybe Rioja wine isn’t your thing, but we absolutely love it and were very excited to be staying near Logroño Spain for the week. This was now the start of week 5 of our epic 8 week road trip around Spain & France. Okay for all of you in the USA, this is like staying in Napa Valley California or Champagne France! It’s wine country, and we had no trouble finding opportunities to drink wine.
We at Wagoners Abroad see our fair share of tourist things, but what we really enjoy is finding those gems that show the interesting cultural items of a city or country. This includes not only seeing, but experiencing how the locals do things. Spending a few hours in their shoes is a fantastic way to better understand people. With the help of Paula at Devour Madrid Food Tour, she was able to show us a few of the gems in her neighborhood of Huertas.
Hey Gang! I still find it amusing that I’m the one doing a lot of the family Food posts, but it really gives me insight into some amazing cuisine. Case in point, our Paella Class in Valencia. Long story short: This was a really fun experience for all of us, and I highly recommend it. Plus we will share the paella recipe with you!
Recently I was able to enjoy a girls day out, with Linda my mother in-law (Suegra), as well as my friends Maria & Cheryl (mis amigas). The four of us ventured from Almuñécar along the coast to enjoy a food tour in Málaga. I will just tell you now, it was way more than a food tour. What fun to have a day out with the girls and enjoy using all of our 5 Senses to absolutely Devour Málaga!
Well it seems that many of you are interested in our meals. To conclude our Restaurant Review Week, here is a summary. It include all of those featured in our review as well as a few more, so it covers all of the Thai Gulf Islands we visited. Just so you know, some of these places have hosted us and shown us a really good time. We only want to share our favorites with you, as there isn’t enough time in the day to write about every meal. That said, we also provide many reviews on Trip Advisor, so you can check that out too.
This is a very small but popular restaurant. Located right off the main beach road in Chaweng Beach. The food was absolutely delicious and probably the freshest we’ve had on the island. Alan wasn’t able to make it out to dinner with us, as he wasn’t feeling well, but the kids and I enjoyed our evening out together.
When visiting Koh Samui, a friend recommended something for us to check out. It was called The Thai Experience and it had just opened about 2 months prior. It was a big hit in Argentina and The Experience made its way to Thailand. Of course we wanted to see what it was all about. We reached out to them for availability during our time on Koh Samui, and the next thing you know we are scheduled for our very own Thai Experience.