Today is the Thursday before Good Friday, which for the people of Sevilla, Spain, means la Madrugá. La Madrugá is Spanish for "early morning," and on this night, pasos, processions of various Catholic churches, pass through the city center honoring Christ and the Virgin Mary. Although I am not Catholic, two years ago I had the opportunity to... Continue Reading →
When the adventure ends.
I have yet to catch up on tales of adventures of Spain, Austria, and Germany, I realize. Those stories will come. And next month I will have a Czech Republic trip to share with you as well. But today, I want to talk about what happens after the adventure. That thing that we all try... Continue Reading →