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Everything You Want to Know About the Pamplona Bull Run…

There’s only one requirement…

Must be slightly insane.

Every year, hundreds of people participate in the Pamplona bull run where they sprint through a maze of cobblestone streets to escape chasing bulls.

But first let’s tackle a few questions:

  • Is it dangerous?  Yes.
  • Do people get hurt? Yes.
  • Can women participate? Yes! And they have…

Fellow travel blogger – Oneika the Traveller and her three girlfriends – tested their insanity and ran with the bulls last year.

Get her insider tips and secrets on how to survive the world’s most famous bull run and how you can join too…


A Personal Pilgrimage Walking the Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago

How many steps does it take to complete a pilgrimage?

On the Camino de Santiago it takes 2,640,000 feet (500 miles) or simply put…

One step at a time.

And for Sheryl Collmer, those steps were the happiest of her life.

Sheryl shares her insider experience and personal journey walking the Camino de Santiago in this exclusive interview…


Madrid’s Best Kept Secrets Every Woman Should Know…

Madrid Skyline

My name is Brandy Bell and my city is Madrid, Spain.

I have lived in Madrid for three years, after falling in love with the city at the end of my round the world trip.

My city is best described by these five words: sleepless, artistic, (relatively) inexpensive, diverse, and socially active.

The most famous thing about my city is The Prado Museum: with over 8,000 pieces of art ranging from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. Most prominent works of art include Goya, El Greco, and Velazquez.

The best way to explore my city is on foot, strolling along the smaller streets and following the sounds of the packed sidewalk cafes you are sure to have the most fun.

When my girlfriends come for a visit, I always take them to El Tigre first, because the drinks are strong, the tapas are free and the men are gorgeous. El Tigre is a fairly well known and frequented tapas bar in the Chueca area (Metro Chueca), famous for their heaping plates and overflowing crowds, make sure to get there early if you want space.

The best place to take a guy on a date is a Real Madrid / Atletico Madrid “soccer” (we call it football!) match. The animation and excitement of the crowd can only be found in Spanish fans, and people come from all over the country to watch the world champions at play.


Epic Nightlife; Ibiza, Spain

Google “Party Capital Of The World” and Ibiza fills the screen.

Experience it for yourself and you’ll have no doubt that Ibiza is the place to go for epic nights that you will never remember.

With some of the biggest clubs rocking the world’s best DJ’s, this little Spanish island lures millions of revelers each summer looking to let it all hang out.

“Gomorrah of the Med”

Ibiza has celebratory roots. More than 2,500 years ago the Phoenicians called this island Ibossim, which is a dedication to Bes, the god of music and dance.

While the island has a rich historical past with ancient ruins to prove it, today it has become the most visited island in the Balearics, owing to its unrivaled nightlife.


How Spain Can Make You A Better Flamenco Dancer

Flamenco Dancers

It’s captivating.

The guitar strumming, singing and hand clapping form a hypnotic trio, creating an urge to move the body in a seductive trance.

And that’s not all…

Each year, thousands travel to Seville, Spain to witness the beauty and learn from the world’s best flamenco dancers.