For those of you who follow my ON BOARD STORIES blog (and hopefully the ones who will at some point 🙂 ), as a part time job, I do plan sailtrips for sea lovers, adventure seekers and those who might like to taste a little bit what “being at sea” is all about. And I’m not talking about crossing oceans, or exploring the artic on an iceberg proof vessel (at least, not yet). What I am referring to is being part of a happy and young crew ready for the adventure!! Continue reading “The Caribbean Sea – Windward Islands”→
Green landscapes, great beaches, amazing food, pure air, lovely mountains…and many many more. That’s my point of view from this part of Spain. And this is what I am about to show you on the following pics.
North Spain is not only the Vasque Country (since is the most visited part of this spanish geographical part) but also, attached to the ocean, Cantabria, Asturias, Galicia. We should also talk, of course, about La Rioja (the wine zone in Spain) and Castilla León.
You don’t even need to step on the ground to realize how good for sailing this country is. While landing on the plane (in Split), you are already surrounded by amazing islands “floating” on deep blue water. Getting excited exponentially.