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Friday Feature Photo: The Extraterrestrial Landscape of Portugal

Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: July 21, 2015 Location: Pico do Arieiro, Portugal About: There’s a reason why people fawn over Pico do Arieiro, Portugal’s third highest mountain…it’s absolutely breathtaking. Your mind wonders to alien planets where laws of gravity don’t seem to apply. It’s just you, the red rocky terrain and […]

12 Top Tips to Visiting Madeira

You know that ever-so-frequent moment when your mind starts drifts to a tropical island filled with swaying palm trees, soaring cliffs and vine covered mountains? That place where you conjure up an afternoon of gratuitous lounging, filled with copious amounts of wine and food while listening to soft island tunes in the background? […]

Friday Feature Photo: Breathtaking Views from Cabo Girao, Madeira

Photographer: Florette Hill Capture Date: February 27, 2011 Location: Cabo Girao, Madeira, Portugal About: Florette took this photo during a stopover in Funchal (Madeira) while cruising on the Costa Concordia – the very same Costa Concordia that sank off the coast of Italy in 2012. Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago located in the north […]

Friday Feature Photo: Strawberry Tree of Malaga, Spain

Photographer: Svein Erik Larsen Capture Date: December 2011 Location: Zagaleta, Benahavis, Malaga About: The Arbutus unedo (Strawberry Tree) is ubiquitous in Spain and functions as a bee plant for honey production, and dessert for birds who feast upon its fleshy red fruit. The strawberries are also used to make jellies, jams, cold beverages and liqueurs (such […]

Part II: Mallorca – Diversity at the Table

Approaching the traditional Spanish culinary table conjures images of manchego cheese, gazpacho, calamares fritos (fried calamari), jamón iberico, gambas ajillo (shrimp with garlic), and tortilla española. Taking a seat at the traditional Mallorcan table, rarely does one find any of these. The sordid and universal history of Mallorca has served […]