So many books, so little time… (part 12)

I love old travel books, especially old travel books about Spain. So I was thrilled when I stumbled upon a copy of Spanish Journey or Springtime in Spain by W. T. Blake at a thrift store. Published in 1957, it's a black hardcover that contains a handful of interesting photos of Spain and a cool … Continue reading So many books, so little time… (part 12)


Four Days in Lisbon: Photo Essay

I recently spent a few days wandering around Lisbon. I've been to the city a handful of times over the past 15 years, but I still had a few things I wanted to see: the National Tile Museum, the Feira da Ladra, the Carmo Ruins and Archaeological Museum, and the LxFactory. Here are some bad … Continue reading Four Days in Lisbon: Photo Essay

Boca do Inferno

Boca do Inferno  is Portuguese for “Hell’s Mouth”. The seaside caves are located on the outskirts of the city of Cascais, 30 km west of Lisbon. The spot is popular with photographers, especially during stormy weather, due to the waves crashing spectacularly into the network of caverns. When we were visiting Cascais I knew “Hell’s … Continue reading Boca do Inferno