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Losing Esther: An Inadequate Tribute

This past weekend, my husband and I traveled to Lompoc, California to attend a memorial service for one of the best women I have ever known, Esther Isaacson. 981 more words

K.D. Keenan

We survived the World's Most Dangerous Hike

One evening after coming home very late from Tapas Class in March, my roommate immediately told me to look at this (see above)… it took me all of 45 seconds looking at the above headline and video for me to be all in! 754 more words

Tabs Travels

El Chorro

El Chorro is an hour or so’s drive north of Malaga, set in the hills of the Sierra de Huma and the Desfiladero de los Gitanes… 706 more words


El Chorro - cycling past the lakes

Something I have learned over the past few days is that I am still a nervous cyclist. This may seem surprising seeing as I have absolutely no problem cycling amongst the cars in central London, regularly cycle up hills I once would have walked up before even trying, and “zoom” downhill (on straight roads, with good quality surfaces) at over 50kph. 957 more words


El Chorro cycles

You wouldn’t have thought it was possible to have a loop cycle route be ALL uphill, ALL into the wind, and ALL on rubbish roads, would you? 897 more words


Where to Go This Weekend: Phoenix's Camelback Mountain

On Phoenix’s iconic peak, a spring day on the slopes means gorgeous views, classy cocktails, and roses galore. We tapped Scottsdale-based writer Nora Burba Trulsson… 636 more words


Caminito del Rey path in Málaga reopens with beauty replacing the fear factor

The pathway once known as one of the world’s scariest hikes reopens after extensive safety improvements, and while thrill-seekers may miss the element of risk, the stunning views and dizzying heights more than compensate