I don’t go backpacking, couch surfing or camping. I don’t do incredibly daring things like feeding tigers or swimming with sharks. I just follow my husband and try to make the most of the places we visit. I lead an ordinary life, I think, except I do it in different cities (often in the same week!)
I provide travel tips and advice based on my own experience.
About me: My name is Ana and I am originally from Argentina. I lived in Buenos Aires until I married a wonderful Welshman called Sean, who whisked me away to Dallas, TX. That was the first of many culture shocks I experienced. Because of his job, we’ve lived in Jersey (UK) and Toronto (Canada). I can say I am a trailing spouse thing.
In search of Bonnie Parker in Dallas Dallas Dallas is best known for the Cowboys, JR Ewing and as the place where JFK was assassinated but very few people know it?s also the last resting place of […]... Wed, 11 Dec 2013 22:02:55
Icemaggedon cometh to Dallas This week was interesting for me weather wise here in Dallas. We returned from Buenos Aires on Tuesday, where it was warm and sunny (it’s the beginning of summer.) It […]... Sat, 07 Dec 2013 21:13:33
Certaldo, hometown of Boccaccio in the Tuscan hills On the drive back from San Gimignano to Montespertoli, where we were staying, we spotted a medieval fortified town (borgo medioevale in Italian) on top of a distant hill. We […]... Tue, 05 Nov 2013 20:56:43
A German village in the Argentinean hills The road winds uphill among lush green spruce and pine. At the end is Villa General Belgrano, a German village smack in the middle of the sierras cordobesas (the hills […]... Sun, 29 Sep 2013 20:37:04