A day in Tepoztlán: A Pueblo Magico

Tepoztlán was our first encounter with a ‘Pueblo Magico’. The arrival wasn’t as whimsical as we might have imagined; we were unceremoniously dumped out of the bus on the hard shoulder of the motorway and left gobsmacked on a grass verge! Only 3 other people had got off with us; all of them had marched […]

Flamenco in Granada

I like to dance; I don’t mind being a sweaty mess or my fringe sticking to my forehead, because it means I’ve let loose. Like many other people, I dance in the night, in a club, bar, town square (picture Cuba or Brazil) or at a party. The common denominator across cultures and venues is […]