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In seven days this Southern Girl Gone Global Goes Home. After living in Morocco and The Dominican Republic for the last three years, I’m excited to return to Nashville–a city I love–where StyleBlueprint is bringing women together locally and globally. Recently I described in the article above my adventure in Gorgeous Galicia with old friends, Moni and Ale, who I met in Music City years ago. Today they teach English, host an Airbnb, and are El Camino de Santiago guides. Below are additional photos of our time together in Portugal and Spain.
If you are interested in seeing this area for yourself, meeting new people, and doing the Camino with us in 2018, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
View from our Airbnb in Portugal
My girl, Moni, beach-loving soul sister, loved showing me around Portugal and her home, Galicia.
After a hike down the beach and a long wait for lunch, it finally came.
Served on my china pattern no less…seafood worth the wait.
I so loved meeting Monica’s sweet sister, Loli, who treated us to amazing fresh seafood in La Guarda including my favourite dish, Octopus.
Parador of Baiona
Moni’s hometown, Vigo
Monument of Spanish Civil War which I taught this year in the DR as we read Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls
(Below) Not to be missed next week, St. John’s Eve–story here.
Loved meeting Moni’s friends, sisters Ana (left) and Susana
LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Camping and hiking the Cies Islands. Until next time…
Category: Portugal, Spain, Travel Tagged: Camino de Santiago, Cies Islands, feature, Galicia, Medieval, Northern Coast of Spain, Porto, Portugal, Spain, StyleBlueprint, Vigo