Wednesday, 29 April 2015

On Babysitting

Babysitting and daycares are a luxury that people in most parts of the world simply cannot afford.

(A woman carrying her baby while working in Malaga, Spain)

Sunday, 26 April 2015

On Cave Dwelling

There are people in many parts of the developed world who consciously choose to live in mountainous "gypsy" caves.

(The inside and out of a cave on the outskirts of Granada, Spain)

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

On Feeding Stray Cats

Some people get really upset when humanitarians try to feed stray animals, resorting (at times) to cursing, spitting, and/or other forms of violence.

(Random stray cats in central Granada, Spain)

Monday, 20 April 2015

On Free Walking Tours

The tour guides are generally more informative, passionate, and motivated when they do not charge a fixed rate per person.

(Street signs around Malaga, Sevilla, and Granada, Spain)

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

On Paella

Although it is widely known as the national dish of Spain, many Spaniards consider it to be a Valencian dish.

"[Paella] symbolizes the union and heritage of two important cultures, the Roman, which gives us the utensil and the Arab which brought us the basic food of humanity for centuries."

-Lourdes March, Food Historian

(Some delicious homemade paella in Montreal)