Monthly Archives: June 2016

Spelunking With Liberals

I am waiting for a tour of the Pileta Cave in Andalucia when I begin speaking to Two Of Them. They are a couple from California by way of France (her), and Wales, (him), and I am asking them if … Continue reading

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Seville, City of Life

Seville is timeless. It lives in the long shadows of old empires, yet keeps its traditions intact even as modernity seeks to extinguish them forever. And I think Seville will continue its proud culture. It is, after all, built on … Continue reading

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God, Gaudi, and the Sagrada Familia

I am standing inside the nave of the Sagrada Famila, and I am in awe. This is the most beautiful building I have ever seen…the most heavenly of all of man’s creations. Yet, my camera cannot adequately capture the sheer size … Continue reading

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