Hello from Cadaques, Spain!

March 12, 2013

Blog, Spain

Hey travel loves! I’m here in beautiful Cadaques, Spain in an amazingl villa courtesy of Charming Villas Catalonia. The weather is a bit rainy and windy, but it’s definitely not stopping us from having loads of fun. Everyone made it in safely yesterday and we kicked off the night with a delicious dinner prepared by Chef Lee Pennington (www.leepennington.com). Our meal featured amazing appetizers of anchovies, orange stuffed olives, sun dried tomato spread, tapenade, bread and more. I devoured our entree of beef and potatoes and literally inhaled dessert, a slice of Basque apple pie.

Cadaques Spain

Despite the rain and clouds this morning, we were able to make it out sailing for four hours with Charter Saint Isidro.  It didn’t look likely at first, but the rain seemed to stop and clouds part just as we arrived to board. It was a fun day at sea and now we’re off to dinner at MOS.

Sailing in cadaques spain

 Aren’t you ready to start planning your next holiday to Cadaques? For more of our fun filled adventures in Costa Brava follow along on Facebook and on Twitter with the hashtags #inCostaBrave, #VisitCatalonia and #Cadaques!

And Don’t forget!!

On March 26th I’ll be FINALLY releasing the e-book How to Travel the World WITHOUT Quitting Your Job detailing exactly how I do what I do and how you can take similar steps to do it too!

And because I love you guys so much, each week I’ll be doing a drawing for one lucky winner to win a free copy of the e-book and other cool prizes to be announced soon!

Congrats to last’s week’s winner: Brandy A.

To win this week all you have to do is…

  1. Be on the mailing list. (I promise no spam) Not already on it? Click here and enter your name and email address.
  2. Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite place in Spain OR an area in Spain you want to visit!
In addition to a copy of my free Ebook, 1 lucky winner will win a prize from my trip to Spain! :-)

In the mean time, feel free to check out my FREE download, 5 Steps to Making Your Travel Dreams a Reality by signing up hereIt’s a quick read and great primer to the upcoming e-book!

Happy travels!!

About April D. Thompson

April D. Thompson is a published travel writer, freelance marketing consultant and global citizen. For more travel adventures, tips and advice, like the Absolute Travel Addict on Facebook, follow on Twitter, connect on Google+ and subscribe for free updates via e-mail. Happy travels!

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16 Responses to “Hello from Cadaques, Spain!”

  1. sheela Says:

    Bunol in Spain for the la tomatina festival :)

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  2. Sarah Says:

    I LOVE Spain. I studied in 4 months at Murcia (near Alicante) and have been dying to return ever since. Like you, I love travelling and am ‘addicted’. Look forward to reading your site more :)

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  3. Yvie Hourihane Says:

    We ‘discovered’ Cadaques while travelling in Catalonia 3 years ago and have hungered to go back since – it is sooooo beautiful and inspiring – despite booking flights to return we never made it but feel it will be possible as it has stayed in our hearts and minds – thanks for sharing as it has evoked so many fab memories x

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  4. Lynette Says:

    I’ve ALWAYS wanted to visit Spain…like, always! Toledo and Madrid are high up on my list of places to go. I can just taste the food now :)

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  5. Sharee Washington Says:

    I would love to visit Madrid, Spain.

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  7. Ornella Says:

    I would love to visit Madrid,Spain! Oh the Spanish summers, the Spanish summers I yearn for time with you!

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  8. MDK Says:

    Barcelona is one place I want to visit. I’m looking forward to reading more about your adventures in Spain. Any flamenco dancing planned? It seems like it would be so much fun to try it.

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  9. Dawn Says:

    I would love to visit Ibiza.

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  10. Eric Koch Says:

    Nice, looks like a lot of fun. Will share – enjoy Spain!

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  11. Kellyn Says:

    I spent Christmas in Spain a few years ago and visited Zaragoza, Madrid, and Barcelona. My absolute favorite place was La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The building is amazing, the length of time it has been under construction is awe-some. And I wonder when/if Guadi’s vision will come to fruition.

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