After surviving an ambush in Seville, I had twelve hours to figure out my next destination. I mulled over the options like a shameless drunk shopper swiping through brands of paper towels. I could go to Granada. I mean, it was right there. Two and a half hours by train and I could complete my tour of
Aaaah I really savour your travel-writing Tobi! This was so light and easy, you have such a gifted voice. Loved the constant reflections on your inner world as you navigate the outer world's social, political and cultural. The piece felt so *whole*, speaking to all lenses of the journey, without being heavy or contrived, and to me your ability to do that lightheartedly feels like a REAL gift.
Really enjoyed this light-hearted piece, especially that ending!
Great account of your trip to Lisbon, let’s go for a walk next time you’re here!
This was such a fun story, Tobi. Lisbon has been my favorite city to visit and it was delightful to travel back there with you. Found ya while researching Foster.co, I'm considering taking their The Artistan’s Way course. Excited to be a new subscriber and read your stories. :)
See, you didn't even go to all those other spots and yet I still felt like I visited them. Lovely, Tobi, just lovely. Also - totally fell for the Lychee reaction at first ;) And I can't believe you got in that bananas mob TWICE.
"I knew the grocery store to avoid because the cashier scanned items too quickly and yelled at me for being too slow at packing my produce." this whole piece was so fun, but this line made me lol because it's so relatable. I get grocery store anxiety very easily.
Also for a brief moment with the lychees I was like what?? And she had an epi pen on her??