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We, “Magellan” and “Spice,” are jubilados (Spanish for retirees) with no day jobs or corporate pensions.

We’re not making any money (not yet, maybe in the future? maybe never?) from this site or the products we endorse in our ongoing journal of travel stories. The restaurants, hotels, attractions and products we write about appear on our Visa bills. If that changes, we’ve found a cool way to let you know.

The travel information we provide is free, personal and opinionated—and hopefully, whether it brings a grin to your face or a tear to your eye, elicits your desire to travel more, even if it is it vicariously.

We’re doing this because it shares our passion for independent travel, fits our skill set as a couple, prolongs the afterglow of our journeys and helps to ward off Alzheimer’s, ennui and tour-bus holidays for a few more years.