But check out the map for September too because the travels continue. This time my adventures are confined to Europe.
This is like the sequel to our Sicilian trip. We’re both working remotely. We just happen to do be doing it from a beautiful old town with amazing cuisine.
We’re in a nice apartment that — crucially — has good WiFi. It’s right on the main square, but it’s remarkably quiet.
There’s a time difference of one hour with Brighton. Fortunately everything in Spain happens at least an hour later than it does at home. Waking up. Lunch. Dinner. Everything is time-shifted so that I’m on the same schedule as my colleagues.
I swear I’m more productive working this way. Maybe it’s the knowledge that tapas of Iberican ham await me after work, but I’m getting a lot done this week.
And when the working week is done, the fun begins. Cáceres is hosting its annual Irish fleadh this weekend.
I’ve always wanted to go to it, but it’s quite a hassle to get here just for a weekend. Combining it with a week of remote work makes it more doable.
I’m already having a really nice time here and the tunes haven’t even started yet.