About two hours north of Barcelona, Cadaqués is a small fishing village nestled where the Mediterranean meets the Spanish Pyrenees. This isn't your typical Costa Brava resort town: Small rocky black-sand coves replace over-populated strands, cement-block hotels nowhere to be found. Instead, in the intimate winding streets you'll find French transplants who showed up to holiday and never left, restaurants serving fish the waitress caught herself, . The natural light and anything-goes vibe has drawn artists from all over the world: Picasso, Duchamp, and - most famously - Dalí, have all spent time in Cadaqués.
There’s a disease that’s rampant on mobile dating apps. You’re guessing syphilis and you’re probably right. But I’m talking Pen-Pal Syndrome. You match with a guy, he gives good text, but you never meet. You even suggest something like, “Hey want to grab a drink this week?” and you get excuses. But text-wise he stays very present, checks in and is pleasant enough to have a conversation with.
I matched with Carlos in Madrid. I’ll admit I have a weakness for Spanish men, so we were already off to a promising start. READ MORE...