From Gaudi’s City to Granada’s Red Palace

Someday Travels, Book 2

EJ BAUER

Undeterred by a serious health scare, the incorrigible Elizabeth, her sister and a close friend have already ventured to Europe. When their trip ended in Barcelona, the sisters vowed to return and resume their adventures, inviting a mutual friend to complete the trio.

Now their travel wish-list includes some of Spain’s major cities and a little slice of Portugal.

Once again you are invited to join them on their journey and raise a glass or two as they sample the tastes, sights and sounds that the Iberian Peninsula offers.

Book Themes

Travel, Spain, Europe, Portugal

The Someday Travels series by EJ Bauer. Click a book to see it on Amazon.

Who is EJ Bauer?

Elizabeth has lived in Australia all her life. Her working career began as a speech pathologist and subsequently morphed into the unrelated field of retail management in a university science centre and planetarium. Her passion for travel was brought into stark focus when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and, following her treatment, a travel plan formed. Guam was first, followed quickly by European and North American adventures. Her illness nudged another long-held interest to the fore and Elizabeth began chronicling her trips with extensive photography, promising herself she would also write about her exploits.

She is happily married, a mother of two, grandmother of five and devoted assistant to Lucy, a bossy tortoiseshell cat.

Connect with EJ Bauer

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ejbauerauthor

Email: ej@ejbauer.com

Chat with the author and other memoir authors and readers in the Facebook group, We Love Memoirs:
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