By Stephanie Elizondo Griest
With its breezy studies and insightful recommendation, 100 locations each girl may still Go encourages girls of any age to work out the realm — in a bunch, with a chum, or solo — and conjures up them to create their very own record of desires. in keeping with her personal explorations of many international locations, states, and areas, and on interviews with tourists, award-winning writer Stephanie Elizondo Griest highlights a hundred exact locations and not easy actions — from diving for pearls in Bahrain to racing a camel, yak, or pony throughout Mongolia; to dancing with voodoo priestesses in Benin and concrete cowboys in Texas; to taking a dirt tub in a volcano off the coast of Colombia. Divided into such sections as “Places the place ladies Made History,” “Places of Indulgence,” and “Places of Adventure,” this guidebook contains well timed touch details, assets, and urged examining. “Ten counsel For Wandering Women” gains safeguard precautions plus tips about haggling, packing, and staying parasite-free. shiny photos of loose spirits like Frida Kahlo (“A tequila-slamming, soiled joke-telling smoker, this well-known artist was once bisexual and beautiful”) support tourists extend their adventure.
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Designed as a cultural centre, it still hosts art exhibitions and the occasional concert. d C/ San Nicolas 19 • Map E3 • 965 54 06 66 • Open 9am–9pm daily • Free Ayuntamiento (Town Hall), Xixona (Jijona) Xixona is most famous for the sweet nougat (turrón) that it produces in vast quantities, but it also contains some handsome 48 This architectural gem of the early 20th century is tucked away in the quiet wine-producing town of Jumilla. Designed by a follower of Gaudí, it boasts impressive, highly ornate ironwork by local craftsman Avelino Gómez.
Almost every house is surrounded by pots of ferns and geraniums. In 1843, an extraordinary bullring was hacked out of the rock. It now regularly hosts summer concerts. d Map D3 Just a few miles inland from the hectic coast, Polop is a peaceful little village on a hill surrounded by orchards. Often overlooked in the rush to the beaches, Polop’s old quarter, with its maze of narrow streets recalling its Arabic origins, invites a tranquil stroll. d Map G4 Caravaca de la Cruz Guadalest town square 46 Beautifully set in rolling hills, this medieval town (see p103) resonates with history.
1000 BC: Prehistory The Costa Blanca has been inhabited since Paleolithic times, with cave dwellers living in the inland hills from around 50000 BC. Iberian settlements began to appear around 3000 BC. Later, two Bronze Age cultures emerged: Argaric in the south and Valencian in the north. 200BC: Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians By 1000 BC, the Phoenicians and the Greeks were establishing trading settlements along the coast. The Carthaginians, landless after their defeat in the First Punic War, established Cartago Nova (modern Cartagena) in the 3rd century BC.