Mediterranean (Tarragona, Spain) Chapter Updates

Report From the March 2018 Mediterrean Chapter Gathering

From left to right standing: Jacobo Vilella, Frans Lettenström, Nicola Coratella, Francesc Borrull, Joao Peixoto, Martin Garrido (Coordinator Mediterranean Chapter), Juan López, and Jorge Sánchez. Sitting: Nati (wife of Francesc Borrull), Ana Lisa (wife of Joao Peixoto) and Eva (wife of Juan López).

On March 3 a TCC meeting and dinner was organized in the TCC Mediterranean Chapter’s clubhouse (a beautiful private book museum and medieval bread oven) in Altafulla, near Barcelona. The purpose was to listen to and get to know the five Spanish travelers who have visited the 193 UN states (The Big Five). Unfortunately, one of them (Sabino Antuna) could not come for health reasons. However, he was fortunately replaced by Portuguese TCC member Joao Peixoto, who also has been to all 193 UN states, one of the Portuguese Big Three. After the official interviews and presentations, the photographers and journalists left and we could start our colloquium and dinner and enjoy the gourmet creations of our TCC chef Javier and his wine selections. Since we had such an especially interesting group of guests, the animated discussions and storytelling went on all night till the early morning.

Mediterranean Chapter Meeting on March 3 in Altafulla, Spain

The Mediterranean TCC Chapter will have a dinner/meeting on March 3 to honor the people in Spain and Portugal that have visited all 193 U.N. countries. We also hope to attract some from Belgium and Sweden. TCC members from other chapters are welcome! Just contact our Coordinator General Martin Garrido (martingarrido@rambla88.com). If you have been… Read more »

Fall 2017 Mediterranean Chapter Meeting in Altafulla & Tarragona

The Mediterranean TCC Chapter organized a two-day meeting for its present members and potential new ones on Nov. 25-26. The first day’s program took place at the Chapter headquarters, a medieval building in Altafulla with an ancient communal bread oven and a private museum of illustrated medieval books. Owner and host: Martin Garrido, the Chapter… Read more »