This Must Be The Place reveals the unique physical, cultural, and emotional layers of places. Whether those places are cities, fictional locations, street corners, public squares -- or barely noticed nooks and crannies, we will bring you stories and observations uncovering the texture of these places.
Kevin Patricio: Food, Beer, and Life
Kevin Patricio is a seasoned chef and entrepreneur. His path in life has taken him through the hallways of Food and Wine magazine, through New York City kitchens, and to his own restaurant in San Sebastián, Spain. Now, as CEO of Basqueland Brewing Project, he is dedicated to brewing beer on par with the Basque culinary experience.
A Basque Life with Marti Buckley
With courage and verve, Marti Buckley has lived in Donostia-San Sebastián for over seven years - forging a life well-lived along with her ten-year old daughter, Buckley. WIthout a doubt, she was part of the inspiration for our own move to Donostia.
Sisters and the City
Nos sentamos con Idoia y Susana Gómez, hermanas que se han dedicado a compartir la belleza, el estilo, la gastronomía y las esquinitas que no se notan en Donostia-San Sebastián - en el País Vasco de España.
Note: Translated version available at www.thismustbetheplace.io
First Month in San Sebastián - Donostia
A personal, idiosyncratic account of our first month living in San Sebastián-Donostia. A flow of consciousness capturing impressionistic details rather than any grander social and cultural observations.
Expat Life: a wine-fueled evening
A wine-fueled conversation with friends who committed to an expat life. Themes we discuss include the pleasures of living within different cultures, the difficult moments, planning for long term travel, and some philosophical musings on why we have all chosen to interrupt a typical life.
Peter Miller Books + Supplies with Peter Miller
A conversation with Peter Miller - proprietor of the eponymous Seattle shop offering design, architecture, and art books along with a bevy of related supplies. He gives us a personal account of how the shop came to be along with an exploration of the value of serendipity, daydreaming, and oral history.
I just started with Series 2. As an expat living in northern Spain, Logroño, I enjoyed listening to opinions similar to my own. I found this podcast informative and the speaker’s voice is very relaxing.