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... a whole array of swirling skirts, men playing guitars, everyone singing and dancing impromptu flamenco. It looked amazing, natural, and probably the way to see true flamenco dance. Final destination for Spain was Jerez, home of sherry. Of course the town was closed for a festival, but we did manage to see a bodega or two, and now sherry is filed in the same learning file as saki......rubbish and don't ...
It's been about a week since I wrote my last entry and A LOT has happened since. My program started last Wednesday and orientation was on Thursday as well as the official move in to my homestay. We had a city tour, more orientation, and a photo contest of the areas sites and monuments provided through my program since then.
The weekend was a very weird and enlightening experience. Even though I have been here in Sevilla for over two weeks now, I ...
... requested to go to another office on the far end of the airport where we were told by a little lady that we would be helped and that we just had to wait a bit. At this moment it was about 8:45 in the morning and the airplane would leave only at 10:00. Time enough, right?
Well, after 20 minutes of standing there waiting and consuming breakfast it started to become apparent there were problems. Lights blinked red and lights blinked green but sadly enough ...
... speaker as there were
only 12 in our group and about 50 in the others. I'm also really
glad I did not book the flamenco show, as those folks are going there
as soon as we get to Seville. It should take about 90 minutes to
arrive there. I'm also sitting in front of the mom/son duo from
Korea. At one point I asked him if he knew the exchange rate, as I
thought he'd be up on that. He said he “had no clue, at ...
... temperature starts to drop and the Sevillans take to the streets. For me, the evening usually includes a paseo (stroll in the streets), meeting with friends, a visit to one of the historic sights, and........ food. The Evening Paseo is a unique experience. The people of Seville are very beautiful people. They dress to the T. They are thin (use smoking for weight control). They always appear to be happy ...