Hostal Colonial Serrano
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My final week in Cordoba has been somewhat emotional. Despite the many things that I have found a little crazy or different here I think that Cordoba is a province full of heart, where people always have time for you, and that's a sentiment I’d like to take away with me.
I’ll miss my host family incredibly as they so generously opened their house and their lives to me for a month and allowed me to experience their wonderfully rich culture in a ...
'The owl and the pussycat went to sea in a beautiful pea green boat. They took some honey, and plenty of money wrapped up in a five pound note'
- Who went to sea?
- What colour was the boat?
- What did they take?
Being someone who likes a good story I decided ...
Whilst in La Calera I thought I'd take some classes at the local dance school, and seeing 'Salsa en Parejas’ (Salsa in Pairs) on the timetable I thought I’d give that a go. Being a small town, everyone knows everyone, and so it soon got round the school I was teaching at that I was taking classes at Pamela Podesta. Furthermore, the tables were turned as I became a beginner in a class in which some of my students were competently partaking ...
... tennis, which mostly served as a reminder of my sporting shortcomings! However, it was enjoyable, and when we were finished a large group of friends and family sat down to what can only be described as a carnivore’s dream!
Jokes aside, I think I ate half a cow. No really. Every few minutes a plate was passed with a new cut of meat, beef and pork as well as fresh Chorizo sausages. Succulent ...
... in meals and meal times.
Breakfast is little and unimportant, and often includes bread, biscuits or Criollitos to snack on with some kind of jam or spread. A new personal favourite is pumpkin jam, which at first I thought was an unusual tasting marmalade due to the similar colours! Criollitos are Cordobese, and are like small, salty bread rolls that have been condensed, making them heavier. Apparently this makes ...