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Travel Blogs from Seville
... had fantastic food so we ate, drank some wine and soaked it up. Tonight we went out to a small flamenco show, just a guitarist, singer (wailer) and a male & female dancers. After getting over the shock of the screaming, wailing singer we enjoyed some fine flamenco dancing. No photos allowed during the ...
... which was an upmarket river side bar. It was like a cross between the garden and the beach club in Perth. The other boys were in love with the place but I could feel myself growing tired. Jose ordered a shisha, which I stupidly smoked some of, it gave me way to much flem the next day! Jose was talking to a cute Italian girl, Isaac had disappeared with some American girl so I decided to call it. I let the boys know and Jase and Jose wanted to come home too. It was about 4am and ...
... The dolphinarium was definitely the highlight - the half-hour wait in advance was well worth it - with penguins playing along to our movements on the other side of the glass being a close runner-up. We saw sea lions, seahorses, beluga whales, varieties of types of sharks, stingrays, crabs and fish, including the most bizarre looking creature called a mola. Last but not least, what do you do when you want to make a salad and realize you don't have any ...
... for some souvenirs. It was a great afternoon. Apparently we have been lucky with the weather, because southern Spain is notoriously hot. But while we've been here the weather has been nice and cool.
After we arrived at our hotel in Seville, which is very nice, we had dinner, which was buffet style. There was some sort of festival going on outside, and we were able to go and watch several performances including some with ...
... who approach them and try to join. If the man accepts, great, if the girl isn't attractive or is a bad dancer, he just walks away and starts his mating dance all over again.
People: Despite the unbelievably high unemployment rate here in Spain (for men, I think its around 60% now), the attitude of everyone is very good. I see people smiling on the street, laughing, and enjoying each others company. Even as a foreigner they are all very nice to me. I am ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool