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Great seeing Nick again. After a several month tour Nick is of to
Seville airport for a trek home. A heck of a lot of tapas were tested
over the past few days. Adios amigo.
Later that afternoon:
Crowds gathering here in Seville to wish the Duchess of Alba a farewell.
They say here in Spain that if Scotland did win the separation vote a few months ago she would have been technically the Queen of Scotland.
Duchess of Alba dies aged ...
Seville was the last place we stayed with my grandparents, before they went back to Australia. My grandparents stayed in Seville for 2 days, and after they'd left, my family stayed for another 2.
While my grandparents were still with us, we went to a Flamenco show, with one dancer, one singer, and one guitarist. Lots of people all around the world, say that Flamenco guitarists are the best guitarists in the world. It takes years ...
... We went to the top and enjoyed spectacular views of
the city- a view that cannot be captured on a camera or put into words…
breathtaking. We got a free drink at the top and had a tapa snack before we
went back to our apartment. We had a 2 hour siesta- which was much needed. We
got ready for our night out and went to a restaurant along the way for dinner.
We had paella and sangria for cheap… I love paella. We walked to the park
infront of the Plaza ...
... countryside was beautiful. We passed through mountains, past lakes, and through little Spanish villages.
We arrived in Sevilla around noon and went to check in at our hostel before going sightseeing. Walking from the train station, we noticed something interesting about the city - American place names? We walked on both the Avenida de Kansas City and Calle la Florida, and passed the Hostal San Francisco (ok so the last two are actually Spanish, but there was ...
lot about citizenship, travel, education, careers, history. It was
really refreshing to have such a strong connection with someone and have
I'm certainly not saying I miss working, but I do
miss intellectual challenges. Now that I'm down to the final third of my
trip, I've been thinking more about what I'll do when I get back. I
have a few ideas that I've been playing with. If anyone has any ideas