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Oh Seville, what a place. An ever-evolving Spanish city with charisma, flamboyancy and funk that tantalises your senses, mind and palate. To say we loved Seville would be an understatement, it's exceptional. Staying in the heart of the city wedged between tapa bars, the bull arena, funky alleyways, Seville Cathedral and the Real Alcazar was a treat. The heart of the city evolves around the worlds largest gothic cathedral, built by the Christians ...
... made a cake to pair with it. I have no idea how they maintain their figures with the portions they served but I was happy for the food and made no complaints.
On my final night in Sevilla we went to see Flaminco dancing. It was at a free locale and was quite something. I've never seen this style of performance but the musicianship was incredibly impressive. I kept attempting to follow their rhythms, which play ...
... one of the tapas bars we had been advised to go to, plus more and burnt it all of cycling around all day.
We went to the Museo del Baille Flamenco one evening for a Flamenco show. Mark wasn't too interested as he had seen a fair bit in Colombia, we all loved this show though. Especially Indi. She was watching the whole show mesmerised. When we walked out the staff commented how into it she was and that one day she is going to be a Flamenco dancer. ...
... Flamenco is traditionally
only a singer and guitarist. Dancing was introduced much later and is
typically only done for tourists.
I learned a lot from Juan but I realize now that I haven't verified any of it, so maybe it's all his opinion :)
One of my closest friends back home has a dear
friend in Sevilla, her name is Michelle. I've been hearing about
Michelle for over 5 years and I finally got to meet her! She was
wonderful. We had such ...
... It is a 4000 pound fine to feed them! Anyway they were very active, fighting over the food. They went all over the buses and onto people. The view from where we stopped was really good and we could see the tram that took people all the way to the very top.
When we got down to the town again, Raymond took us to the High Street which is the main street. He pointed out the Roy's Fish and Chips as having ...