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... many fireworks (that part was kind of scary, as it seemed to occur randomly throughout the day)! During the final days of the festival there were many people playing music in the streets, several human towers, people dressed as religious figures and as animals. Now you are probably wondering, what is this festival all about? I even had a hard time figuring this out by asking around, besides the fact that it is ...
... in Tarragona live. Next we took a quick break for lunch where Jordan and I nommed on some yummy gazpacho. We then hopped back on our bus and went to the Monasteri De Santes Creus which was about 30 minutes from Tarragona. This is an ancient monastery which is no longer active but is nonetheless gorgeous. Our tour guide explained the monk life style (no talking or eating meat which I totally could not live with) and it was really fascinating. After the monastery we headed back to ...
... with its catch.
On the harbourside at Serallo we'd enjoyed food and sidre at Donosti in 2010 but last year they had seemed reluctant to serve us, despite having several customer who seemed to be friends. They were more open this year but the service was verging on surly so we had a glass of sidre and some patatas bravas and moved on. The welcome at nearby Taverna del Mar was much warmer and we ordered several plates of food, mostly fish-based which were very ...
... our hearty breakfast (see pictures). Fired up by food and coffee, we were off to see Peniscola (no Mikey, it's pronounced "pennis"-cola), and what a gem it was. With a beautiful old town, and a lovely open "new town", with a beautiful beach to boot, this town has everything going for it. Again, would love to spend a summer here. There is a lively holiday feel to the place with people lazing on the beach, walking the promenade, riding around ...
... la Festa houses many of the elements of the Seguici Popular, which means that you can get up close the the Mulassa and friends and get plenty of photos as well as reading a little about their stories/histories. You can decide for yourselves which ones are your favourites but for me at least, it's got to be the mule with his jingling bells and playful nature - but Cucafera is not far behind.
Another popular creature, especially with the children is the fearsome Vibria. This ...