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... back on the same streets, we just chose an outdoor restaurant that seemed to be attracting all the locals. The food wasn't anything to write home about, but we did have live entertainment....sort of. There was the guy we had seen several times throughout the day who was obviously a little off his rocker. He would go to each table, clap loudly, and sing noisily at the top of his lungs. The most hilarious part was watching people's reactions - ...
... non touristy version". I wasn't quite sure what this meant - I had only one picture of flamenco dancing in my head and it consisted of women in red and black dresses and men wearing boleros dancing interactively whilst clicking their heels and castanets....to some music!
Well, that was the preconceived idea I went in with but I came out with something completely different. Flamenco is not really about dancing...it is about ...
Today I rode on a motorbike for the first time! My host took me on the motorway and we got to to 80 mph on his bike. It was exhilarating and pretty scary. I went with my host to his university and had a picnic on the quad before his political economics exam. I went into the city and walked around the ...
... know we are relatively close to the bus terminal. Nothing is as easy as it is at home so we decide to go there and book our onward tickets to Lisbon. Job done, we realise that it is 3.30 and the juice and pastry we had for breakfast was quite some time ago. Knowing that we won't eat until around nine we make our way to the first place we see with tables in the shade (see the photos, taken outside the bus terminal showing time ...
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Our second day in Seville we jumped on another free walking tour in the morning. This tour unlike the one in Madrid, it was really cool. We learnt a lot about the history of Seville. A few of the odd quirks about Seville is that everyone talks with a lisp, it’s rumored that around 1000 AD they had a king Peter who spoke with a lisp and in order to not aggravate him everyone did the same. The lisp stuck. Another one is that Columbus in ...