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... expect but the bar was packed and it
was so exciting to see the guitar player, singer and dancer trio in the works.
It was not at all what I was expecting but the passion and seriousness that
goed behind their art is inspiring. I had never seen dancing so powerful and
confident. It was another instance where you could understand the Spanish
culture and the poise of the Spanish people. We enjoyed some free sangria
because we are pretty good at firing a few ...
... we went to this little cafe that served sandwiches where we could basically put whatever we wanted on them. Also, they had freshly squeezed orange juice, with, of course, delicious Spanish oranges. The waitress at the restaurant thought I was Australian because of the accent I had when I was speaking Spanish with her, which I thought was hilarious.
Thankfully we got to the bus station when we did because the bus we had planned on taking was sold out ...
... were filled with families enjoying their Sunday together. We had so much fun walking around Ronda that we spent much more time there than we'd planned! Before we left Ronda, we couldn't resist having our late picnic lunch in the square outside the church. It was clearly a place that the locals frequented with their children, not a tourist attraction. We so enjoyed watching children play there. Sevilla was as lively and exciting as we remembered it. We braved the ...
... we are, but whose paths cross ours that evening in Seville. In the meantime, we have to eat this evening and the receptionist also gives us clear directions for a recommended restaurant nearby.
Heading back out that evening for dinner we walk in circles for half an hour, cursing the receptionist, before I remember that I have my trusty GPS in my pocket with the names of all the local restaurants as Points of Interest. I find the relevant ...
... time to head out for my flamenco dance class at 7pm. I still had to do my homework that night and so, because I had gotten a bit behind in my studying, I began to feel slightly panicked, along with a mixture of emotions and exhaustion from earlier in the day. I did the best I could to get everything ready to go for class in the morning, and finally made it to bed...