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... before it killed them or their horse. As you can imagine many horses died in this exercise and so the poor and servants couldn’t participate. Sometime later the servants wanted to join in but were not allowed to ride horses (or could afford all the horses) so they would instead fight the bull on foot and so bull fighting began. From there it naturally evolved into what you see today where the fighter would fight the bull and tire it out before eventually in ...
... I could have chosen a handful of other places to spend the night to break up the travelling, but I settled on Ceuta for a couple of reasons 1. The other Moroccan port Tangier has a dodgy reputation 2. The novelty of Spanish Africa, I mean come on, I did not see that coming! And 3. Casa de Los Dragones, or house of the Dragons, a former home of eclectic architecture featuring 4 large dragons on the top (they're about the size of Danearys's dragons at the start of the ...
... to the cotton is the burning of the dry plants after the harvest as we run into smoke that stings our eyes and burns our throats, almost like going through a forest fire area. Everywhere we look in the distance we see smoke and as we are not that far from Sevilla, we are concerned that it will mar our stay there. We needn't have worried, Sevilla is clear skies and sunny when we arrive.
I have reserved a room in an old convent, now a hotel which is apparently centrally located. ...
... Julia gives her flamenco outfit a test run and she looks stunning. It will be a challenge to keep this under wraps until October 31.
For dinner, plan A was to go for more lamb, but finding no fresh lamb on the shelves Katie suggests some meatballs which turn out to be a hit as well. Molly does a light marinade in a little worchestire sauce and we have dinner on the terrace: salad, cous cous, meatballs. Molly reads a few more chapters from ...
... red brick and white stone are quite a site.
Even though I enjoyed my day in Cordoba, I couldn't WAIT to get back to Sevilla.
Ensaladilla Rusa or Russian Salad sounds exotic, but, it's only potato salad.
80% of Spanish people do not speak a second language.
Bed pillows here are one long pillow, covering the entire width of the bed, twin/queen, it matters not.