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A dragon on the roof

Part of the “discord bloc”, casa Batllo is one of a few houses that have made a patch of Passeig the Gracia famous. In spanish… 150 palabras más

Almost Done

Standing in rank across the pale yellow fields

Sunflowers dip their heavy heads towards the sun god

Faces baked and dried by the arid heat of the plains… 8 palabras más

Cordoba – Curiosities

Owner of a truly unique historical and cultural legacy, Cordoba has given rise over the centuries to a host of anecdotes and curiosities more or less widespread that have made it even more famous: legends of the Mosque, poems of the Guadalquivir, portraits and sculptures of the ancient Arab and Jewish sages have come in one way or another to our ears. 2.235 palabras más


Vuelta Espana Stage 20: home sweet home for Simon Yates

Today, at La Vuelta, Simon Yates was on home turf. On the small handful of days each year when he’s not trotting the globe being a top pro cyclist he calls Andorra home. 647 palabras más


Cabo Fisterra

If you’re a constant reader of my blog you already know how much I love Galicia and how much I enjoy visiting this region in North of Spain. 252 palabras más


Octopus everywhere

Carballiño (literally meaning the little oak), a little town in Galicia has celebrated, since 1969, on the second Sunday of August, “La Festa do Pulpo”. This is a culinary party with an estimate of 80 to 100 thousand guests who consume around 50 thousand kilos of “pulpo a la gallega” during the event. 133 palabras más


❝El bilingüismo no nos hace más inteligentes pero si más eficaces”

Tengo muy pocos días aquí en Barcelona. Tan poco tiempo que todavía mi cabeza no ha asimilado la realidad de que no estoy aquí de visita, sino que, por un tiempo, estaré viviendo en esta ciudad.

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