Don’t raise your eyebrows over this title. It was my third visit to this beautiful country and hence my third impression. 🙂
The more I think I got a hang of this amazing country, the more it surprises me. It was no different this time.
On this trip I visited Andalucía region… Sevilla, Granada, Córdoba, Málaga et al.
To most of us, Spain means just two names, Barcelona and Madrid. Believe me, there is so much more beyond these two cities and soccer that we don’t know about. If you remember, last year I backpacked to small little towns in Catalan region and they were charismatic.
Andalucía has multiple faces and while you are there, the questions that pop up in your mind are as intriguing as the answers.
— Why do they have thousands of orange trees laden with fruits, yet nobody plucks them?
— Oh! Hippies still live in caves?
— Who first concocted Flamenco and how? (Flamenco originates from Andalucía).
— How do they do business if the whole town offers free Tapas?
— What on earth inspired to build the magnificent Alhambra?
— Why the houses are white?
— Snow skiing in swimsuit?
There are many such puzzles which make Andalucía a never-ending mystery. Wait for my stories about them.
Now I leave you with a few photos for a glimpse of what I am talking about. Read the captions as well.
The ring is ready for bull fight. Bring them on!
How on earth they water these plants?
Village street in Antequera
A sunny afternoon in Puerto Banus
Spain’s most photographed street
Beautiful women in Feria
Seville at night…. by the River Guadalquivir
Last but not the least… awesome food.
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