• "Belén?". Belén (Bethlehem in Spanish) is the Nativity scene and here in Seville it is a huge event! The market in between the Cathedral and the Archivos de Indias is stuffed full of everything needed to make a "Belén" at home. Its 30+ stalls open from November 13 to December 23 sell everything you can imagine to build or add to your own family Nativity scene.

  • Carnaval 2017 Santa Cruz de Tenerife is without any shadow of a doubt the best street parade and show we have seen and the most fun you can have for free!!

  • Feliz Navidad,....Merry Christmas from Seville, Spain! Well...not really...we are actually in Halifax, West Yorkshire, but as the EarthRoamers that we are, we have chosen to celebrate Christmas this year in multiple places! Why settle for one Christmas when you can have many!

  • This amazing structure in Plaza de la Encarnación has enchanted us from the moment of our arrival in Seville. We have scores of photos taken in all weathers and at all times of the day. Each time we strolled past on the way to the market or the flea market or to one of our favourite cafes/bodegas, we snapped another view.

  • Masca Barranco - and a hike like never before! Described as the second most visited remote area on the island after Mount Teide, the hike either up or down from Masca to Masca Bay is a challenge.

  • David goes to the Barber of Seville!
    So on my “lost while wandering” tour this morning I found a hat shop. A hat shop had been talked about and so I wanted to show David. Before we got there we found a Barbers.


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