A Choripan is a sausage called chorizo (say: tjoriso) between some bread (pan).
Couldn´t be clearer, a very inventive name. So if you would like to check out
what this VERY Andalusian tradition is about, head to the Sarmiento Park
of Cordoba the 15th of March (whole day). Here you can taste this traditional dish
at the "Festival Mundial del Choripán" (World Festival of Choripan)
There will be 60 bbq´s with people making this elaborative dish .. ENJOY !!
Meet Elena (37), a Spanish woman who speaks three more languages besides Spanish, namely English, German (thanks to her Erasmus time in Berlin) and French. Speaking different and many languages is one of the skills you need to have to work as a guide. Her (beloved) city is Sevilla and that’s also why she chooses to work as a guide besides working as an architect with her partner in crime: her father.
I asked her how she ended up d...
Join the parade in Cadiz. Carnaval starts the 27th of February and
lasts until the 9th of March. Almost 2 weeks of party in the streets
of this Meditteranean city!! Don´t miss this "fiesta" and sing
along with the "chirigotas", songs to make fun of politics, the crisis
and life the way we are living it! Cheers!
Check out the new pictures of our ham-route (mjummy) on our Facebook page:
While not everybody might know what Nordic Walking exactly is, its popularity has increases a lot the last few years. Starting with the purpose of training for cross-country skiers, Nordic walking became more normal under other sportive types. And with all the benefits that this sport bring you (such as increasing more consumption of energy while walking and it helps you having a better balance) and the easy learning of this sport, we find it kind of logical that this sport is so popular.
You may n...
In Málaga, during our tour, we hear a lot of talking about "boquerones".
After a while, our guides found out that this word, that means "anchovies" is given
to the people from Málaga. No one really knows why, but probably it is because
the "Malagueños" talk so much about food and the especially like the anchovies
Spain has the most bars and cafes throughout Europe, with 300.000 on the amount of 47 million Spaniards
You can still find a lot of Moorish architecture in Andalusia. After all, this region was the last place (the Kingdom of Granada) were the Moors stayed until they were expelled in 1492 from Europe. The most famous remains of the Moors are the Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita in Cordoba and Torro del Oro and the Giralda tower in Seville.
Andalusia is the home of Flamenco. Presumably, it was created by gypsy music mixed with Indian, Christian, Jewish and Moorish influences. ...