Scribbler in Seville

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Through the arch: the 15 gates of Seville’s old city walls

As someone who revels in the endless learning experience that is Seville’s millennia-long history, I am always thrilled with any opportunity to delve further into the city’s past. Walking around the centre,¬†gothic churches, medieval convents and ancient alleyways in every…

Friday fotos: curves

Friday photos – or #frifotos – is something I look at with great interest, without ever managing to take part in¬†(story of my life). But this week’s theme, Curves, was screaming out to be illustrated with some shots of Metropol…

Mushrooms and frozen yoghurt

Yet again, I’m squeezing in there at the last minute, on day four of my A Post a Day month. Blogging comes, er, last in priority after (in chronological order): 1) shopping, 2) day job, 3) panicking about finances, 4)…

These are a few of my favourite… places in Seville

I have been toying with writing a post about the challenges of combining social media, writing and children, but guess what? I never got around to it. Because of the aforementioned three items. So instead, here are some of my…

Catching the wave: a march for fairer democracy

Last night I was back down at the Setas, this time with my family, partly to take them up to the pasarela (kids not overly impressed – too young – more interested in Roman ruins seen while waiting for the…

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