People of Sevilla stay up late, and stay out late. We had to walk a ways to a taxi stand at 4:00 am and were wondering if we would run into mischievious types.... but what we found were a lot of... more
When we visited Sevilla, there were a few gypsies around the cathedral area. They were typically ladies, and would approach people (mostly tourists, I'd say) and offer them a small bunch of rosemary... more
I met a few men in Seville who seemed nice at first, but then I learned their intentions weren't so great. One of them was a guy I met at the feria de Abril. He and his friends took me around to... more
Many people in Seville have a dog, but nobody scoops (I don't understand why some people seem to think it's so difficult to scoop after their dog). Which means that there's doggie doo on many streets... more
This page is about my latest long-distance walk raising money for cancer research at "The Royal Marsden Hospital" and not Sevilla as in the title of the page !! but as I started the walk in Sevilla......