Or better yet… very, very, very hot Cordoba. We visited Cordoba in June, part of our Spain and Portugal summer trip and we spent there about 24 hours. We did manage to survive the summer heat (although in some parts of the town, it seemed as we were the only crazy people actually trying to do some sightseeing) and we discovered an absolutely beautiful Spanish town, so simple and colorful, full of culture and life.
This is the last post about our trip in the Canary Islands and what better way to end the story than to tell you a bit about the food experience we had there. As you can imagine, it’s mostly about fish and sea food and the best restaurants we tried out while on this trip.
As I mentioned in my initial post about Canary Islands, there was this special place where we spent 3 days and that deserved a post of its own. Just because it was so special and just because it made us feel so perfect. So here it is, the small village of Tasarte with its lovely tinny black sand beach.
I’ve been dreaming for a long time now to have a quiet vacation, for just the two of us, somewhere far away from home, with nice weather, the sea and lots of actually doing nothing… We would have wanted something further away actually, but that would have meant we had to take more vacation days from work and we actually kind of ran out of vacation days… We did actually go to Istanbul, Southern Spain, Morocco, Germany, Paris, Berlin this year … so we had to somehow split the available days … but here we are, the island I was talking about, well actually the islands, the Canary Islands.