A couple of years ago, I ventured on my first road trip through Spain and Portugal. I drove from Málaga to Lisbon, making stops in some of the best cities in Andalusia. I explored the architectural beauty of old Córdoba and the hip, urban life of Seville. Like any great road trip, my Spain road trip was a lovely but weird experience...
Manolo Paz always talks in a soothing tone that seems to float somewhere between the wind and the earth. He speaks in Spanish and I only pick up the occasional word. But when he is translated, I feel like the meaning of what he has to say fits with the way he says it. Grounded yet inspirational.
On the wall is some graffiti that I can’t make much sense of. I think there are small round robots buzzing about, working on computers and talking on the phone. The table where I sit is long and white. There are four of us sitting here, laptops open, yet eight seats still remain empty.
La Tomatina festival is high on many bucket lists - but there are a few important things to know before you join this messy tomato fight in Spain. This survival guide will make sure you know how to prepare for La Tomatina, including what to wear, how to stay safe and what to leave at your hotel - and just how long it will be until you stop finding tomatoes in your hair!