Travel Spain and respect it is really amazing range by meeting the locals.
(English/Spanish Language)

Tales contain:
*In Sevilla I job interview two flamenco dancers, Asa Danielson from Sweden, and Elena Moro Roman, an Australian of Spanish Background. Both of those have moved to Sevilla to practice flamenco. I also test to determine the flamenco phrase ‘Duende’, with interpretative dance and poetry.

*Cuenca, a Unesco Planet Heritage web site, has a loaded and various heritage. Very best recognized for it is really Hanging Homes, Cuenca was started as a Moorish fort, grew to become a centre for spiritual orders, and extra recently, grew to become dwelling for lots of artists. I job interview Alberto Cuesta Senior about the joys of protecting a garden and spoke with Antonio Perez about his Up to date Artwork Museum.

*Benimaclet was a farming village on the outskirts of Valencia. As Valencia grows, just one heritage replaces another. Alberto Cuesta, a scientist discusses the alterations occurring in his Benimaclet community.

*Cave Dwellers (cuevas) of San Miguel Alto. In Granada I visit the Alhambra, a good instance of Moorish Architecture, which employs the aesthetically satisfying golden ratio in its dimensions. I then discover about cave living, interviewing this sort of characters as Dr, Sunshine, who employs a photo voltaic cooking equipment to prepare foods.

*What I like about Vigo is that it is not a tourist city. It is just a city wherever Spanish life carries on as it has for generations. I was a guest of the Ramallo family members, and interviewed Fernando Ramallo, a linguistics professor, about the several languages spoken in Spain.

*The Basque people today and their language might nicely be the oldest in europe, pre relationship the Celts and the Romans. I look into irrespective of whether they know of the fountain of youth. Rebecca Ezquerro can help me on my search

*It is constantly attention-grabbing to listen to what people today have to say about their city. In Barcelona I interviewed Nick Musgrave, and englishman who moved from London to pursuit pictures, and Pilar de la Pena Sanchez, who thinks the streets of Barcelona act out like a film.

*The theme for my Madrid video is abide by your desire. I job interview Marta Escauriaza about living her desire of running a restaurant, and Javier Icazuriaga about his recently established new music recording business.