Sevilla tiene un color especial


In Vienna, Rodrigo and I always have discussions about how one cannot have breakfast at 1pm anymore. In Spain, it can easily happen. So I am not surprised when we only set off at around 12 to have breakfast. I don’t even question it anymore.

Today we decide not to take any public transport and walk into the city centre, looking the most touristy that is possible, equipped with cameras, lenses, belts and what not. So here we go: Sevilla in pictures (Rodri’s and mine)!


El que se fue a Sevilla…

Actually, I gave up blogging a while ago. It just took up too much of my time. Choosing photos, editing, etc. is not easy if you’re an absolute perfectionist and at the same time have to grade tons of exams and papers.

Here I am though, enjoying the beauty of Andalucia. Rodrigo convinced me it’d be nice for his and my family to read about what we’re up to. Which is why for the first time ever the entries will be in English, so that his family can read this too (and my family can have loads of fun with google translate fails!).

I’ll keep it simple this time, publish on the go, add a couple of randomly chosen pictures, maybe not even edited (let’s see how long I can handle this…) and a few words about the highlights.


Kurzurlaub in Rabac

Der Frühling hat nach dem Meer gerufen, und dort ging es dann für ein paar Tage über Pfingsten hin – mit Dominik, seiner Mum und seiner Oma.


Anreise: 6 Stunden (ohne Pausen)
14.-18. Mai
: Istrien
EinwohnerInnen: ~1.500
Tourismus: bis zu 11,000 im Jahr
Wetter: 18-23 Grad, bewölkt oder sonnig, bei Anfahrt Regen
Wassertemperatur: brrrr….! Um die 16/17 Grad
Besuchte Orte in der Umgebung: Pula, Labin

„Perle des Kvarners“
urspr. Fischerdorf mit 10 Häusern (Mitte 19. Jhd.)

Beliebt bei Francis Burton