Seville. I’m sure Seville has many wonderful things to boast about, but I unfortunately didn’t quite understand the place. We were run on excitement in the morning, annoyance in the afternoon then utter disappointment in the evening. Our overall experience there was rather hair-thinning, actually.
In case anyone decides to venture out there, it might be best to:
- Try to park your car in a park-house or pack several euro coins and be prepared to waste your money on ‘parking helpers’ if you don’t want your rental to be stretched, dented or damaged
- Wear old shoes then trash them afterwards because all those off-putting excrements left behind on the streets will haunt you
- Try to train your tummies to be hungry after 8pm
- Avoid deadly roundabouts because that’s a world in itself that won’t make sense to anybody who do not belong to it
- Consider unexpected incidents as plot twists then move on to your next destination as soon as possible because there will be better and more beautiful places to explore in southern Spain
If Seville is your cup of tea, here’s a hat tip to you.