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Hola chicos y chicas!!!


I wasn’t supposed to write about any of my adventures until the C**** (it’s a secret).However, I had to share with you my experience and the events of Friday and Saturday night (sorry to disappoint but it does not involve alcohol).  My flatmate took me to this flamenco bar, a really small and dark place (you can judge because I did the same).

la carboneria

I didn’t expect much from it, I thought they were just going to play some flamenco music over the radio, or play some videos of famous flamenco dancers, or something similar.  I was surprised when I heard a deep voice sing an emotional song. I felt every single word that came out of the singer’s mouth.  Instead of describing it, I’m going to let you listen to it.


I know flamenco songs are not everyone’s cup of tea and that is not the message. The message is that you should try and embrace the culture of your host country. If you like it that is good and if you don’t at least you tried it. I’m so happy that I gave that place a chance, otherwise I wouldn’t have met that singer (no judging and he doesn’t know that I have a crush on his voice).

Thank you for reading my confession.

Hasta Luego 🙂

Post Author: analndiamona

Hi my name is Ana and I'm a third year student and I study Sociology and Social Policy. I'm currently doing my placement in Spain, where I work for an agency called Spain Internship and I'm their HR and PR Intern.