Tag Archives: Christmas in Andalusia

Feliz año

Of course the title should have been Feliz Año Nuevo, but this is Andalucia and we cut out every word we can. New year, also means a new month so the overloaded month of December is finally over. We just … Continue reading

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Armar el Belén, causing a big commotion

So another Christmas in Spain is almost there. The time of year that, more than any other (and more than ever….) causes flash backs of the past. It  brings me back to the time spending these days with the family … Continue reading

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El día de los Reyes Magos: Melchor, Gaspar y Baltasar

And then there is the Three Kings Day, taking place on the 6th January each year, it marks the peak as well as the end of Christmas. While the rest of the world has already packed up their festive mood, … Continue reading

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Feliz Navidad!!!

Merry Christmas! So how does a Spanish Christmas compare to other places on the globe? Like everywhere Spaniards also do celebrate it by spending holiday meals together, giving presents and lighting up spectacular decorations around the city centers, but there … Continue reading

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