Sunday, 6 March 2011

In Case You Were Wondering...

Isabel Bayon fron Flamenco-World.com

Thank you for continuing to stop by and to everyone for their comments! Just to let you know that I am in Spain for a few days attending a flamenco festival with limited access to the internet and navigating an packed itinery of events.  There are shows to see, costumes to drool over, classes to attend, friends to catch up with and much late night sherry drinking in bars.

As a result I have not been able to get around to all your blogs to comment as much let alone post and will continue to be a bit quieter than normal for a few more days.  Normal services will resume when I get back next week.  Look forward to catching up with you all then.

12 comments:

  1. Have a fabulous time!! :)

    PS Just seen you "And Counting..." section in the side-bar - 14 leather jackets!!!? I'm so jealous - I'm still on the lookout for my perfect first one!! :) xx

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  2. What type of sherry do you like best, and/or what do you think is best with savory snacks?

    I'm glad (and envious) that you get another wintertime trip to Spain! I look forward to pictures, if you're managing to slip out the camera during your packed itinerary.

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  3. flamenco festival???!!! fantastic!!! enjoy your stay in spain!!!

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  4. How lovely to know that you are in my TIERRA.
    Is it Cádiz where you have most of your friend???.
    Ya nos contarás guapa, además es CARNAVAL.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  5. Have a wonderful time! I'm very envious of having that deliciously warm Spanish sunshine. xxx

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  6. Just curious--is this an occasion for shopping new flamenco wear? When I would attend belly-dancing get-togethers in the states, I would often come across items that I WANTED. I'll still be here when you return. :)

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  7. Have fun girly!! Can't wait to see the pictures!

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  8. I can't wait to hear about/see pictures of your trip, especially about flamenco dresses of any kind!

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  9. Mmmm...sherry! It brings back good memories!
    Have fun! Practice! And come back soon! ;)

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  10. Good on ya V! Cant wait for you to regal your stories and pics with us xx

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  11. Hola Ladies - unfortunately due to baggage restrictions I had to leave the big bulky camera at home so sadly I don't have any photos to share with you all - Ryanair really took the fun out of travelling in that respect! It was also quite dark and rainy so light for photo taking was in unusually short supply. And taking photos during flamenco performances was forbidden!

    @Cloud of Secrets - my favourite sherry is a sweet one with a brand name Solera. I think drier ones go better with savory foods but I drink the sweet one with the typical tapas of fried fish, jamon and pork fillets.

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  12. Yum - thanks! I have seen the sweeter Soleras here in Wisconsin. I keep an Amontillado in stock as a compromise, but I might branch out and keep a sweeter and a drier sherry around.

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