Lagos to Seville

We grabbed snacks for the 8.30am bus to Seville, where I promptly fell back to sleep. 

Arrived in Seville around 2.30pm, found our hostel and thank god, it was a nice one. Really nice actually. Lovely private room with a big balcony, aircon, all the works. Black Swan Hostel. 

It was very quiet when we ventured out and we soon realised it was siesta time. We found our bearings and headed to the shops. I bought a few souvenirs, no luck finding nice leather goods as yet. 

Found this awesome place that had dairy free gelato that made the gelato into a rose shape! Addicted. I’m going to miss gelato. 

We wandered around the cathedral and went to Alc√°zar Castle (more Game of Thrones) looking at the mosaic, pottery and gardens. Beautiful place. Luckily for us from 6-7pm on Mondays it was free – win! 
We found a lovely spot for tapas and then went to a local flamenco spot. La Carboneria. It wasn’t easy to find, just a guard out the front. The food is shite, don’t eat there but the drinks and good and the flamenco is fantatsic. The singer was so passionate and strong, you could hear the emotion pouring out. 

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