Hey folks: Well, I went to a small town about and hour northeast of Almería called Huércal-Overa. Every municipality has their own time during the year when they have their town celebration. This normally includes a fair with rides and food vendors, however this one also included a bull fight. Now, personal feelings aside, the bull fight is a great place to witness true Spanish culture. Here are a few photos and videos. Viewer discretion is advised...
The opening act.
Those are the ears of the dead bull he's holding.
Steeped in tradition...
Below are some videos I took, The first one
was at the feria, this vendor is showing us
how churros are made. This classic Spanish
pastry is normally eaten with thick hot chocolate.
They're kind-of like funnel cakes but tubular,
and without the powdered sugar. Yum!