With Semana Santa just a week away, this is becoming a common sight. Costalero practice. Usually done late at night or on Sunday mornings, to avoid disrupting traffic. I’d sure hate to be the guy in the middle…
This ALWAYS grosses me out. Bread baskets re-stacked and reused after being on dirty tables, bar stools, even the floor… never cleaned, the serviettes lining them rarely changed. And in the worst case scenarios, unused bread gets “recycled”. Does this happen in other countries?
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit is the world’s most influencial travel and tourism event and I’m thrilled to have been invited as one of the local delegates.
Here’s a pic from the welcome reception party… stay tuned for (hopefully) some of Obama! He’s speaking on Wednesday afternoon. 🙂
I mean what could be better than an evening hosted by 12 jamón ibérico de bellota producers and 14 wineries, along with some fabulous cheeses? Well NOTHING much that I can think of. I think this is an annual event, though the last time I went was in 2016. It was great catching up with friends while sampling some amazing jamón and terrific wines. In fact, after a few of these wines my pal Esteban (Vermutería Yo Soy Tu Padre) even convinced me into taking a selfie with him. I’ve had worse Mondays!