Seville was our fifth stop and also our longest excursion, but it was so worth it. We woke up at half and took a bus to our destination, which one of the prettiest places I’ve ever been.
It’s absolutely beautiful. I think it caught Dan and I by surprise because we were not expecting it to be as beautiful as it was. There were tropical birds flying around everywhere, and with Seville being a 40 minute boat row away from Africa, I’m assuming that’s the reason for their presence.
We had lunch in the cutest cafe!! We really wanted a full blown meal but unfortunately we didn’t have enough time and also mam sat down in front of the wrong restaurant (I’ve never seen her so livid). So we decided to have some baguettes and chips!! YUM YUM YUM!!!
We had a nice walk around the village/town and it was stereotypically Spanish. Most of the houses were yellow and white and they were aesthetically pleasing to look at. We also visited one of the biggest Cathedrals in the world and my God, it was BIG!!! Again, why was this big?! Do we need a Cathedral this big?! Probably not, but it’s definitely worth looking at. It also holds (allegedly) Christopher Columbus remains and has his tombstone guarded in the most dramatic of fashions. I did love the Cathedral, got to love how garish it is and how over the top it looked.
By four o’ clock we were back on the bus and it was boiling. We went back into the pool and I did some mystery mini unboxings (of course, blog post coming soon). I highly recommend going to Seville, it’s absolutely beautiful and there are tonnes of historical sights and beautiful places to visit. Definitely a good place for a 4 day holiday.