Seville: Orange Trees in the Old World

I: Sevilla Seville is one of those cities that incarnate the vital, pumping heart of a country, its veins reaching deep into an old Spain that is felt in its grandiose plazas, its signature fragrance of orange trees and jasmine, the gait of afternoon strollers as they walk, as if kings, the snaking cobblestoned streets.Continue reading “Seville: Orange Trees in the Old World”

Language Power: Political Correctness… and Spain

“If we change language, we change everything.” – Betsy Warland I read two articles by a Spanish blogger, Sergio Parra, the other day which stuck with me like a little splinter in a nail, perhaps because I wasn’t sure if I completely agreed with him or not. In one article, he talks about the relationshipContinue reading “Language Power: Political Correctness… and Spain”