We’ve been a few days for the last project meeting in Spain, but it feels like much longer since we’ve experienced so much!
Seville is the delightful city home of José Luis, Izabela, Magdalena and Guiomar. It’s so magnificent that every day we were discovering something new. Strolls down the bustling streets among picturesque facades of old colonial buildings were our joy. Spanish architecture is a combination of old and new but it doesn’t clash. It’s in fact intricate how they can make this mixture work. The same co-existance can be felt in the very heart of Cordoba, this time the combination of Catholic and Muslim art combine into a marvel. No one can go past it unamazed.
Spaniards are really really really fun people. So open, so disarming, so warm. Great sense of humour, generous, and GENUINE. Their friendliness doesn't feel 'put on', and they're funny in a very dry, deadpan way most of the time. We love it! We have way too many little memorable incidents where locals have made us laugh, helped us, been generous to us, and made us feel very special. Too many to list!
Our stay there was the last meeting of our project and even more touching was the last dinner with our project partners.
We would like to thank the Spanish hosts for everything and all our project partners for this wonderful week in Seville. We will miss that atmosphere, that fun and that sun… Words don’t come easy when we have to say goodbye, so we say:
The Polish team