Warm summer nights with a cool breeze coming in from the Atlantic, rapturous flamenco performed live and rumbling from the stage of an age-old bar with a reverberant and heartfelt wallop, irresistible tapas after irresistible tapas devoured al fresco with ample sherry to wash it all down – Jerez de la Frontera is a dream.
To be sure, I revelled in my visit to this far south Spanish city. Hosted by the good folks from sherry brand, Tio Pepe, I was there in mid June for a tour of the town and the countryside. Before and after that trip though, I was amazed by how often I had to explain to others why getting to go there was such a pleasure for me. Continue reading