'Waiter, there's a tentacle in my soup!' Know what you are eating in Spain, and how to know what you are missing. Know what is on the menu and the labelling in the supermarkets. Know what you like or what to avoid. Venture out of the tourist zone and eat on the wild side. There are so many dishes to enjoy and there is no better way to practice the language than by communicating through the language of food; and a glass of wine of course.....and don't miss the special brew called Queimada and the magical incantation that accompanies it.
Mike Sealey has lived in Spain since 1991. He works as a writer and translator. His articles and short stories have been published in English and Spanish periodicals and his translation work ranges from: guide books to the famous Peñon d'Ifach, Calpe - Spain's famous National Park, Amazonian herbal remedies, the use of phsyco-kinetics in therapy, tourist information and commercial websites and literature.
He is married with two sons and a daughter and has Wire-haired Retriever named Max.read more