Mojitos, munchies and music

We started our night by stopping into a little pub that the locals raved about. Being told this place had the best mojitos in the town, you know I just had to try it. A delicious raspberry mojito was refreshing and crisp.

After a drink, we headed to a local restaurant that has been around since 1908. There was a slight queue, but the owner was more than hospitable, offering us a glass of wine and some tapas while we waited.

Once seated (only took about 10 mins and well worth the wait), we had ordered our food when a surprise turned up.

A local fraternity gave a little performance and even sung happy birthday to the customer. To see videos of their performances, check out my Facebook page here.

There is never a dull night in this Spanish city 😀

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