1. Gez McGezzler says:

    26 mayo, 2015 at 10:59 pm

    oh boy, i really enjoyed that one!!! great article!!!! keep it up!!
    one thing i didt get: to loco nano?! what is a nano? is this the name of a club?

  2. says:

    30 mayo, 2015 at 6:04 pm

    Wow. I am impressed!

    Not only is this post hilarious and brilliantly written but it’s incredibly well cobbled together!! Seems you have a knack for wordles, infographics and graphs (great graph by the way; I completely agree!)

    Top blogging Lucy this getting deserved multiple shares!!

    • says:

      30 mayo, 2015 at 6:06 pm

      p.s. I must say though, I was shocked to find Oasis listed as your ‘shit end-of-night tune’. Wonderwall, overplayed as it is, is an undeniable CLASSIC!!

    • says:

      1 junio, 2015 at 12:20 pm

      Thanks a lot, Josh! 😀 So what would you say the shite end-of-night song is for the UK? Also interested to hear what the equivalent is in Granada!

      • says:

        21 junio, 2015 at 5:59 pm

        Bohemian Rhapsody, got to be! Couldn’t tell you Granada’s equivalent; I’m always too smashed to remember by that point of the night. Probably something by Los Planetas!

  3. says:

    17 agosto, 2015 at 12:55 pm

    Great post, Lucy. Interesting to see a Brit finally call out the Spaniards’ drinking habits – it’s usually presented as a chaste nation of lightweights compared to their steaming northern counterparts. It’s common to see people downing beer and whisky-laced coffee at 10am in Barcelona, and I still don’t know how they pull this off.

    • says:

      31 agosto, 2015 at 7:46 pm

      Thanks, Julie! You’re right, a cheeky caña with almuerzo and an even cheekier carajillo are very common. But like I said in the post, maybe the Brits take it a little too far sometimes – and especially on Spanish soil which doesn’t help things!

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