[I'm making up for lost time with my blog and posting quite a bit today, be sure to scroll down and get caught up!]
Natasha discovered this awesome medieval fair on the way home from work the other day, and we had to see it for ourselves. It was just like a Renaissance Fair in the States, but more legitimate since this country actually boasts medieval history. Hah!
The trinket stands and vendors were pretty cool. Natasha and Arisa bought some beautiful rings (I abstained for once!). Chelsea and Alex bought matching leather bracelets. You know, generally pseudo-medieval stuff. The best part? THE FOOD. I feel like my mom. I think a good percentage of my blogging revolves around Spanish grub. Meh.
To everyone at home who has heard me speak of this miracle that is part burrito/part gryo, here she is. THE CHAWARMA:
Chelsea bought a plump baked potato filled with ham, cheese, spices and ketchup. (Don't judge! It was delish.)
Now that I think of it, it's really convenient that this fair took place right as I started my Spanish Literature: Renaissance and Baroque class.
The only thing it was missing? Turkey legs. ¡Viva America! (And its horrid misconceptions of the Renaissance. Hah!)