I know, I know, I can hear you say – What! You are writing about Christmas already, but the festive season is only eleven weeks away, already there are adverts on the telly about Christmas. Soon, every shop window will be festooned with colourful baubles and stars and twinkling lights with lend even the most dingy street a magical image, like Fairyland.
Here in Spain they go for Christmas in a big way, although the festive season for some Spanish isn’t until the 6th January, a national holiday, to celebrate ‘The Day of the Kings’ – ‘El Dia De Los Reyes.’
January 6th is a very special day throughout Spain. It is a day for the family to come together for a special meal, gift exchanges and time together. It is very much like Christmas Day in North America or northern European countries. Nowadays, both Christmas Day and January 6th…
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