La Tomatina is a festival held in the Valencian town of Bunol, Spain where participants throw tomatoes and get involved in this tomato fight just for entertainment. The festival was launched in 1945 and has been held on the last Wednesday of August. This year around 22,000 people were participating in this gigantic tomato throwing fight. Well, it sure looks fun.
After the dildo factory, it's time to see how they build vagina replicas. Czech porn actress Eufrat Mai is the woman whose 'wahjeena' is replicated for men all over the world to have fun with.
Tourists who come to Spain should visit Sevilla’s icon, the largest wooden structure in the world called The Metropol Parasol that undoubtedly turns heads. Its size is 150 x 70 meters. This huge structure covers restaurants, bars, a plaza, archaeological site and farmer’s market. Besides, there is a panorama deck at the top of it from which you can enjoy amazing views of Sevilla.
This “Villa Colani” with 10,700 square-feet of living space behemoth of a house worth $28 million, is now my dream residence. It was designed by Luigi Colani (Germany) and built in Spain. It introduces beautiful views, gorgeous interior and exterior, spectacular location and many other amazing details you can find inside this post.
Yesterday was the World Cup final match between Spain and Netherlands. For the first time in their history, Spain won! Congratulations. For some people it was even not that big news, because octopus Paul aka "octopus oracle" predicted Spain's victory in their 2010 World Cup final soccer match against Netherlands by choosing a mussel, from a glass box decorated with the Spanish national flag instead of a glass box with the Netherlands flag. Paul had correctly picked Spain as winner against Germany in the semi-final match.
In this post, you’ll see the best moments from this World Cup as well as the celebration ceremony for winners.
Thousands of tourists and residents in Spain sprayed each other with wine during the famous San Fermin bull-running festival. This is a street drinking party that lasts for 9 days. “Viva San Fermin!,” this traditional shout from the City Hall balcony started the festival. It was followed by the firecracker’s firing called the chupinazo.
Regardless of its name in Spain, it should be called bulls chasing people as the photos in this post show. More than a couple of people had some rather close calls. It could have been much worse had there not been a body of water nearby.