Even the younger ladies!
But the day of San Isidro is very much a religious occasion. Many believers come to mass before the celebrations begin.
Practising my Spanish I stopped briefly to hear the sermon. Somehow I doubt the priest saw the irony I found in his lesson against "superstition".
But after the religious bit, it's time for eating.
The picture of the huge Paella, above, requires a humerous caption. What is the chef saying to the bearded man? Why is he waving a stern finger? Suggestions in the comments section if you feel inclined.
Toasted ear for anyone?????!!!
Yum!!! Churros!!And a time for fun.