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21 January 2009
Join us for churros con chocolate today, we just can't stop eating them!

Join us as we head off to Estepona for our breakfast, churros con chocolate!  The sun was shining today but it was quite cold so we needed some hot churros to keep us going.  Watch the churros being made and pick up some Spanish at the same time!

 



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16 Comments

Mary said:
21 January 2009 @ 13:52

Very nice. I can just imagine the taste. Thanks


el churro said:
21 January 2009 @ 14:27

Short and sweet. Very good, enjoyed the show today.


jaylo said:
21 January 2009 @ 14:53

I think that was a really good idea but the sound levels were terrible. I could barely hear what you were saying because of the background noise. Pity.


paul said:
21 January 2009 @ 15:27

I thought it was great,it was obviously a busy place so you have to expect some noise. I suppose a better mic would help though. Keep em coming.


Andrew said:
21 January 2009 @ 15:34

Sounds like I rubbed Justin up the wrong way (although I did say it was 'constructive criticism') after show 1. Show 2 was an improvement, more relaxed, by both Justin and Susan. HOWEVER, as Jaylo posted, there needs to be some check on the sound, with background noise. So, it was Churros and chocolate for breckie in Estepona. It was interesting to note the comment by the cocinero (cook) when stating that churros was the 'only traditional thing' that remained. What about Paella?? And, with the price being 11.40 euro, I don't think it was value for money - not in the current climate of the credit crunch - and the value of the Euro/£. The cost being around £11 - for churros, chocolate and coffees. Now then, where was I? Could you please pass the jam and marmalade. Oh, I'd like egg, bacon, sausage, beans, toast and mushrooms, thank you waiter.



Sean said:
21 January 2009 @ 16:01

Andrew, if you're just after a fry-up then why do you have an interest in Spain? Maybe you should stay in England. Chill out.


Janet said:
21 January 2009 @ 16:45

I had churros last time I was in Spain but didn't know about the chocolate so will remember that for next time. Andrew, maybe Spain just isn't for you.


Anna said:
21 January 2009 @ 16:53

Really enjoyed the show today. I think it is better slightly shorter and less rambling.
I thought your bill was much cheaper than we had to pay in Valor in Denia when we wanted our children to try churros. Would love to see some more scenic background shots of your town when you are out and about.
Thank you for adopting my suggestion about the Spanish words, now if only Andrew would stop the snide comments...


Leo said:
21 January 2009 @ 16:54

I'm really enjoying your shows. keep 'em coming
We have actually eaten churros at that very establishment.
I love churros, but found those ones particularly greasy.
The Chocolate was also very thin and just ran off the churro.
Not an enjoyable experience, but your specialist treatment looked very tasty. The trouble they will take to impress celebrities aye?
Cheers
Leo.





Sandra said:
21 January 2009 @ 17:37

Oh, blow the diet !!

These are just my kind of programmes. I can't wait for my next trip to Spain and dunking those churros in that thick, thick chocolate. MMmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!

It is a pity about the sound quality though.


cafeconleche said:
21 January 2009 @ 18:18

I LOVED the noise it reminded me of Spain!! I also love Chocolate y churros yum! Really enjoyed all 3 programmes. It's great to have a little bit of Spain in the afternoon! Well done for such a positive start! And like you asked in the beginning, I'm sure most of us are very happy to be patient as you work on tweaking what is a brand new project. ;o) Cafeconleche.


Susan said:
21 January 2009 @ 22:10

Brilliant, very entertaining.Can`t wait to come back to Spain and try churras with chocolate!


Marcus said:
22 January 2009 @ 00:01

Great show - can't wait to come back to Spain. Shame about £/Euro! Your website is excellent and I am looking forward to the next show. How about featuring ideas for new things to do or see when visiting Andalucía and the Costa Del Sol?


Andrew said:
22 January 2009 @ 10:09

So, not only have I riled Justin, I have also riled Anna (snide comments); Janet (maybe Spain isn't for you) and Sean (chill out).
I think that you have all missed the point here. Firstly, I posted 'constructive criticism' after Show 1. I can't recall anyone not learning by their mistakes. And I posted comments after Show 2. With regards Anna's 'snide comments' remarks. Where are you coming from? Re: Janet (Maybe Spain isn't for you). You couldn't be more wrong Janet!! Just because I have aired my views, which you don't agree with, then (in your opinion) Spain isn't for me. I love Spain, the weather, the food, the people, wine, etc.
And Sean (chill out) I couldn't be more chilled - It's freezing in the UK - and I can't wait to get back to Espana! :)<


Norman Sands said:
22 January 2009 @ 11:35

Good fun, but does it compare with £1.99p for a full english down at Wetherspoons up to 12.00 am and if at that time you fancy a pint of IPA 99p.
What is with all the clothing? You and the others on the street have got more on than I have in wet and windy Kent, are you all softies?
Keep it up.
Norman


andrew said:
22 January 2009 @ 12:02

Steady on Norman, or you will have Justin, Anna, Janet and Sean after you. Good comments from you Norm. I sampled a pint of IPA myself on Sunday for 99p. The food and drink in the UK is cheaper than in Spain - now that the Euro has crashed - whether we like it or not this is fact. So, stop the bashings for the posts sent. It's an open forum, and as long as sense it talked, no harm's done. To Justin and his team, yes, keep up the good work on eyeonspain, it is a creit to you all.



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