I don't know whether this going to lead me anywhere, but I know where it took me the last few days.
Do you know, too? Well, it has absolutely nothing to do with the Bloggers Around the World theme we are talking about in a minute, but let me tell you something about it anyway.
Just a few days ago, I came home from the place where you can find the tower, but as I used as much time as possible together with my friends - or maybe even a bit more - it got quite late when I finally made my way home in my car. So I got into my car and tried to drive home back through unknown territory. Good, I managed to get back home safely. Yes, I know, that's always the trouble with all those stories told from the present into the past. The fact that the person telling you the story is still alive shows you he must have survived. Ah, so what's the point now to continue telling you something? Argh!
Fine I only had a voice from my smartphone telling me where to drive while there was just darkness around me for miles after miles. At times perhaps the only ones around me were deers and boars - so I'm lucky I didn't take anyone of those along (more luck than brain).
Anyway, things could have been worse, there could have been pouring rain. So, no big deal. However, I made it safely out of the darkness so I am able to write the round-up for August's Bloggers Around the World - Spanish Tapas.
The month was very short, for time went by so quickly - the way it is when you are enjoying yourself. Accordingly we have to keep this round-up brief.
Right at the beginning I like to show you some of the delicacies I did in my kitchen.Yes, you just read about them anyway as it was my last post. Let's focus then on someone else. After all this is not just about me here.
So, please tell me what I can do. Caroline from Caroline Makes ... entered first. What was it? A lovely Paella ...
Hm, yes, I know, but we keep it anyway ...
Who else got the chance to pause and stop by in this fast paced month? It was Jill from Lapin d'Or and More (I love that name ... eh ... judge for yourself which one I mean).
Jill made some wonderful tapas to share with us.
I especially liked the 'croute' of red peppers. You can see them in the top right part of the picture. It's a lovely combination of red peppers, cheese and almonds. What's not to love about that?
What do I love from the next dish, the pea and ham soup? For sure the green colour does a very good job.
At the end ... eh ... let me say thank you to all who had a share this month. As a token of my gratitude let me give you some flowers ...
I hope you all still like me tomorrow and beyond ...