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Saturday, January 5, 2013


Today wear my new blazer from Mango. Sorry for the bad quality of the fotos, haven´t take my camera with me because had a lot of shopping to do.
Today is Reyes Magos (Three Kings day) ------a Spanish Christmas tradition that is marked by huge, spectacular parades in every city, town or village of the country, no matter how big or small.
Spaniards celebrate the arrival of the Kings with a joyful parade called the Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos. The kings ride upon horses or elaborate floats and throw goodies down to the children lining the streets. This is also traditionally the big opportunity for children to ask the Kings for presents.
That evening, before an early night in bed, children leave out their shoes in a spot where the Kings are sure to see them. The religious monarchs, just like Santa Claus, certainly love their sweets, so Spanish children often set out goodies to entice the Kings as well as hay to feed their camels. When morning arrives, children delightedly discover that the Kings nibbled the sweets, the camels ate the hay, and by their shoes there are wrapped presents just waiting to be torn into. 

Hoy pongo mi chaqueta nueva de Mango. Lo siento por la mala calidad de la fotos, no tome mi cámara conmigo porque tenía muchas compras que hacer.
Los siguiente no necesitan ser traducidos al español, cada uno de los españoles conocen el tradicional Día de Reyes.Les deseo mañana puede consegir todo lo que quieres desde Reyes Magos.


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