So you're wondering where all the food is. Here's a picture of some churros to keep you going whilst you enjoy the last of the photos from the Spanish Quarter Street Festival.
Churros. Like finger food donuts. With extra ridges to catch those sweet granules of cinnamon sugar.
And perfect for dipping into thick hot chocolate too.
I meandered amongst the crowds which were loud and colourful...
before heading back to the stage, lured by the haunting strumming of a Spanish guitar.
Carlos Perez entranced the crowd with his light-fingered guitar work. At times it seemed like there were two people playing the achingly passionate melodies.
But then was a burst of colour of movement with the dancers from Latin Explosion. Those head-dresses are awesome.
This cute little kid must've been bopping away with particular energy, as suddenly he was plucked from the audience and lifted onto the stage to dance with this female.
He did a pretty good job too.
Capoerista performers extracted a series of ahhs and oohs with their fluid strength-flaunting feats.
So that was the Spanish festival.
Next stop: The Thai Food Festival
The third Spanish Quarter Street Festival was held on Sunday 13 November 2005.
This event takes place every November in Sydney's Kent and Liverpool Streets.
Related GrabYourFork posts:
Spanish Quarter Street Festival 2006
Spanish Quarter Street Festival 2005: Part I
Spanish Quarter Street Festival 2005: Part II
Spanish Quarter Street Festival 2005: Part III
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11/17/2005 10:58:00 p.m.