What I can say about my hometown? For me, my city is perfect and beautiful and I am proud of being born here. I live in Jerez de la Frontera, acity which, in my opinion, is the mother of flamenco. In addition, Jerez has given birth to the "Spanish Pharaoh" Lola Flores, an important figure in ourcountry.
I love living the holy week of my city because in those days all Jerez we are united by the same spiritual feeling and that is really touching. I alsolove my fair city; it's amazing all the people who visit us from all parts of Spain and foreign cities. Our winery and our wines are recognized and admiredaround the world, so our fair is so important and famous.
But I've realized the importance of my city now. When I was 18, I moved to Seville to studyCommunication and I have lived there for two years and I thought that Seville was the best city in the world. I liked Sevilla because it has many amenities places and Ihad freedom because I lived alone but I always had to go by bus to get from one place to another. So I missed walking to go to my favorite places. When Ireturned to Jerez some weekends I was very happy to be back in my hometown with my family near the beach.
Today, I live in Cadiz because I stopped studyingcommunication to study English and Arabic. Here I'm happy because I feel closer to home and I can go back every day when classes end. But although I'm still changingmy residence, I always want to return to Jerez because I grew up there and I lived all my childhood and adolescence, and that feeling can’t be replaced.