Fabulous Fish Display in Madrid

Fish & Hot Pepper with logo

Found this lovely monkfish with a pepper in its mouth while doing my daily walk on Calle Cava Baja in Madrid! I appreciate oddities wherever I travel and this goes in my book as one of the most RAW & RED statements EVER! Take This!

I was so lucky to stay next to Calle Cava Baja. You really feel the energy of people when walking on this street around the evening time. People are clinking their glasses of tinto de verano and red wine while conversing in exciting conversations. Spaniards love to travel in groups of 4 or 5, or at least that is what I picked up. Age was not a factor at all! I saw people in their 20’s to 30’s socializing with 50 and 60 year olds. How beautiful is that? Go check this street out and life will course through your veins.

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2 thoughts on “Fabulous Fish Display in Madrid

    • I have also heard them be called angler fish as well. Not sure why they call it monkfish. I’ve heard that they are also called a “poor man’s lobster” I just loved the picture of it because of the pepper. Hope all is well in Barcelona! Still jealous that you get to live abroad in a beautiful country. I hope to have a vacation home in the the future (that will be a long time!!!!!!!!!!)

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