Original YT playout date: 23 May 2008
“In the third part of Huliganov’s Madrid series we get into the old town centre of Madrid.
The song at the beginning of this series, which many of you have asked about, is available to purchase on
If you buy it there, I get 4 cents.
I don’t need 4 cents, so buy it somewhere else if you can get it cheaper!”
Continue reading “In Old Madrid (Huliganov’s Madrid Experience #3)”
Original YT playout date: 18 May 2008
Another chance to see my colleague Kasia, as we walk around in Madrid, drinking water and seeing booksales. Continue reading “Walking in Madrid (Huliganov’s Madrid Experience #2)”
Original YT playout date: 6 April 2008
A Most Memorable Meal was something I recently was treated to by business partners in Barcelona. You can see it, unfortunately I can’t pass on the taste or the smell of it but suffice it to say it was perfect.
For all I know there may be a whole lot more such restaurants in Barcelona, but I can wholly recommend this one, Restaurante La Dama on Avinguyda Diagonal.
Continue reading “Huliganov’s Barcelona Experience #4 – Una Comida Memorablisima”
Playout date: 5 May 2007
Viktor Huliganov has a large loricariid heavy with eggs but with no males to mate with, hanging around his ear.
Continue reading “Huliganov sings Iglesias”
|Video number in my collection
||31 July 2006
||31 July 2006
||Home on the terrace
||Amapola, Spanish folk song
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||9 October 2010
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Fue visitado por Antonio Salvador Bau Montoro, un conocido artista y amigo mio de Espana, y cantamos juntos la cancion “Amapola”.
I was visited at the office by a friend of mine from Spain, the well-known singer and Aloe vera farmer Antonio Salvador Bau Montoro, and we sang the song Amapola for your enjoyment together, the first of three Spanish duets we did off the cuff.
Unfortunately we hadn’t had time to practice, it was all off the cuff, and we weren’t anticipating the frequent key changes in the track. We also couldn’t hear it as well as the computer picked it up, so the last verse is truly discordant on this. That is probably why more folk have disliked this one than liked it. It was fun though.