Behind the scenes at Cortijo La Zapatera, interview Rasja
So much goes on behind the scenes at Cortijo La Zapatera. We like to give our readers a glimpse into how the magic is made. So we thought you might like a sneak peek behind the curtain. Get to know us in our new series of blogs. The first in series; We are Cortijo La Zapatera. This is us. Part 2.
We asked Rasja Post a few rapid fire questions. Enjoy!
What is your role at Cortijo La Zapatera?
Owner, marketing manager, sous chef, interior designer and garden manager.
Which activities do you find enjoyable to do?
Making our B&B look and work perfect in the gardens and make them as beautiful as possible.
What is your next project within Cortijo La Zapatera?
Painting 60 columns of the sun terrace in terracotta
What is your favorite place at Cortijo La Zapatera?
The sun terrace.
What is your favorite restaurant in Canillas de Aceituno?
Which fiesta do you advise your guests to experience?
The Semana Santa, the holy week before Easter. During this week, daily processions take place in which brotherhoods carry enormous statues of Christ and Mary on enormous platforms with grand display. The processions are both impressive and beautiful to watch and the song and music make it a true spectacle.
What is your favorite time of the year?
All year round, the weather here is always lovely.
You are an expert in?
Make sure that our guests have a wonderful stay with us.
Other than life at Cortijo La Zapatera, share a hobby or two?
Writing, photography, gardening and traveling. Oh, that was four…
You wake you up for?
French fries with a spicy rice or noodle ball (Dutch snack) or sushi.
Share your daily habit! We know you have one.
Eyes open, breakfast in.
Hidden talent found at Cortijo La Zapatera?
I like writing blogs and give guests useful and personal information about this area.
Are you missing something from the Netherlands?
Not so much missing, but filet americain (a raw beef spread) would be delicious sometimes. And a beautiful bouquet of flowers.