Exposed to foreign cultures from a young age, including trips to Gambia and Russia as a teenager, Teresa loves meeting people from all over the world. Her true love affair is with the Medieval World and its culture and customs, with a marked interest in Jewish history. Ask her anything relating to the architecture, music, arts & crafts, poetry and dance of those times, and she’ll surely impress and delight you with her reply. She also makes a point of explaining how those ancient customs are reflected in today’s society: “In order to know the man of today, we must first know his past”. With Teresa, you shouldn’t miss the chance to experience the quaint, local neighborhood of Gracia (once a separate village, incorporated into Barcelona only 100 years ago). Marvel as she tells you her tales of the birth-place of the “Rumba Catalana”, one the many dances in her repertoire. If you’re lucky, she’ll tell you about the time she ate a ‘tapa’ of camel’s tongue!