Nobody Disturbs Siesta
My first Spanish lesson was administered by Dora the Explorer. Watching the show as a kid introduced me to some common Spanish words like hola, Abuela, gracias, and siesta. As a curious kid, of course, it is normal to search for the meaning of these words. And it somehow gives me a peek at the culture and tradition of Spain.
Usually, the early afternoon in Spain is for their siesta, which is their lunchtime. If you want to go shopping, at all costs, avoid going in the early afternoon. Locals advise that you do your shopping in the morning or just wait until they reopen in the late afternoon. No one can disturb their siesta.\