Thank you for the one left at the Pilgrim House - a pleasant surprise when I dropped in back in 2018.We have donated ukuleles in Salamanca, Ribadiso da Baixo and at Pilgrim House in Santiago. Bring an extra and donate somewhere. Maybe other could leave their favorite instrument. P.S The Ukulele originated in Portugal.
Yes, I play Cielito Lindo and Volver, volver, which are very popular where I live.Depending on where you plan to play and for whom, you could do worse than learning "Cielito Lindo" and "Las Mañanitas". Lots of tabs on the internet, you can choose up to your ability. Everybody knows Cielto Lindo for a sing-along and it'll always be someone's birthday somewhere. Decent language practice, too, if you learn all the verses. By the way, you don't "juego" (jugar) the uke, you "toco" (tocar) the uke. Make friends, entertain people and maybe make a few euros!
I have a hand built wooden ukulele and I'm open to case ideas.
I went the other way and looked for a ukulele to take camping with me and survive rather than a case to protect my sopranos or tenor ukes.I have a hand built wooden ukulele and I'm open to case ideas.