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... going to have an even bigger parade here, and you’ll here more “down with the French!” shouts. I finish off my tour with a hike through the modern part of town which is pretty boring compared to the historical sector, but still important to explore for a holistic view of Cadiz. 0686. Small Town Folks are Different (Sp 015, 10B-038) Puerto Real, August 1, 2010 Day 334: 3 hours, 4.7 kms From Cadiz I take a bus to yet another of the cluster of ...
... for the night. I met Rachel in front of the government building in the main square at10:30 then we walked to the bar to meet my friends and celebrate Adam’s birthday. We just drank Spanish beer (which has absolutely nothing on Belgium beer, and really isn’t great) and me and rae caught up and talked about our programs. I’ve obviously traveled more but she is still getting to do a low of weekend travel in the area and is living with a ...
... br> and then finding possibly the worst lunch for the trip. We didn’t realise the
place was a franchise for lunches, but it was still ok, just a bit boring
really. We decide that since we were in a horsey town, we’d take the horsey
taxi. We say, you go to Alcazar? He says, “Si, I take for whole town”. So we
get the price and we pay 40Euro for an interesting town tour, that takes us
through all of the old town we’d been lost in over ...
... amp; somehow picked I was an Aussie. I decided against the earphones to hard to wear & stand & take photos. So the boston kept telling me what they were saying. Lucky me! Also lucky for me a seat next to dad came free so off I went. I got settled sitting on my feet, lucky I am good at doing that at work. We went around the beaches of Cadiz beautiful beaches, white sand & long stretches but nothing like ours. They even have soccer & ...
... as far as the eye could see.
Dotted along the beach were soccer goals with the local children and teenagers running, dodging and weaving, keeping the football in their possession with instinctive skill. GOAL!
The celebrations filled with laughter and smiles.
Just back from the beach in the old city, we found the famous cathedral – its dome decorated in gold so sailors long ago ...