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... we saw the town of Jerez famous for its sherry, and took a tour around a sherry and brandy 'bodega' or winery. We had a lot of fun learning about the process and then of course tasting the product and then buying the product (Sherry for us & Brandy for Mum!). From there we went on to Gibraltar, the southern tip of Spain where you can faintly see Africa in the distance which was exciting. We arrived to Granada late evening and after more tapas ...
... She has
done some travel similar to mine, the trusting/flexibility aspect, so she is
very empathetic in her hosting. Even more fundamentally, the ease and
peacefulness of cohabitating was mutually appreciated…we are both gentle, quiet
people and the apartment is filled with light, plants, and soothing energy. And
her place includes such wonders as a comfortable bed, modern plumbing and my
And I met Paul ...
... sitting next to me who it turned out was an ER physician practicing in the United Arib Emirates. His advise on medical school was to get down anatomy, physiology, and pathology and I would do just fine. We’ll see if he’s right.
I had my hostel room all to myself when I arrived back in the afternoon so decided that I would get a bit of laundry done so that I could stop wearing my underwear inside out. I ...
... Vicente is a member of the training team for the national dressage horse, Fuego, and no longer trains in Cordoba.
I was a little embarrassed that he had Cole and me as his students (Sahra went on a trail ride while we were getting our lesson, then got a lesson with Vicente after us) but he was very gracious and patient. He taught us some dressage moves, and Cole and I put on a very small dressage show for Sahra and another instructor!
... took the clock fountain apart to see how it worked and they were never able to get it back together properly, so now all twelve lions spout water at once!
The Generalife gardens were lovely, with many flowers, trees, shrubs, fountains, trickling water and still pools (water was very important to the Moors, a symbol of life). Because it was a hot day, it was so pleasant to walk in the shady gardens. We ...