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... 8217;m told. This may be partly true, but there’s definitely another side to the coin as well. I ponder this as I take a shortcut through the rubbish strewn fields. Ahead of me is a beautiful Gypsy girl in the typical colourful flowing skirt in high heels making here way through the ugly landscape heading to town. I see in her face a determination to feel self-respect and be respected… a real challenge, I’m sure. I finally reach the suburb of ...
... of the cross. We were a couple of hours late leaving Stansted and about an hour and a half late arriving in Seville. The young lady next to Anita came from Cadiz so Anita asked if she knew any Valeros, but she didn't.
At one stage on the flight Anita woke me from my nap so she could get our of her seat and looking out the window I saw some snow capped mountains. I assumed that these were the Pyrenees and soon after the pilot confirmed that they were and ...
... If anything, I could have used a chain to have a large one. Gave him the details of Omar's poor treatment of locals in Suriname and Guyance. My review of the trip generally put him off on it for the time being.
Back for the basic drill of the trip, 13 of 16 present. I am sharing with Keith. John always gets his own room due to his snoring. Dropped the bags and readied to go walkabout.
The Parasol is Seville's newest attraction. It's a bit of a ...
... its number 1 economy. The cobble stoned old town is filled with windy roads curving at which ever direction, pretty easy to get lost, anyways, my phone GPS comes to the rescue and found myself walking toward the massive Gothic cathedral. It is supposedly the third largest Catholic basilica in the world after Rome and London. It is on the Guinness book of world record for the being the biggest catholic cathedral in the world in terms of area. It is ...
... of tourist could be seen in homogeneous groupings huddling together under umbrellas in obvious fear of interaction with anyone else (or the rain by now reduced to an occasional spit)( which was what I felt like doing in their general direction).
It was time to depart the romantically Romanesque Ronda although we needed to find sustenance for the day ahead. Perhaps my only criticism of this place is that breaky doesn't seem a high priority. We found a lonely lil cafe that ...