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... the camping style with a night in the lovely Parador de Carmona, a Moorish castle converted into a wonderfully atmospheric hotel. It was really great to see her and go out for dinner, walks down the coast, exploring Jerez. I've met a few other people, but otherwise largely hanging on my own, reading and doing some writing. Due to start making my way back up to javea and then france for christmas :) Had a glass ...
... about taking photos of video during the show so we unfortunately we dont have any photos of the actual show. We do have alot of the horse training outside though.
(See below for more info on the show).
After the show we wandered to the centre of the old Jerez town for a great Tapa and Sherry lunch. There was a bit of a punch up at the resturant as a street musician was beaten up by another. The police ...
... Fine sands, long beach and beautiful blue water. There was one kiteboarder still enjoying the last puff of wind. We hear it'll be very windy tomorrow. I would like to witness the countless number of kites in the air that Tarifa is famous for!
We had dinner at the town square (where I mistakenly ordered squid which turned out to be the whole gigantic squid grilled...!), and went back to the room. We need to catch up on sleep tonight...
... the rest - here and the one in The Camargue. If anything, I'd place this one "numero uno". I can swim in the Atlantic and walk through undulating pine forested sand dunes. Not only that but the area is vibrant with colourful spring flowers.
Marzo 17th 2013 Dia de St Patricio
Sunday was a particularly beautiful day. As we set off on our caminar through the dunes and onto the beach, I noticed that Seņor had developed a rather ...
... going to have a hard time readjusting to no beer and Spanish food at midday.
After lunch, we took a little walk to burn off some chocolate cake. The goal was to find the remains of a Roman Aqueduct. As it turns out, the "remains" are not much more than some stones with holes in them, lined up next to each other. So it wasn't that impressive. But the walk felt good.
We spent the rest of the day continuing to toast on the beach ...