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... sat in a window seat watching the world go by and trying to make sense of a Spanish newspaper.
Next stop would be the Casa de las Conchas, the House of Shells, so called because of the 400 shell shaped carvings attached to the walls. It is now the public library, so we had to pop in to have a look. It was just like a modern English library. Computers and internet access, scruffy looking box files full of periodicals, shelves ...
... the main market. Many many types of fish, along with shrimp, snails, octopus, squid, and any other edible sea creature you can think of! Everyone had their own part in the market to sell the fresh catch they recently brought in. When the customer made a purchase, the seller cut up the fish right on the counter and handed it over. We definitely got to see some very interesting things.
After our touring and ...
... is not there this week.
We are heading for El Puerto de Santa Maria, which is across the bay from Cadiz. The site is Playa Las Dunas, (N36 35' 15" W6 14' 26"), an ACSI site, so 16Euro/night.
One of the attractions here is to visit Cadiz.
Thursday, we walk along to catch the ferry to Cadiz.
... to get another dose of cold, snowy, wet, windy, miserable weather. Look on the bright side, I'm sure the blog will cheer you up.
In the next thrilling installment; Senora trips the light fandango as she runs off with a Flamenco guitarist, Senor, as is his wont, builds an extension to the motorhome and I try to scare the living daylights out of anyone passing.
Adios per ahora,
Bruno (El Perro in heaven)
... d love to linger. To see Africa over the sea is a great temptation—I cannot wait to get there!
Our drive home was beautiful but packed with cars heading to the beach, so Antonio and I got in about 8 hours of car time—all in Spanish. I did pretty well, if I may say so myself!
We arrived at his house and I met his darling ten year old little boy, Antonio Jr., and we had a wonderful dinner of fresh seafood at a little ...