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... up the Mediterranean Sea and some lovely mountains which would have seen fierce fighting during the a Civil War. We trundled across La Mancha but the famous windmills that tormented Don Quiote were always on the wrong side for me to get a photo. Dramatic scenery saw us head on towards Cordoba and finally fields of sunflowers wilted as Seville drew nearer. I think it ...
... br> seems my only), my first “ah ha, THAT’S what beauty is “. My first connection
to drawing and therefore art. So the
appreciation runs deep, especially after such an emotionally charged week! Wish I had more photos of the animals, but
you can’t photograph the show.
So I prayed/ intended the best outcome at the house, and
sent a simple letter of resignation in both languages to the family. When I got
So, last last weekend i was in Cadiz. (march 8-9) sorry it took so long!!!
Cadiz is an ocean town right at the southern most point of Spain. Cadiz is considered to be one of the oldest continuously habited places in all of Europe, and thats saying something because Europe is OLD. Unfortunately, i didn't really notice an essence of history so much as an essence of party till you can't kind of mindset.
we chose this weekend ...
... pictures, each of which was the best picture I had ever taken, began to confuse me.
On Sunday, we took another bus to Arcos De La Frontera, a small city in the hills about two hours inland. Andalusia, the southernmost state in Spain, of which Arcos is a part, is known for its "pueblos blancos" (white towns). In Arcos, all the city's buildings were painted bright white! Being built on a large cliff, the city offered some fantastic views of the south Spain countryside. ...
... puts us into a heavy sleep and we seem to find it harder to get up each morning. Last night however, after leaving Cadiz and heading up to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal we experienced some heavier seas in the night. I got up and looked out and was surprised I could see anything but the lights of the boat lit up the sea sufficiently to see that the waves weren't anywhere as big as they felt....
Tomorrow onto Lisbon