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On our way to Seville we stopped for lunch in a lovely town called Tavira just a few km from where poor little Madeleine McCann was taken. A beautiful spot with a sad history. Arrived in Seville last night, another beautiful city with its old and new. Had our group photo taken outside the bullring. In the evening, off to a Flamenco show with dinner. Excellent. Had fig and goats cheese ...
... Time crept away from us whilst we were baking away on the beach and it came time to have dinner, Burritos. It is safe to say they weren't the best burritos I have had because the mince was a bit funny because we can't read Portuguese so we probably bought mince for dogs or something. The evening consisted of playing a few rounds of cards and chilling out after a perfect day spent scoping out ...
We arrived in Granada around midnight, so checked into our hotel in the Old Town. We would meet up with Malia on her birthday, June 9 - the next day. Hotel Lima was very nice, with lots of artworks and handcrafted touches. We were on a quiet side street but near a plaza with a fountain. The owner was very friendly and we seemed to be the only guests. The next day, we were awakened by the noise of hammering ...
... El Rocío to life, the Romería Del Rocío, amazingly, perhaps Spain's
El Rocío, in the middle of the Parque Nacional de Doñana, near the town of Almonte has a permanent population of about 700 people but for the weekend before Pentecost Monday as many as a million people can throng the streets where normally you might see one man and his horse. ...
... a home in each of them. Warm and cosy as long as it doesn't rain. Soaking up the arvo sun. Searched for and found the place in the cathedral to get our 'credential' sello (stamp) to say we started our Camino in Sevilla and then searched out and found the route out of town so we don't spend time taking an adventure we didn't plan on taking on Friday.
The street entertainment all around the city is fab tosay the least from old style Spanish guitar ...