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We had some issues getting the video to start. I don't know why. But we figured it out (I think).
If you keep clicking the "Previous video" video (the one that is in the upper screen) - it will start the video.
Yeah, I don't know how this all works...but that should get it started.
So, just click on the video - if you get a message that says you need a plug in...just keep clicking on the video ...
... But then, I heard the waves crashing into the sand, and the rhythmic melody was so distracting. And I couldn't blog.
I had really thought that maybe I could blog on days where it's cloudy or rainy. But, its hasn't rained a drop and there hasn't been a cloud in the sky, since we got here. So that hasn't worked out either.
The other day I set aside time just to blog, and figured I would just suffer through it. You know, just gut it out. But then the kids wanted ...
... cathedral and a very impressive Moorish fortress called "Alcazaba". Almost completely restored and huge. The wind was getting a bit annoying and colder. Than we walked through the shopping streets for a bit and ate some churros which were miammiii. We walked some more and had some tapa's later on in a bar called "La Boheme", ...
... signals and picking out this or that word to piece all that together...but we could be totally wrong.
So, we are going somewhere on Monday to do something with some people....basically we have no idea what to expect. But, once again we will just go for it and go into the unknown hoping for new experiences and great memories.
Oh, wait, I do know one thing that will happen on Monday. We will rely on old fashioned communication because that stupid app is not making another appearance!
... the Summer Holiday which will see them through to September. About twelve weeks. After breakfast, we take a drive to Ugijar and wander about the market which is a bit of a social event for the locals. Mostly cheap clothes, household wares and a few food stalls. Delicious tapas of chorizo, blue cheese, bread and goat cheese with a beer and then wind our way back up to 1000m for a quiet afternoon in Mairena. We want to make the most of the opportunity to relax ...