Aparthotel El Rocio
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... the tourist office to see if there was a show that day (usually only two shows per week) and they had sent a very unhelpful reply. The website had no indication that there was a show and wanted us to book a ticket for next month. When we arrived there were large banners from the light poles advertising the horse school but not a single hint on how to get there. We had researched and ...
... br> There was unbroken sunshine all day and the morning’s nice breeze turned into a hot wind, so I gave up on the track took my life in my hands to cross he railway and had a long stretch of road. Then there was a sign saying 'Las Cabezas de San Juan 4’. I made it, but only just.
The welcome to Las Cabezas is a notice from the Councli banning travelling salesmen. I was directed to a hostal, from where I was directed across the road to a similar establishment. ...
... pretty cool, but an even better place to escape the rain for a little while.
The rain was stilling coming down and even though I tried to entice Kim into a few bars that we passed I was unsuccessful as she was wet and getting cold. A night in Scooby it was. Flamenco in Cadiz maybe?!
The rain had finally stopped when we woke up this morning and we could see blue skies so we decided to head ...
... I do need to go back. Oh well, here goes! From here, my parents and I are spending a few days in Sevilla and then roadtripping it up the coast to France, then back to Madrid where they fly home on May 30th. From there, I'm flying to London, taking a train to Newcastle, to Edinburgh, to Glasgow, to Dublin, and then traveling Ireland for two weeks before flying home. Then I'm going down to DC for the Fourth of July. And then maybe I'll keep my feet on solid ground for awhile. We'll ...
... I speaking almost entirely Spanish between us, perhaps she realized it would be easier than she thought to communicate. Carmen ended up grilling the meat since I feared the hot oil that was spitting out of the pan every time we turned the fish. I also had a short moment of fear when I realized the fish wasn't deboned and had a LOT of spiky little bones that cut into my hand as I held them to clean them (flashbacks of fishbones stuck in my throat in China made me nervous), but it ...
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