Bodega Real Hotel
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... got warm and toasty in the Spanish sun. On the way back around5:00 me Rachel and Tom stopped and got little sandwiches for dinner then gelato. We said out goodbyes and were back on the ship half an hour before ship time. This port 3 people got drunk tanked and 17 people got dock time. Not bad kiddies. It was really fun seeing Rachel and just so natural to be with someone you’ve known for such a long time. Rae if you’re reading this then thanks ...
... and leaps. Then there are some carriages with teams of one, two
and four horses which turn in very tight circles, and is really quite good. The
tractor is next. It comes in as there is an interval and scrapes the sand flat
ready for the next horses; people take pictures of the tractor, because they
are not permitted during the show.
And the tractor leaves to a rapturous
Then we have the last part with the eight, all circling ...
... last of our sandwich fixings for dinner and headed to the beach for a walk. Out was already 7:30 and the sun didn't look like it was even a little bit close to setting.
The beach was nice, long with white sand. The boardwalk consisted of two halves, one next to the sand which was meant for walking/cycling/running and the other that was being the walking boardwalk. This one was filed with the food and stores for the area. Everything ...
... days that I have been in Cádiz, I met more than ever. These Germans were very tall, around 6' 5” and sisters travelling during their vacations. They had started in a beach town in Málaga and by foot and by hitchhiking they made their way to Cádiz. They were some of the most adventurous people that I have met. After chatting with our new roomies, Hannah and I went back out to see the “old part”of town of the Casco Antiguo. We hung out on the beach for ...
My only disappointment was not to see the Rock of Gibraltar. We sailed by it during the night and even if I did stay awake, I probably wouldn't have made it out in the darkness. We arrived with gale force winds, and everyone in sweaters. They misled me to believing it would be cool. The weather is much warmer than weather.com predicted, so I don't have enough light weight clothing. I may have to do some shopping : )