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... Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas, arrive and pull into a nearby dock.
It’s massive compared to Insignia, with thousands of passengers and many more amenities that we have.
Insignia can carry a maximum of 684 passengers.
But even with all of those people from the two ships in port, Cádiz was definitely not overrun with Americans. We heard a lot more spoken Spanish than ...
... ceviche, and aubergine strips in an amazingly light tempura batter. Tonight it's Saturday, so we've eaten in with chicken cooked in oloroso, yum, soon out to the flamenco bar. It's a tough life! I stood on the roof terrace this afternoon, looking out over the rooftops, Palm trees and church spires thinking that it's going to be very hard to leave in a few ...
... one of Spain’s many hilltop white towns, to wander around and have dinner. The next day we visited an open air art gallery run by the NMAC Foundation. The Foundation invites artists to create projects that become part of the landscape. We had a nice hike through the pine forest with the added bonus of seeing the interesting art installations. All four girls enjoyed creating their own projects in the workshop afterwards. It was a unique place.
... ourselves into the complex we had stayed in when the family came. We packed our bags, left the bus for them to drive into the enclosure as they had to move boats and vehicles out of the way and set off back to Fuengirola, with a side trip to Gibraltar.
We had about an hour’s wait at the border then got lost in the streets trying to find the cable car, which takes you to the top of the Rock. It was a beautiful ...
... bus ride away, and were very fortunate that the border was open. We had tried to visit the Rock about 35 years ago, but it was closed then for different reasons. There have been fishing disputes with Spain recently, and only yesterday news reports said the border might close today! Not that there is much to see, but we were pleased with our day out. We had some good British guides to tell us about the history, politics and economy of this unique ...