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Today we drove to Chipiona in Spain.The weather was coolish and overcast but we decided to go despite this. Chipiona is situated on one of the quieter stretches of the Costa de la Luz. We arrived parked the car on the outskirts and wandered around until we found the main area. This is an area popular with Spanish tourists.Spaniards travel from Seville from July to August to enjoy the iodine rich spa waters. King Fernando 111 re ...
... Europe from Morocco. A fantastic sight! Also great to see was the line of beautiful horses that went by as we were queuing for entry. I think it must have been a riding school as mostly it was kids, all dressed in formal black riding gear, with adults in the classic Spanish black riding suits with flat black hats with wide brims, and the White Spanish riding school horses that Jerez is famous ...
... 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.
... The so called Main Street was filled with the usual chain stores, plus a multitude of souvenir shops. The so called African market was a collection of fruit stands and tourist souvenirs. As there were four large cruise ships in port the old town was swarming. McDonalds, with free internet was a zoo. So many people on line that their wifi ground to a halt. Back to the ship and the comforts it provides. David from my iPad New home phone: 905 582-5168 Freeport phone 242 ...
... was ham, chorizo, cheese, potato chips and olives plus two cerveza.
It was good but greasy. Then our evening walk, wondering around the small streets and not knowing were we were. Eventually we found our way home and got a sweet treat. Poor Marty, this diet really doesn't agree with him. I would not be surprised if we came home a few pounds heavier.
Home and to bed. Tomorrow dressage.
We didn't fool around with trying to take the bus we ...