Casa Numero 7
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We are sad that we are getting ready to leave Sevilla tomorrow heading via Renfe high speed train to Madrid for the night then flying to Dubai on Sunday.
We have had an amazing time in Spain and also with the week side trip to Portugal (loved it).
We have met so many people so it is tough to leave.
Elio and Nati of the Productos de la Sierra Deli have been amazing and we recommend anyone visiting Sevilla to visit and ...
... obviously partisan crowd. We paused soon for a late arvo drink and reflected on plans around my disappearance at the bull ring. J has harboured a desire to participate in a Hamman bathing venue and after some nifty map reading (and loads of luck), we found the venue only to find today's sessions were all booked out. Damn. It would have been perfect for J to be cleansed of soul while I was watching the brutality of humanity. But we agreed tomorrow would be a perfect ...
... There were huge ornamental religious displays on the sides of buildings and Flamenco dresses and colorful dresses in almost every shop.
After settling in our hotel, we headed out on the town. The first thing we did was eat because all we had had that morning was coffee and a croissant. The woman at the front desk had made recommendations, but we couldn't find them for the life of us. After a while of looping around alleyways and doubling ...
... Here too, Customs and Immigration went smooth and quick.
If we would have taken an earlier ferry, we could have caught a bus directly from Tarifa to Seville. But this late, we had to take a free shuttle to get us to the bus station in Algeciras from where there are many buses going to Seville.
We crossed beautiful hilly terrain. Whitewashed homes with red tiled ...
... with a downhill on the boat to the ramp and then an uphill up the ramp to the wharf and no flat bit inbetween - this meant the tail bars were jamming on the ground; there was no clearance at all.
The ferry company then put "spotters" at the backs of the trucks so the drive onto the ramp could be better timed with the ebb and flow of the tide! Once a truck made it up the ramp, the driver got out and checked for damage; the ...