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... were all on separate field trips with SAS. The boys went to a random marsh thing where they harvested ocean salt and caught fish and cooked it and ate it and got blisters but I hung out in Cadiz because we had to little time there. We got off the ship and just strolled around before finding a tourism map and deciding to walk the coast of the little peninsula to see the sights. We saw the massive cathedral first, which can be seen from practically ...
... of the bodegas Tio
Tio Pepe has done a very good job on its tours. They only
have two a day, but generally, there are a few different languages depending on
the travellers wanting to taste the Sherries, Jerez is famous for. They took us
through the bodegas, the name for the storage sheds, of their Sherries and
brandies, and then we get to taste! This is different as they will bottle their
sherry as young as three years and the colour of the ...
... must have been making a whistling noise when I drove to empty the tanks but was masked by the noise from the microphone on the back camera we use when manoeuvring. It became apparent as I drove towards the main road. The noise appeared to be coming from the front of the bus, not the engine, which is at the back. I took the cover off and couldn’t see anything, rang StingrayRV for help and finally found a small hose had come ...
... was Coke Zero.
Restored enough to walk around we went to the tourist information office and got the skinny of the events of the week and purchased a bus ticket. Once we get settled in Jerez tomorrow we are going to ...
... which allowed me to see the other Castles (not open to the Public), but which stand on guard of Cadiz – Candelaria and San Sebastien. Each was to guard one side of the sea. The great thing about San Sebastien is that it is attached to the land by a long walkway – Paseao Perry Junquero – which is probably about a half a km long right out into the sea. I ran out along it and the slice of Spanish life along it was great ...