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The market was the usual assortment of cheap shoes, clothes, handbags and other leather goods. Seņor y me are coerced into wandering reluctantly around the stalls. Surprisingly, it was Seņor who put his hand in his pocket to buy three pairs of boxers. The stall holder suggested XXL but Seņor would have none of it and plumped for L. In Senor's mind, he remains that athletically modelled rugby player of 30 years ago.
The golden ...
Cadiz was one of the original trading centers for Spain. It is one of the richest provinces. Temperature in Seville today is 94 degrees. Seville is rich in history. Parks are abundant as well as sidewalk cafés. The river ran through middle of Seville but has dried up so they made a plaza where the river flowed. On Sunday afternoon it was full of families. We saw several picnics and musicians in the ...
... in this certain area of Spain. We took a tour of the Tio Pepe bodega and drank some free samples afterwards, but I have to say, I didn’t care much for it- it has a very alchoholly smell that ruins the taste for me. Ate some more great food-gazpacho- so very yummy, and coquina’s –tiny clams with legs (kind of) in garlic butter, visited their beautiful cathedral and met up with some friends of hers at the beach.
Had a ...
... our request to the barman and we got the best hamburgers that they do. (Thanks, Matthew, it was a lovely meal). The couple of glasses of wine I had were very good too.
Then Rob drove me home, putting up with my wine-induced giggles. I don't know how he copes! (sorry Rob!). No good watching a DVD tonight - Captain Corelli will have to wait - I'm a wine-lightweight and far too drunk to concentrate!
... which was cool, so instead of going to bed we took a few long necks down to the beach, which was really nice.
The beaches in Cadiz are unreal. The sand is like flour and stays really warm through the night. Cadiz itself is pretty cool. It wasn’t ever offensively hot while we were there because there is a nice breeze that blows straight in from the ocean, so its actually quite refreshing. The main beach is pretty cool, kind of a little cove ...