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... I ask these boys and both of them say that they feel well accepted by their peers-- although the Dominican boy says he misses life in the Caribbean. His mother runs a bakery right across from us, and she comes to listen too when I start strumming one of my livelier tunes. These are polite, thoughtful fellows-- it’s heartwarming to see that maybe, just maybe, multi-culturalism might work here in Spain. 0687. A Homey sort of Place (Sp 016, 10B-039) Puerto ...
It was another lazy day aboard again today I made a few fishing lures while Tracey did bits and bobs around the boat. I promised Yan I would make him a line to troll for tuna after seeing his telescopic rod he was using. When trolling for big tuna you need a heavy duty rig with 200lb line elastic snubbers and so forth, while I was making Yan's the Spanish guy on the next boat along also asked about how it should be done so I made one up for him also. Because the two I made looked ...
... Museum, Town Hall, Monuments, Roman Theatre, Castle, Fortress, Botanical Gardens, and Beaches!! Sound familiar???...yes indeed!!...but can it surpass Malaga that was seen today!!!...tbd...
Post Cadiz walkabout....and it was good ..saw all the above ...but only a 4 star compared to the 5 of Malaga. No shops open...just a huge flea market ( ...
... see in the photos, came out of the church and then had to be turned 90 degrees, not an easy process. They got a cadence going, thanks to the band were able to get the front turned while the back just did a little pivot. Enjoy the photos. More tomorrow as this goes on all week. I have a schedule for time and place and they seem to be right on time. Adventure Barbie
... encouraging, they weren’t so annoying. I bought a beautiful, and I mean beautiful scarf, and some other little trinkets for gifts. I spent some time talking to the merchants. I bought the scarf from a mother and daughter, and they were pleading with me to tell everyone that the shops the tour guides take us to are in cahoots. I assured her I knew this.
A very sweet man and his son sold me the other things (Rose Combs, you’ll ...