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One of the main things we wanted to do on the journey through this part of Spain was attend the famous Andalusian horse show in Jerez de la Frontera which we did today. This of course had to be preceded by a ride through another old town with narrow streets. We were in search of a parking garage and some policeman instructed us to this one in the heart of the old city. Of course afterwards we saw many outside the old town, ...
... on each cheek and one email address. The funny thing about the class was that you were to wear white and have a thick white mat to practice on. I was wearing hot pink and black with a green matt and a tiny white towel. They welcomed me anyway. I think we were practicing Hatha yoga, but Iīm not sure. I didnīt care. It was so fun.
The couple Iīm staying with is really really nice. Itīs like Iīm visiting old friends that I havenīt seen in a while. They love having me stay in ...
... warm. It was really busy with locals, but unfortunately there was lots of seaweed so we weren't tempted to go for a swim, although that did not stop the locals.
We then walked into the old town, which had amazing city walls, and had an Arabic feel.
We had a very expensive beer in the centre of the city but didn't fancy any of the food so ended up with the takeaway pizza slice instead, which was perfect!
Next stop was the costa'
... then walking around Jerez arguing about where to eat in the evening.
Jerez is a classy town with a lot of eating places and many sweet little squares with tempting sherry bars. We are very fond of this town as a family and plan one day to move here. It has also a long history having been a settlement for many years before the Moors settled it in the 800's. There is the remains of the Moorish fortifications and many of the churches have Moorish style bell towers that are ...
... about to join the Via Verde Ron realized that we had turned onto the Via Verde too soon, that hadn't actually been the proper turning. I knew that the end result must be the same though, since the Via Verde runs from Olvera to Puerto Serrano (where we were headed) and we were headed away from Olvera so it must be the right way. Also, if we went back and followed the route on the route cards we'd have to climb back up the hill we'd just sped down. I started cycling down the ...