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Travel Blogs from Cádiz
... the crowd waiting to board.
The time passed surprisingly quickly as we settled in to munch our way through a large back of crisps and sweets reading and chatting as the train rumbled across Spain. I love to travel like this watching the landscape slide past the window. First we headed down the coast through Tarragona and then inland to Valencia. The ...
... I feel like you are right here with me!
I had yesterday and today to fill in the “do wants” and get
back on track vibrationally. Immediately I met a retired flight attendant on
the bus to downtown Sanlucar. She gave me a different view of the town and some
tips, and confirmed that the family I was living with was unusual, in that many
Spanish families are fluent in the kitchen.
Here I was, teaching the 4 year old how to make ...
... the Caleta Beach and its numerous small boats moored in the harbour.
Further along was the Alameda Gardens with its hanging bougainvillea archways, magnolias, and hibiscus plus some large Moreton Bay Fig trees. There were also some lovely water features and topiary. Our journey brought us back to where the ship was docked so we spent some precious time accessing the Free Wifi at the port.
... We had traditionally American hamburgers and I HAD to have a shake. They didn't have on the menu the one I wanted, but I asked for it, a peanut butter chocolate shake. It was glorious! I am now convinced that God doesn't want me to be thin or He wouldn't have put something on this earth that I LOVE to eat the way I love peanut butter and chocolate together. The sounds I was making and the looks on my face must ...
... put me at ease as I have grown fond of the tiny cobble streets and stone buildings. We exited the bus and walked about until I recognized a street name from my directions.
Now, in the U.S. I can take directions just fine, but in Europe that has not been my strong point. Taylor had been the navigator for us in Córdoba and I always carried a map with me, just in case. This time I steered us to our hostal and my usual GPS Taylor, was impressed. Granted, you ...