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Travel Blogs from Cádiz
... through the town. We visited the central market and bought couple of oranges and half kg of "Biwa" (It's the name I know in Japanese. I don't know the English name...), that was all only 1.6 Euro! So cheap!! The market was selling lots of fresh veggies and fruits, seafood and meat. And...snails!!! I've been noticing in Jerez and in Cadiz that many restaurants have the snail drawings on their blackboards outside with the writing ...
... about odd topics like smoking and horse racing and his wife and traveling. I understood him a little. Sam knew a bit of French also, so we practiced a bit. I'm proud to report that my french was pretty successful, better than Sam's French anyway, yayyyyy!! :) So we sat and chatted on the bus but when we got to Seville we went out separate ways because we were in different hostels. So I made my way to mine and met a nice New Zealand girl called Lauren, 27 year old police ...
... that you budget for extra excursions while you are studying abroad, and take advantage of the opportunities offered by your school! Usually you get a better deal when you travel in a group, AND you dont have to worry about buying tickets yourself! It's a great way to get to know the people you are in class with, and to learn about the culture in surrounding areas!
... cafe style, there was also an old man selling nuts from a big bag) as apparently this is the best mint tea out there (mint tea is a tangier specialty). Anyway, as soon as I got the tea a bee came to investigate, and then another... I'm not the biggest bee fan so I let them be for a while, until one of the bees drowned (got caught in the mint, theyre attracted to the tea coz its so sweet), and then another bee came, and ...
... back from the old city, and someone gave us
directions and walked several blocks with us, just to make sure we
made it. So all in all, I'm finding myself pleasantly surprised with
Classes start tomorrow, so I'll post
more details about my studies soon I've felt too overwhelmed taking
in the city for myself to take too many pictures yet, but expect
those to follow. For right now, here is a picture of the deliciously
over-sweet mint tea.