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There wasn't a whole lot here that we intended to see but the hotel prices were cheap, it was close to Seville, Rota, and Tarifa, and it was on a beach. So once we finally got to the city edge, we managed to miss one exit which made us take a very ridiculous route to get back to the hotel adding on another 45 minutes of driving that was not …
... for coming out, I hope you truly have the best semester ever and I’ll see you back in the states <3
TOMORROW IS MOROCCO. In our preport they scared everyone a little because they told the blondes to tie back their hair or they might be harassed and we have to cover up and blah blah blah. I hope kids take it seriously… a lot of the girls on the ship are from California and dress as if they’re not used to wearing clothes. So… ...
... 24hours, with some
broken English commentary of what things were. “Santa Maria Catedral, to da
Riiiight”, etc. towards the end of the tour, he trots straight past the
starting square and he points us to the main street. This wide boulevard had
all shops and taverns, people all over and straight along it, the Alcazar and
the bodegas, we’d been searching for. We head down the street and then around
the Alcazar to the famous award winning ...
... inland, the centre of sherry production where Senor y Senora toured the oldest bodega and sampled the goods. All are within a half hour drive of the campsite. Although Mojacar was very pleasant, it did feel like living in a British enclave. If we winter again in Spain, Senor y Senora would head here.
Marzo 19th Dia de la Tormenta
They have had a habit of following me around - L'Orage en Francais - Il Temporale in Italia - but the ...
... make their money from cattle and famously bulls. We drove through the main area where the bulls are bred and raised for the Spanish bull fighting and bull running. These bulls (great big beasts with massive horns) are bred and then left wild for up to five years until they are ready to be sold for use in the fights and runs. Although I am not keen on these activities the guide pointed out that without them these bulls would be extinct within 20 years as there ...