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... sailing out of the harbor for the day.
We walked all around the city next and found ourselves churros and sangria, which I was just informed is a total tourist drink. Awk. But we shopped and drank for the rest of the afternoon together, in total consuming about two liters of the delicious Spanish nectar all together (I regret saying it; just let it go). We got back to the ship around 5:00 and met the boys for dinner. We all got changed to go ...
but happy, and head to the Alcazar. We look at it, decide there are not enough
hours to give it credit, so we head back to the hotel for a freshen up before
heading out once again for a meal.
Whoops. Didn’t expect to rest that much, and as Anne was not
feeling the best, we heading out of the hotel, across the square and ate at a
little Italian restaurant, which was quite nice for a change, without the usual
plethora of meats.
... croquettas, choco (lighty breaded calamari rings) , manchego cheese and tinto de verrano (summer wine: red wine with carbonated lemonade and fruit -muy Bueno! ) it was so nice to hang out with everyone without the stress of school hanging over our heads. It was quite an international group-Australia, Sweden, Spain and England and US and interesting to hear us teaching English to our students in all our different accents. What an awesome bunch of people, ...
... canisters as we walked in. We bought a pack of four. Hopefully that'll be enough to keep us warm until we're back at home, but if not at least we now know where to get them from.
Being in Conil we walked around the streets for a bit and settled at a streetside bar for a morning coffee. We also found a Mercadona supermarket and bought a few pain au chocolates for elevensies later. Corrie enjoyed a run around on ...
... Tower - READ THE CAPTIONS ON THE PICTURES FOR MORE INTERESTING FACTS!
We had a wine tasting, as well as an explanation about the wine culture in Spain. It was actually very interesting. The owner of the cellar passionately explained that bottled wine was "dead" but barreled ...