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... offered me a place to stay and a job. for a couple of months. It was a transitional period as I was trying to figure out what next to do with my life. It was during this time that I developed the original concept for a Global Parkbench Tour: going out every day to play music in a public place. As I didn't have money to travel during this time, I'd just go to a nearby park in Los Palacios and play for the local youth--who seemed to ...
... be too much for me. I remember trying to read Plato on the beach in college. LOST CAUSE! Hmmm…..Plato on the Beach, I think I have a title for my first novel! HA, right!!
Rounding yet another corner I came upon a “sea” of boats tethered to the sand in some manner. They were resting on the beach – there must have been 100 of these tiny boats. Some with engines, others with only oars (but one could see where ...
... were now able to share livestock, goods, agricultural products and diseases that they had never experienced before. For example, the Columbian Exchange brought tomatoes to Europe (yup, even Italy) and smallpox to the Americas. Why do we have that big boulevard named after Columbus in Philly? I´m sure that perplexes historians throughout our continent.
Anyway, our time in Cádiz was very relaxing. We made it to a lovely beach and had some fun at karaoke. ...
... on another layer of sun
block, and was soon having a siesta along with them as we listened to music on
Nhi’s phone. The day, honestly, was just a series of adventures and relaxing.
Just before the sun went down, we headed back and showered
and then went out to find some dinner. It was… mildly successful, and while it
wasn’t very good, it was cheap. Deciding to get an early night’s sleep, we hit
the sack to prepare for tomorrow.
... The old town is beautiful but the streets are just the width of the car and we went up and down and round and round tight corners looking for the hotel, nearly scraping the car a million times. Finally we found it, unloaded and raced out to see Cadiz as we were only there for one night.
There was a Spanish navy aircraft carrier in port which was open to the public, so we went to have a look. Enormous inside with floors of hangars. The aircraft ...