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... to a Neil Diamond song to celebrate my Dad's birthday on the 5th. I watch the other campers from my windows they are quite funny. Some even have little santa's and christmas decorations on display from their caravan windows. They all seem to have matching his and her bicycles and it is quite a surreal sight watching them glide by my van in matching outfits, synchronised beings that are morphed into a seemingly ...
... Arabic, Russian, Swedish plus the usual, quite impressive. Big sales on here but I try to close my eyes past the handbag shops/stalls. Plenty of clothes also, mostly shoes. The central markets (food) are stunning, why would you use a supermarket? Price seem good, 3 small baguettes for €1. A really pretty place, it may become my favourite Spanish city. Lottery sellers everywhere, it's worth €43m so ...
... we got through and I actually felt like I knew what was happening most of the time. When they offered me snails I knew enough to say "no, gracias" and then say France and make a funny face. Which received rapturous laughter and many reenactments to the rest of the family over the nest two days. I also left the hostel! And man was that a good call. The city was beautiful and the beach perfect. Smaller than Malaga, but tucked away in a little cove with castles on either side, it sure ...
... or fishing off the old city walls.
We visited the Cathedral of Cadiz built in 1635 AD. This is a cathedral built in the Baroque style. They had a wonderful audio guide that explained all the different sections of the church. Admission was 5 Euro’s each, but that covers the audio guide. I think they were setting up for Palm Sunday outside the cathedral, because you could see extra seating and barricades being put ...
... We tried to get into a Xmas concert but it was sold out. We then visited an Irish Pub but Spanish owned and run! However a pint of Guinness was good. Corry managed to buy a pair of brown leather shoes but then said she had no matching outfit in Cadiz! Found a large Lidl and went to it to stock up on meat etc. We had also seen a classical guitar performance with our landlady and husband .....very ...