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... everyone is out and about. I continue on to the riverside where a street fair is under full swing. The part that catches my attention the most are the African girls who will braid your hair on the spot. Glad I came out to get a taste of Spanish nightlife. Next morning I head out to explore the town again, taking my video clip in front of the intricately carved entrance to the cathedral. Then off for a stroll around town… and finally off to discover something ...
... that's cruising for you and the reason we love it. Once free from the World of grab, grab, grab and out doing everyone else, when having a bigger house, newer car or wider curved TV screen from your neighbours has gone you can actually start appreciating what exactly you have around you - sitting on anchor in a secluded bay drinking wine and enjoying Tapas and having the neighbours round off the next boat along takes some beating. And I bet every cruiser reading this would totally ...
... around an hour before the back on board time. Our departure from Cádiz was very difficult, due to the strong winds. Britannia thrusted off the berth at full power. Assistance was needed so 4 tugs assisted the departure and remained alongside until we exited the breakwater. A very exciting departure to say the ...
Good morning, the craziness of Easter in southern Spain starts today with thearading around of the huge, over the top portable monuments, at least that is what I call them. I was walking around last evening and the churches were open and the finishing touches were being put on the monuments, hard to call them floats. How they are going to get them out of the churches I have no idea. For a small ...
... was pizza, and Naples is supposed to have the best in the world. So I took a little tour of the area and then had a stop at a restaurant where they showed us how to make real pizza. I declined to make my own. I said I didn’t want a Texan pizza! Anyway, I ate all my pizza, but I wasn’t all that impressed. The guide, Flavia, was cute and young and fairly knowledgeable, but she had a laugh that made you want to smack someone. I think ...