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... There was no chance of a tour, he was the only only there, but there was a price list chalked on the wall and people were coming in with plastic containers of, I guess, 4 or 5 litres each, and getting them filled. So we went back to the apartment and got a 1 and 1/4 litre empty plastic water bottle and a 1/2 litre one, went back and got a fill up of amontillado and ...
... tell you in Spanish that he´ll come back and pick you up for the second movie. Then you would have to wait until he´s out of sight so you could hightail it in another direction. He might remind you of the old Billy Crystal SNL skit. You old people, you know which one I mean! Don´t be jealous.
I´m always on the lookout for a good yoga studio. I found one my first day, but wasn´t sure it was the studio for me. I got lost again yesterday looking for the other. A nice lady named ...
... El Cabano Blanco' from her childhood) but the Eur 25 EACH put us off. Instead, we did a tour of Tio Pepe sherry bodega much to Tony's joy.
It was a great tour - even Tony thought so, and he had already done the tour 3 times before, he could have hosted the tour himself and I was surprised no one recognised him! After seeing all the history of the brand and area, there was some sherry tasting which was good (but only 2 different sherries). We ...
... then walking around Jerez arguing about where to eat in the evening.
Jerez is a classy town with a lot of eating places and many sweet little squares with tempting sherry bars. We are very fond of this town as a family and plan one day to move here. It has also a long history having been a settlement for many years before the Moors settled it in the 800's. There is the remains of the Moorish fortifications and many of the churches have Moorish style bell towers that are ...
... pause, partly caused by seasickness. Forget about the blessing.
TOMORROW, or rather, today.
Jeréz is much more civilised. I am writing this in a very nice pension close to the centre, but to go back to where I left off…
The boat was truly gruesome. The deck – several plastic sun loungers, four deckchairs, two upright chairs and a helipad –was incredibly windy, but not windy enough to shift the smell of frying. The throb of the engine was ...