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... is really poor, it makes underhill look palatial, and the local council who own it reseeded the grass at the start of December, and , surprise, it's not grown very well so the pitch was heavily sanded. I guess the standard was conference North/south. It was a good atmosphere, nice and sunny in a completely open stadium, no segregation of the fans, and maybe a thousand there. It ended a 1-1 draw, so honours ...
... hotel was a few miles off the map, and before joining the map the bus would make a huge detour round a large housing estate. At the very far end of the estate one man got on, but the driver got off. It was time for his fag break. We eventually set off again with us two and one other passenger, round the estate again and back to the main road, where there were several people waiting at the stop. During the course of the remaining ...
... inland, the centre of sherry production where Senor y Senora toured the oldest bodega and sampled the goods. All are within a half hour drive of the campsite. Although Mojacar was very pleasant, it did feel like living in a British enclave. If we winter again in Spain, Senor y Senora would head here.
Marzo 19th Dia de la Tormenta
They have had a habit of following me around - L'Orage en Francais - Il Temporale in Italia - but the ...
Back in 1596, the Earl of Essex led a famous raid on Cadiz that the local still talk about. They weren't very happy about it at the time, but with the passing of the years, we though it safe to return. So it was, on a very slightly overcast morning, that we were roused from bed by an almighty clatter as I&A did experiments to see how much noise one can make while trying to be quiet. Suitably alerted to the arrival of the new ...
... The church was built between the 13th and 16th centuries. Then we continued south. We made it to the sea wall.
From there we walked by the Roman Theatre. The site was closed, so there was not much to see.
We walked back into the old town, making our way to Calle Pelota. That was a busy street with many shops. We ultimately selected Bodegon Riojano for lunch. It is at C/Pelota, 8. We were seated in the back of the restaurant. ...