Los Jandalos Jerez
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... Cadiz. We didn’t go inside on day one but we did on day two so I’ll get to that in a bit. We walked out about half a mile to the fort off the coast which was nice because it was out on the water but otherwise a little barren. We walked along the beach next to Castillo de Santa Catallina which is a star shaped castle forstressy thing along the coast. It was beautiful and from there you can see all the little fishing boats and beach and fortress ...
... doing their well-rehearsed routines. All in all 90minutes of horsey feast. The
way they had those horses working, was quite well executed. We discussed the
fact that the school is so well known and yet still doesn’t seem to exceed at
the major events. I’m sure the Aussies have something to do with it, as they
seem to pip them. But we have had our equestrian fill now, so head back to the
centre to see what else we can find. We wander a long way before ...
... me all the way back to where I needed to be when I asked her for directions. She was going that way, after all. we talked a little. She showed me where the clock museum was. I still coulnd´t find the studio. So, today I took a class with the beauties in the last photo I uploaded. they were so kind. If I lived here, I´d be practicing with them everyday. Pilar, the teacher, didn´t want to charge me for the class, since I was only taking one. I got lots of besos europeos when I left, ...
... get some lunch and was surprised to see lots of the restaurants and cafes starting to close up for siesta, despite the fact there were lots of hungry tourists around. We also stumbled upon a farmers market with lots of fish and vegetables which was where all the pensioners were heading.
The evening we headed for Cadiz, which was around 20Km drive away and walked the length of the beach which was lovely. The sand was fine and yellow, and the water ...
... of the minarets of former mosques. Most of the churches are baroque with mudjedar decoration and there is a well preserved alcazar which we visited earlier in this trip with some friends.
John arrived on schedule and we had a pleasant dinner but we had to rush off to the mountains of the sierra de Grazelema national park in the morning. Aftter an overnight there we returned to Jerez and enjoyed a final couple of days shopping and eating.