Los Jandalos Jerez
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... quite impressive but they couldn't show all). After that we went to a guided tour and tasting at bodega tradicion. In itself the visit was very interesting we came however to the conclusion that sherry isn't quite our drink. Pity they aren't allowed to develop the sherry also below 15 alc-degreed.
... a quartet: Flute, harpsichord, cello and a soprano. The singer was effortlessly clear and beautiful. I was very surprised to see no preparation from her before she sang, especially for very high notes. There wasn't the standard excessively large breath or exaggerated facial expressions, she was just so natural. I enjoyed walking through the city at night. It was like seeing a new side to someone you thought you knew quite well, in the best kind ...
... of 120 days a year on the road! _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________ ...And now I'm back. My, my, my, I've gone a long ways since the humble beginnings of the Global Parkbench Concert Tour Concept! This time I'm definitely going to experience a lot more than just the bus station. I head out before dawn and decide to start my day right: have a traditional breakfast ...
... I had no idea about and didn't bother to ask what it was... Whatever it was, I resolved to eat it all. Hmm, maybe it would've been better if I just straight up asked in touristy English! I ended up with riņones - liver. And yes, I ate it all. Didn't like it so much. The other dish was more to my palette - cazuela de huevos, an egg-based vegetable stew.
With four hours before the walking tour started, Michael, the hostel attendant, drew out a bunch ...
... negative about my host country, but this perception is a major part of my experience. My conjecture is that it is due to the over consumption of pork products- an extremely ethnocentric and egotistic interpretation! In other words, since I detest eating pork, I am projecting that onto why Spainards have bad hair days.
I checked my weight yesterday at a pharmacy. It had the standard coin-operated international scale where you insert a coin and step onto ...