Hotel Monasterio de San Martin
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... and has a shot for himself. How European!
Now we are sitting in a sidewalk cafe back in Cadiz where we were served the worst meal of my life. We were told the area speciality was fried fish so we ordered a platter. We got squid, anchovies and several other things I couldn't name or eat. The consistency was like jelly and the taste even worse. Not even the beer would take the taste out of my mouth. I will hunt down the guide who recommended it and kick him in the ****. ...
... the last seven days of the life of Christ. These somewhat macabre looking figures wearing the ‘pointy’ hats represent the people who have asked for a prayer from Jesus or the Virgin Mary. I am whole heartedly assured this has nothing to do with the KKK. They apparently got the idea from the Spanish Inquisition (the 16th century persecution of non-believers and not the Monty Python Sketch!!)
Getting back on the ship was a bit of a bun fight. ...
... long time. The view was spectacular. The tide was quite low, so off in the distance one could see a large rock formation with a very tall marker – I think this marker s a warning for this land mass when the tide is high.
Rounding the corner, I passed the Universidad di Cadiz, and across the street from said University is a BEAUTIFUL beach. I wonder how much studying is done on the beach, and of what kind??? The ...
Nhi, Anna, Justin and I arrived in Cadiz at eight in the
morning after a red-eye bus ride in which I probably slept about an hour. We
were under the impression that our hostel was a four-minute walk away from the
bus stop, when in reality it was two and a half miles away. We walked probably
about two miles until the sun rose completely and then gave up because our
backpacks were so heavy and we were so tired. We took ...
... the sea was huge and I was just happy to sea the ocean after being stuck inland for a couple of months. Once we arrived at the Moroccan-Spanish border, we braced ourselves for a potentially long wait, but we're happily surprised by an easy passage into Ceuta. We had to fill out cards with some basic info on them and the border patrol checked our faces with the passport photos, but that was pretty much it. Apparently Ceuta is known to be a very easy border to cross. Once we crossed ...