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Today we drove to Chipiona in Spain.The weather was coolish and overcast but we decided to go despite this. Chipiona is situated on one of the quieter stretches of the Costa de la Luz. We arrived parked the car on the outskirts and wandered around until we found the main area. This is an area popular with Spanish tourists.Spaniards travel from Seville from July to August to enjoy the iodine rich spa waters. King Fernando 111 re ...
... for miles as we battled against the strong winds whilst paddling in the Atlantic. We ambled into the old town where Seņor y Seņora settled down at a small sheltered bar for lunch. It was blissfully warm as I coiled under the table awaiting tit bits.
On our return, at around 4.30pm and as though making a great sacrifice, Seņor gathered up his crosswords, and announced that he was going to let Seņora y me have some time and space - he was off to ...
... beaches where people sun bake and swim. Have tried a couple of places for tapas - not sure what we are ordering some of the time but it has all tasted good so far. Visited the cathedral, which is very impressive, particularly a large, solid silver monument in one of the chapels. Not sure who polishes the silver in this church but it would be a big job! Our four nights in Cadiz were all too short and Friday we caught a bus to ...
... in this certain area of Spain. We took a tour of the Tio Pepe bodega and drank some free samples afterwards, but I have to say, I didn’t care much for it- it has a very alchoholly smell that ruins the taste for me. Ate some more great food-gazpacho- so very yummy, and coquina’s –tiny clams with legs (kind of) in garlic butter, visited their beautiful cathedral and met up with some friends of hers at the beach.
Had a ...
... Mercado has an open “social” area that is not covered and it was here we could witness a real “gully washer”. The locals just used this short interlude to chat up their friends. It was business as usual in Spanish culture. They are unflappable. We moved on but not before purchasing some large red ripe (?) strawberries and my favorite Spanish cheese; Queso Manchego. These Mercado shops are set up to sell you whatever amount, large or small, ...