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... 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 ...
... to be, and soak up the atmosphere, pretending to be a local for a few days and not go too far afield. We have been enjoying the daily undercover market here and have bought ingredients for all our evening meals - seafood. We stop for a cafe con leche and churrios on the way and sit in the sun watching the people go by. Have walked around the perimeter of the old town, along the sea wall that flanks the Atlantic Ocean. There are some ...
... thing about the market was that you could stop at the cervezaria and shop with a beer in your hand. Someone should float this idea by Publix, it’s a winner, I tell ya.
One night on our way back from a rare dinner out with some classmates, we ran into a parade honoring the Virgin Mary. It was incredible and authentically Spanish: priests with incense, a couple of marching bands, men carrying silver staffs, ladies in lace mantillas and a ...
... our request to the barman and we got the best hamburgers that they do. (Thanks, Matthew, it was a lovely meal). The couple of glasses of wine I had were very good too.
Then Rob drove me home, putting up with my wine-induced giggles. I don't know how he copes! (sorry Rob!). No good watching a DVD tonight - Captain Corelli will have to wait - I'm a wine-lightweight and far too drunk to concentrate!
Today I found "it," that indescribable thing I have been searching for. After Gibraltar, Tony said he was taking us to see some sand dunes. Instead of the Cape Cod style dunes I was used to, we came across rolling dunes that spanned for what seemed eternity, sitting atop the prettiest beach I have ever seen in my entire life (and I've seen some truly gorgeous beaches).