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We went out last night around some of the tapas bars in Jerez, and ended up in one with live flamenco. No dancing, (except people in the bar) but a male and a female singer and a guitar player. Just fantastic, all packed out with locals so it was the real thing. And today two of Jerez's three football teams played each other in the first Derby match for thirty years, so I had to go. The stadium these two ...
The next day we traded cetaceans for horses. We drove to a stud farm (Yeguada de la Cartuja) to learn about Spain’s Carthusian horses. We had a tour of the farm and then watched a show where they demonstrated what the horses are like and what they can be trained to do. Among other things there were free running colts, a ‘cobra’ of mares, dressage, and a carriage race, but the very end of the show was my favourite. They brought ...
3 February onwards
We chose a bad day to go back to Granada to explore the old town. It was sunny when we left Humilladero and we didn't dress warmly enough for the altitude and the rain. We walked along the river with the Alhambra on the hill to our right. From there we climbed steps and up narrow roads to the Mirador de San Nicolas where we found a restaurant where we could sit and admire the view of the city below and ...
... going to find it. He got in the car and directed us around the block to our tiny little street and our apartment.
The boys dropped me off and I went into our little apartment with twenty foot high ceilings. We went from four star hotels, to a new condo to a quaint little rustic apartment that used to be the tool shed of the home of a rich spanish woman. It was sort of a shock but I like it. I got settled while Marty went to park. After he got back he ...
... narrow streets to find the cathedral and central market place. See photos. The town is very much like all these old cities with their narrow streets and tall buildings. There was some renovation work being done on some of the older buildings.
After finding a café with wifi and having some much needed refreshment we headed back to the boat arriving at 4.30pm as the Ventura passengers were also returning to their afternoon tea no doubt!