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... and he said although my spanish isn't perfect he would love to have me come with him sometime down there to help! I told him I would go there in a heartbeat! I think it would be such a great experience. So over all my thursday was a great day and I cant wait to go with Coach and help out at the home!!
Last but not least Friday! Finally Friday! This friday was not only halloween but also no school so we had a little halloween party at SAC! We ...
We made it to Greece, Bill, Judy and myself. We got in around 5am and I didn't get much sleep on the plane. Needless to say, with it also raining, I decided to hang low and try to sleep last night. Tonight, I am riding a ferry, which is more like a cruise ship, to Athens. ...
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 ...
... visitors. Walls in the restaurant where we first entered are covered with large photographs of famous people signing wine barrels. In one cellar we pass rows and rows of barrels with such signatures. There are actors and sports people, royalty and politicians. Some very old, with some newer recognisable names. Steven Spielberg, Bill and Chelsea Clinton, Margaret Thatcher, Prince Philip and Winston Churchill to name a few I saw, but the one I ...
... welcome to join them but we were too tired from walking. Also we remembered we had to find a supermarket for essential provisions so next we got in the van and went in search of one towards Barbate.
The road took us through the pine forests of the nature park. Now and again I could see the cotton wool-like nests of those evil processional caterpillars in the branches of the pines. Barbate itself seems to be a ...