Hotel Vincci Costa Golf
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... It's mainly Germans and Dutch down here in the campsite but i wouldn't want to generalise based on nationality! They do sometimes look a little like androids...
It gets cold in the evenings now, especially as it is clear sky again and the rains seemed to have passed! I'm looking forward to the future, i have France for Christmas, then London in January, then Italy, then back up to Greece and north for summer ...
... about taking photos of video during the show so we unfortunately we dont have any photos of the actual show. We do have alot of the horse training outside though.
(See below for more info on the show).
After the show we wandered to the centre of the old Jerez town for a great Tapa and Sherry lunch. There was a bit of a punch up at the resturant as a street musician was beaten up by another. The police ...
... clear, not that
rich nutty brown we know. The aroma is the same, just spirity and the brandy is
no different. What we did however, after the first tasting, was take a second
tasting of the older sherry on sale. These are divine. Some of these have been
sitting and aging for a number of years and the flavour is full and round. We
asked about sending some home, but the import tax for Australia and the /USA is
such that it would be three times the price. We leave here ...
We went to Gibralter on the 13/1/14. Apart from visiting Gib we wanted to meet our friend Miriam who was there for a couple of days with her friend Lorraine. We stayed at an hotel called the Reina Christina in Algericas which was about 30 mins away, depending on when they came. We had to walk to the bus station and get a bus to the frontera at La Linea. It was then a short walk to the border where we had no trouble ...
... April 2012: Early to bed, early to rise :) I met up with a nice couch surfing boy named Gabriel, Italian, studying economics in Cordoba. He told me stuff about Cordoba and took me to both the free sites. The cathedral is an amazing place. It was basically a mosque before the Christians came and converted it into a cathedral. So architecturally the building is fascinating. You can see elements of both the Christian and Islam religions. It was such a beautiful place. Next on the ...