Las Dunas Aparthotel
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... in very large natural compounds where they are able to hunt rabbits. Dene and Bry went to the Alhambra on Wednesday while we took the boys to the Bio Park in Fuengirola. We looked at lemurs and animals that looked a lot like crocodiles but had longer snouts and many different birds and snakes. It was well laid out except for the very small enclosures for the tigers. It was a very expensive experience. As the weather improved, ...
... we found a cab stand and zipped to the arena where the show was being held. Marty got us good seats with the help of a german couple behind us who heard us floundering at the ticket office. It was in the shade and with a great view. The show was amazing. Absolutely beautiful animals and expertly ridden. It was fun to watch the men take the hoses through their paces.
Today we managed to get a seat in a restaurant on the Feria grounds and watch ...
... fall into a deep sleep wherever you eventually liedown.
We could see by the morning how close the mudbanks were to us. They were only a very short distance away and you felt that you could almost reach over and touch them. Some locals came along to do some fishing and we sat watching them for awhile. Then I noticed that the mud seemed to be moving! Yes, horror for us women but it was alive with those little crabs with one huge pincer. ...