Las Dunas Aparthotel
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... a large variety of marinated olives. We bought some of them from a very sweet lady who kept giving us samples – including samples of her moscato (the sweet wine), so of course we had to buy some of that to!. She filled a litre bottle for us right from an oak cask.
Back to Sanlucar for a seafood feed on the riverfront. We had a fisherman’s stew loaded with rice and all sorts of seafood and many peas ...
... on staying there for several days and then doing some island hoping. Greek is a very difficult language to learn, because their alphabet is different. So even though I can figure out how to say a word, I can't spell it. They do have some signs in English, that is ...
... to feel competent, I want to cook in peace. Even the
meals I cobble together (from sub-par ingredients gotten hastily at the conventional
grocery store while my ride waits impatiently outside) turn out to have
complexity and nourishment, which surprises me, though it shouldn’t, as they
are made with the utmost of love and mindfulness. With a little pickle on the
... wouldn't think he could get away with doing it poorly. Of course, they looked beautiful.
After, we sat drank the sherry from his mother's side of the family and ate the olives from their trees. There was a cool breeze blowing as we sat on the veranda getting a little high on the good life.
Tonight is our last night in Jerez, back to Seville tomorrow then Madrid and home.
... to be let-go. We packed-up, said goodbye to cousin Lauren (who leaves for her first term at Bath Uni in the morning), and aimed for Cadiz, 2 hours away. We're staying just outside Cadiz, in El Puerto de Santa Maria. (Where we would have arrived tomorrow, had I not got a bit confused with booking the apartment). El Puerto is a lovely old town, with a rich sea-faring heritage - this was the home port of Columbus' flagship in 1492. Now it's best known ...