Hotel Los Cantaros
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... miles we picked up plenty of passengers and by the time we got to town it was packed.
Our first port of call was the Plaza Mayor. Last time we were here it had been filled with a second hand book fair so we were hoping for a better view of it. No chance. This time it was the end of term and they were in the course of erecting a stage for the University light show and gig. It was not warm enough to sit outside with a coffee yet ...
... like structure. Through the use of mirrors and refractions (I couldn't explain this process to you... I was never good with the chapters on light in my high school physics class), the light from the opening projected an image of the entire city onto the plate. You could move it around to see all sides of the city in real time (birds, cars, people - everything).
Another thing that was neat about the ...
... washing everything in sight, because it is a "good drying day", which is woman speak for blowing a gale!
This leads to a catalogue of complaints, I have made the washing line too short AND too high. It is not long before she has joined forces with the newly arrived English woman next to us, to begin a joint complaining session about myself and the new arrivals ...
... named - El Tormenta en Espana. They last longer on the continent than in Britain. They are fiercer, heavier, louder and scarier - I find a quiet place to hide - normally near the loo, just to irritate Seņor y Seņora. This one lasted all day and into the night. I can't wait for uma tempesade when we get to Portugal.
Marzo 20th el sol y el calor vuelve
I've read the news and weather forecast for the UK. Can't believe it!! ...
... Nothing beats the recommendations of a local!
We took the scenic route towards Puerto Santa Maria, where Antonio lives, and made a stop in Tarifa, a seaside town where you hop the ferry to get to Morocco—another of my major dream locales! I’d expected Tarifa to be a dumpy border hop-over town, but boy was I wrong! It’s a cute, hip, edgy, hippie little town with shops I could have spent actual time in and restaurants in which ...