Hotel Los Cantaros
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... There was no chance of a tour, he was the only only there, but there was a price list chalked on the wall and people were coming in with plastic containers of, I guess, 4 or 5 litres each, and getting them filled. So we went back to the apartment and got a 1 and 1/4 litre empty plastic water bottle and a 1/2 litre one, went back and got a fill up of amontillado and ...
... 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 ...
... 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!! ...
... again! We told them to expect us for a cuppa after lunch when they'd settled in.
To the restaurant next. I was quite looking forward to a mixture of Spanish tapas - olives or tuna fish, or maybe meatballs in tomato sauce, perhaps? Oh dear . . . it was a small plate of chicken strips with chips. What a let down! Obviously the chef was trying to please the British palate. I suppose ...
... My main teacher Concha was great and also very funny, she gives good relationship advice too (en espaņol claro). Another cool thing about the school was that they had different activities everyday, like visits to the Torre Tavira, a tower with a camera obscura, which is kind of like a periscope which projects a live image onto a large disc in a darkroom. When I arrived the first two weks were Carnaval, so most of the cultural events ...