Los Jandalos Vistahermosa
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Next we did the same loop as yesterday with the fort and castle except it was closer to mid-day so it was a bit warmer and we had really great light to see the limestone walls and various shades of the shipping boats. Walking around with Rachel and Tom was really fun and we just wandered through city streets after getting a little lost but working our way to the beach. We hung out at one of the big long beaches just outside of the ...
... and leaps. Then there are some carriages with teams of one, two
and four horses which turn in very tight circles, and is really quite good. The
tractor is next. It comes in as there is an interval and scrapes the sand flat
ready for the next horses; people take pictures of the tractor, because they
are not permitted during the show.
And the tractor leaves to a rapturous
Then we have the last part with the eight, all circling ...
... stride, he was happy, I mean happier than usual. The old boy was even humming as he turned to me and said "Don't mention the rugby in your blog!". "What rugby", I innocently replied. "Ah, yes, very good - no, you know the game yesterday. Don't mention it, might upset some of your english readers, they'll think you're gloating". The ambladura continued, contented sighs returned as we glanced across the bay to Cadiz. To the hummed tunes of "Men ...
... and sherry from Jerez (pronounced "Hereth") and the olives and olive oil from Seville. The old part of Cadiz is contained within a fort and the walls are made from stone brought up from the sea bed which is thought to be over 5,000 years old! It looks almost sponge-like and you can see all sorts of shells within the bricks.
Our tour on a wheelchair friendly coach began with a drive round Cadiz with our guide explaining a little about the town, its ...
... and decided it was getting a wee bit tight. :-( Instead, I went along to the midships bar, had a glass of Veuve Clicquot, then went to the Britannia Dining Room in time for the coffee and liqueurs. It was nice to go into the show lounge not feeling like a stuffed pig for once. Whoever it was who said you joined a cruise ship as a passenger and left it as cargo certainly wasn't ...