Martin Alonso Pinzon
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... able to get off for just under an hour. Which excited us very much... I thought the installation period was more like prison, I'm having a ball!
I managed to find WiFi and Facetime my parents and it was lovely to see the ship from a far. It's so pretty... Also grabbed some spanish goodies before embarking onto Gran Canaria tomorrow.
I'm 20 tomorrow.... ...
... br> Once again very few visitors - nice for us, but on a Sunday in England it would have been packed out - so wondered once again about the state of the Spanish economy - and indeed the lack of tourists - or is it just the time of year? Ah well, their loss is our gain
This town made us smile - it has sand tracks instead of roads, and each house has a hitching post for your horse. Some fanatical religious celebration takes place here at the end of May which draws up to a million people - mostly travelling to the town by horse and carts.
Brian went off on a guided bird watching tour at 5pm - I took advantage of the book swap at the campsite and put my feet ...
I was so excited when I woke up this morning because I knew I'd be able to do things I have never done before in my life! My study abroad program offers excursions and I am definitely taking advantage of that. Today, we went to the little town of Rocio to visit a church and Donana to go horseback riding on the beach!
Marv and I met up with our group to board the bus for a long, ...
Day 171 7 hrs, 11.2 kms Huelva is the last province of Andalucia a need to visit--and the last "revisit" I need to do in Spain. After this, I will have revisited and done a parkbench concert in every town in Spain that I had previously visited. Revisit: Huelva, Spain First Visit: July, 1996 It was the summer of 1996. After 3 months in Morocco, I needed to leave the country to get my passport stamped. While in Spain, a Mexican friend offered me a ...