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... sailing out of the harbor for the day.
We walked all around the city next and found ourselves churros and sangria, which I was just informed is a total tourist drink. Awk. But we shopped and drank for the rest of the afternoon together, in total consuming about two liters of the delicious Spanish nectar all together (I regret saying it; just let it go). We got back to the ship around 5:00 and met the boys for dinner. We all got changed to go ...
... doing their well-rehearsed routines. All in all 90minutes of horsey feast. The
way they had those horses working, was quite well executed. We discussed the
fact that the school is so well known and yet still doesn’t seem to exceed at
the major events. I’m sure the Aussies have something to do with it, as they
seem to pip them. But we have had our equestrian fill now, so head back to the
centre to see what else we can find. We wander a long way before ...
... dotted throughout the valley floor are possibly close to a kilometre away, but the unmistakable sounds of pigs being fed is quite clear. The dogs are talking to each other across the valley as well, then as the sun rises over the town and washes into the valley, the unmistakable Japanese busses begin their march into town. The little garden that leads us back to the town has a duck and goose run and pond, where the ducks follow us around the perimeter as we amble and ...
... town we didn’t have time to explore more White Villages. On the way home we drove through the lovely village of Medina Sidonia, which is one of the main sites on the Bull Route, which winds through the countryside of Cadiz province.
We were enjoying the camp and surrounding area so much we extended our stay for a week.
On the Monday we visited the Roman ruins at Bolonia a few miles back along the coast ...
Traveling by train from Madrid to Seville we rented a little stick shift Leon and headed for Vejer de la fontera, which travelpod couldn't find on the map. So, I set the pin for Jerez which is about 40 minutes from Vejer de la Fontera. In retrospect getting here was sort of hilarious but while we finding it we made quite a few wrong turns and went up the wrong way on a one way street but we did find ...