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... 8212;it’s good to know that there are jobs to be had here in Mongibar, so the town doesn’t have to slowly die as the young gradually leave to seek their fortunes in the city as happens in many towns here in Spain. As soon as I reach the first olive grove I decide to go ahead and call it a night. So staring up at the starry sky, enjoying the cool and the stillness of the evening, I enjoy yet another very pleasant camping experience in Southern ...
... station by taxi and caught the train back to Jerez de la Frontera. The train is direct going through both Cordoba and Seville as it winds it's way through the bone dry August landscape where the only life is the tough indestructible olive grove as far as the eye can see. This is a bleak landscape of strong light and withering heat.
Back in Jerez we had a well earned rest. Our next journey is the start of our trip home when we are off to Seville on 18/8.
My treasure I knew from my dream which I got finally today must be the the gift of god.Thanks god, thanks gypsy woman and the King ·Englishman·alchemist and even myself.I deserve it，and it just because I followed my dream which other people can't do.
The journey ended，I won't forget this worthy experience.In the future,I will see Fatima,and begin my new life.And the end of this journey just means the start of my new journey in my ...
... to explore, to get to a new world?
Doesn’t it makes you have a sort of desire to live like wind, which are free to
visit anywhere in the world and with no restriction wherever you go? Well, at
least I do and, in spite of the flock of white sheep, the boundless stretch of
the meadow and the kind person here, I decide to go to another side of the sea,
namely, the Africa, as my next station.
God bless me a
good dream tonight!
... walking along the river and exploring the narrow streets of Sevilla.
On Saturday we drove to Ronda, a gorgeous small town in the province of Malaga. It has one of the oldest bullrings in Spain and is famous for its history, architecture, and character. It has become known as the birthplace of modern bullfighting and was very interesting to see. The town of Ronda is known of its escarpments and incredible views as there is a gorge that ...