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... organ play.
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 ...
... mounts and going through a few of the special steps needed to be able to join in the show. After wandering around for a few hours now and visiting the museum and the tack rooms, with the apprentice leather workers hanging about and talking of their weekend, we head towards the main arena
where the show is about to start.
The first show is a single horse and rider, then a pair, followed
by four horses without riders, just one or two leaders, showing the various
... foals from this season and then brought in their mothers. I found myself strangely emotional as the mares found their babies and started to nurse. Sophia and Meredith loved it.
Our next stop is Cadiz and it's our final stop in Spain. We’ll spend one night back in Seville before we catch our flight north. I hope summer has arrived in France and Germany because southern Spain’s daily sunshine and warm nights are addictive. It will be hard to ...
... 8 of us in the class and they were all really really nice. The grammar sections seriously gave me fits. I barely knew what a noun was and I had to teach people about third conditional tenses, modal auxiliary verbs and collocations. I should have paid way more attention in the 6th grade. When I wasn’t teaching class, planning a lesson or writing a paper, I was class myself learning about monothongues, eliaisons and L1 influences. It ...
... in such a small town!
Few shops or bars were open so once we'd wandered around the streets we felt there was little else left but to return to camp in time to experience the tapas. On our return we spotted two familiar faces, our friends Paul and Thelma, who said they had just arrived in their camper van - that would account for them looking a bit nonplussed. What a lovely surprise to ...