Hotel Pato Amarillo****
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... me and my guitar. Yeah, I suppose it would be nice if I had a band and all that gear following me around... but if I did, I wouldn't be able to get to nearly as many places as I do, nor would I have the time to fully explore every town that I play music in. On my way to Huelva, I sit next to a fellow who seems to be speaking in a dialect of Arabic on his cell phone--but it's not Moroccan. I decide it's a good excuse to start a conversation. "I'm ...
... a good sign ! ), But as I am sure you will have gathered by now, what was going to be the chance of us stopping over where they planned to anyway... Now this next bit is a bit vague... Because I must have fallen asleep for quite some time as we travelled back to the U.K. For a bit. Well this is the only conclusion I can come to as when I woke up we drove for about 80 miles through quaint little villages selling “Fish & ...
... moon over the sea. Then, on to Santa Luzia, a city known for its octopus, to a restaurant known for its octopus. Curt had delicious beans and octopus, along with a great Portuguese wine, a typical Mediterranean Diet dinner. Dianne also had an octopus dish with her wine, but Gibran had fish while Marcela, a vegetarian, had a very nice plate of vegetables.
... hotels, period. And the only cheapy looking one is 35 euros! Kind of ironic, considering I paid 10 euros a night to stay in glorious Sevilla (breakfast included). Now to pay 3 1/2 that much to stay in ****** Huelva? Sorry, it ain't happening. I do continue exploring the city, keeping a peeled eye for cheap pensiones. I'm told that there's a cheap place next to the plaza de toros, but it's nowhere to be seen. I see a couple cops and figure they ...
... br> I loved these first impressions of Cordoba. That was good, because I didn't have much time there. I hitchhiked west to Sevilla. These 140 kilometers (85 miles) took me nine hours to hitchhike. Oh, the agony!
A guy who worked for himself in the heating and cooling business gave me a short ride. A stocky guy named Lucas, he wore a dirty t-shirt and uncombed hair. He said:
"People say there's a crisis. ...