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... for the night. I met Rachel in front of the government building in the main square at10:30 then we walked to the bar to meet my friends and celebrate Adam’s birthday. We just drank Spanish beer (which has absolutely nothing on Belgium beer, and really isn’t great) and me and rae caught up and talked about our programs. I’ve obviously traveled more but she is still getting to do a low of weekend travel in the area and is living with a ...
... him and repeated parts of the steps over
and over until right. They also have a pair of the ancient Przewalski horse. The breed dates back a few thousand years, closer to 100000. This are pretty cool, but
Anne is watching the dressage rider who has another rider and now a carriage in the ring, or
square, that makes the area a bit crowded with a couple of instructors now
standing as they all continue their routines. There is also an exercise yard where a few are now ...
... peace. Then after the a while, the garden begins to chatter with cameras and the tours have begun. It is just 9:30am.
The bull ring in Ronda is the oldest. We get an audio-guide for Anne so she can listen and learn, while I know it all already! Plus they have a few signs dotted around and then after a while I'd listen to the guide as well... They have done a good job with these guides, instead of people walking just anywhere, they all sort of flow in the same ...
... even rides. So i was in for a big surprise when i arrived.
allow me to start at the beginning.
The drive from Cordoba to Cadiz was about 3 hours. I slept the whole time. We would be staying with friends of the family, at a summer flat that they have right on the beach. We arrived at dark, but that didntstop me from literally sprinting from the car right onto the sandy beach. I ran straight up to the ocean and closed my eyes ...
... pictures, each of which was the best picture I had ever taken, began to confuse me.
On Sunday, we took another bus to Arcos De La Frontera, a small city in the hills about two hours inland. Andalusia, the southernmost state in Spain, of which Arcos is a part, is known for its "pueblos blancos" (white towns). In Arcos, all the city's buildings were painted bright white! Being built on a large cliff, the city offered some fantastic views of the south Spain countryside. ...