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... around an hour before the back on board time. Our departure from Cádiz was very difficult, due to the strong winds. Britannia thrusted off the berth at full power. Assistance was needed so 4 tugs assisted the departure and remained alongside until we exited the breakwater. A very exciting departure to say the ...
... just turned up as a matter of duty.
The land mass that is Cadiz is just over 3km long and 1.2km wide at its widest. That’s why I thought it odd that a ho-ho bus was charging as much as €17 to circumnavigate the city. And that’s what it does. The route keeps to the outer perimeter road so any sights that you want to see have to be visited on foot anyway once you alight the bus. It is impossible to get lost in Cadiz due to its unique shape and walking ...
... are by ancient Egypt, although as the Phoenicians were originally from what is now Lebanon, it's very understandable. Cadiz is also very excited at the moment as carnival starts this weekend. It's a huge carnival, and people come from all over for it. The Spanish train company lay on extra trains from Jerez as so many people stay there and travel into Cadiz in the evening, drink all night and then party on the trains back to Jerez first thing in the ...
... there's a big sporting area, with soccer, volleyball and rugby goalposts. The houses are all whitewashed with little balconies and flat rooves, many with the mirador turrets. Easy to walk around, cobbled streets, a lot of it is pedestrianised. A population of only 123k but I would think popular with tourists and holiday makers although not all that busy. City is a member of Most Ancient European Towns Network. It's ...
... what. I don't regret a minute of it. I write about this to exemplify the benefits of taking a chance. Even one that scares the living **** out of you like this one did to me. Absolutely terrifying. Aside from the pretty polish girl, I made an awesome group of friends at the hostel, took lots of photos and enjoyed a few quiet, and a few not so quiet beers! Cadiz is worth every second it takes to get there and more. It's cheap, it's beautiful and it's somewhere I would be happy to live. Nuff ...