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... home run the wind was around F6 with gusts of F7 which created a short and high chop – we nosed dived into waves a number of times. With these strong winds it was going to be tricky getting not only into the marina but into a suitable berth. Anyway after hovering around in the port to allow me to get the fenders and ropes ready we got in to the closest berth to the entrance – only ...
... the name by which we know it today – Cadiz. It has been a principal home port of the Spanish Navy since the accession of the Spanish Bourbons in the 18th century.
The city is built on a unique site - a narrow slice of land surrounded by the sea.
We were scheduled to dock at 10am. Roisin was up early and watched the ship's approach as Cadiz appeared out of nowhere with only sea and empty coast line on both sides. The gangway was lowered at 09:25 to ...
... 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 ...
... and had gorgeous views of the cathedral and old city as we tanned and swam. The ocean was super cold as you were getting in but then it was the kind of refreshingly chilly that you never want to get out of. It was super salty and actually one of the first times I’ve been able to float in water! (I’m dense). I worked on fixing my blinding Irish stomach coloration and we all lay in a row (we met Adam, Melanie, and Jess at the beach at well) ...
... I'm not usually one to be scared. But this made me all kinds of anxious. The next day when she duly appeared, I went into a rather large panic. I was leaving the next day, she was really hot, I can't just go and talk to someone like that, especially at a beach... I was having a minor melt down. Then I was saved by the appearance of her friends. I then calmed down sufficiently to have a nap. Upon waking up, she was still there, and alone. Well ****. Panic stations again. Finally I ...