Hotel Regio 2
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0685 Castles, Ruins, and Swimming Holes (Sp 014*, 10B-037) Cadiz, August 1, 2010 Day 334: 7 hours, 14.4 kms Another thing I learned in San Fernando : Don’t camp out in marshland if you don’t have some serious mosquito protection ! That night was the most miserable I’ve had in a long time. I try to cover up, but the mosquitos bite right through my clothes. I cover my face exposing only my mouth and they come along and bite me right on the lips! Finally ...
There are lots and lots of sherry bodegas around the centre of Jerez and we found a few just up the road from us. Mostly they don't do visits or you have to make an appointment but one small one had a sign outside so we went and looked. Into a small door in the wall, and inside dark and with just one elderly man behind an antique counter with a very old huge mechanical ...
... egg, olives, and oranges. All contain a high level of Zycons
except for the oranges, which are Zyconically neutral. The Greek mousaki which we found in Greece, Turkey and even Egypt, also contains foods with a high Zycon level, beef, bechemel sauce, potato, and cheese. It also contains eggplant which has a variable Zyconic level depending upon its preparation.
Eggplant preparation method is critical, if ...
... American who also wanted to play, and
it was really, really fun. When Anna and I were too hot to play anymore, we
left the boys and headed to the water. Although it was cold at first, it was
nothing like Mallorca and we got used to it quickly. Floating in the mild ocean
water after a tiring beach volleyball game was another slice of Cadiz heaven.
After our swim, Anna and I joined Nhi and Justin, who were
napping on the beach. I spread out my ...
... place in Cuba). We had a great lunch at an outdoor seafood restaurant and ordered a family-style dish of fried fish, which ended up being at least 4 pounds of assorted fish between the five of us (we had met a German friend from the walking tour who ate with us also.) After an overbearing lunch, we explored the Castle of San Sebastian. This castle was an old military fort hundreds of years ago and is now used as a functioning lighthouse and tourist location. It is right off the ...