Tierras de Jerez
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... up the Mediterranean Sea and some lovely mountains which would have seen fierce fighting during the a Civil War. We trundled across La Mancha but the famous windmills that tormented Don Quiote were always on the wrong side for me to get a photo. Dramatic scenery saw us head on towards Cordoba and finally fields of sunflowers wilted as Seville drew nearer. I think it ...
... calm, said that things were ok, that I could leave when I needed
to (we decided on tomorrow morning). The mother’s favorite line is “it’s no
problem”, which she said also when I inquired the other day about the wrist she
had just injured. Who knows how much is
getting lost in translation. But the important thing is that I am moving
along. Now I am looking for housing in
Seville, and looking forward to the next chapter!
... inauguration show. This involved many different dressage acts with riders as well as flamenco dancers. We also got to see the horses that had been brought to the fair, to be sold or to compete.
That day we left Jerez and took the train to Sevilla, ending our short visit to la Feria del Caballo. It seems like an amazing festival although the weekend seems like it would be the best time to go.
... Another taxi driver complains that were being to loud, but the others quickly shush him up and tell us to continue. I continue wandering about, trying to make sure I enjoy all the hidden gems of this city... the cozy alleys... the grand indoor market... the bustling commercial districts... the plazas and monuments... I'd definitely recommend Jerez--expecially if you want to enjoy a history rich Andalusian city without the crowds of ...
Easter is a very important time for the Spanish and the Santa Semana Festival is a very big deal. They start practicing for the next one few months after it is finished. It is the time of year that the local churches parade their most important statues in great processions around the town on colourful floats carried on the shoulders of penitents. Crowds form in the streets and there are wooden seats and barriers erected all around the town.
We arrived ...