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... and a little just like being at home.
DAY #2: Rae was a little dead when we got up (she usually sleeps in) and I got up around 8 and ran back to the ship to get new clothes and find some frands to walk around with so Rachel didn’t think I was a loner. We got breakfast of a weird meaty sandwiches with fresh OJ and Tom got his first churros y chocolate. We walked back into the marema and since it was a Sunday the cathedral was open ...
... of the bodegas Tio
Tio Pepe has done a very good job on its tours. They only
have two a day, but generally, there are a few different languages depending on
the travellers wanting to taste the Sherries, Jerez is famous for. They took us
through the bodegas, the name for the storage sheds, of their Sherries and
brandies, and then we get to taste! This is different as they will bottle their
sherry as young as three years and the colour of the ...
... that have been preserved for future generations to enjoy, and like us, learn about our "ancient history".
We decided to take a different route home to Mijas, rather than the major highway we'd followed along the coast earlier in the day. First of all, we saw acres and acres of agricultural land, planted with grain and corn, herds of cows and goats and sheep. We were so surprised because up to now, all we've experienced in Spain ...
... some tea because I'm starting to cough. Here we freaking go again. :( must get better! I have Nick Cave in Bologna at the end of the week an I'm really hoping to go to Florence. Glad I'll be in Paris for a few days to rest up and medicate if need be. Got into Barcelona and took the metro back to the hostel I stayed at last week. When I checked in a guy told me that I was lucky to have missed the kiwis that were stayin there the weekend and got kicked out. I guess they brought ...
... in the old city on foot and has a wonderful swimming pool,which we use to cool off as soon as we have checked into our lovely room.
While checking in we are surprised to feel a tap on the shoulder and a "Hello M. and N. What in heaven's name are you doing in this part of the world?" Friends from work at home thought they had found a quiet hideaway, well away from the holiday resort plans of neighbours, only to ...