Melia La Caleta
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... century decided to throw a few micro streets in our way, but we made it. You can't imagine how free I felt when we dropped the car off - I just wanted to use my own feet for a while! We were scheduled to keep the car until the next morning but we could Not get rid of it fast enough! Walked back slowly from the train station (3 km) through the historic district, then ate paella on the banks of the rio Guadalquivir. Not a bad way to end a ...
... also making money off the books doing construction work, DJing, working in a bar, making deliveries, etc.
Conditions have certainly worsened in Spain since then, but the official 25% unemployment rate is probably deceiving. That’s what the rate was in the U.S. during the Great Depression, but travel around Spain and things don’t seem that bad for most people. At least that’s been my impression and that I’ve gleaned ...
... She said that the German guests are the most problematic. They always start by saying ‘Ich habe eine Frage’ I have one question. ½ hour later after their seventh question……Germans always scrutinise the daily programme line by line and are the first to bring any grammatical or factual inaccuracies to the attention of the Customer Relations Manager. But apparently, contrary to popular belief, they’re not very good at time keeping!!!!
... to the pool. No Christopher. Not in the room, not by the pool….OK….OH, one more place – there he is; resting on the chaise up on deck 14 (portside).
I went down to the pool and decided to read and rest. Asked if he went to the doctor……no he had not gone back, he’ll wait until later. So while I read, he slept. We stayed on the deck reading, people watching and resting until the ship sailed off at ...
... the afternoon ahead of us, we went to the
shoreline and walked to the castle of Cadiz. It was slightly deserted and
underwhelming (especially after the castles of Sintra) but still interesting to
explore. We had a lot more fun in the tide pools near the castle and then on
the beach. Anna, Noah and I wanted to play beach volleyball, so we asked this
Spaniard named Jose with a ball if he wanted to play, and he said yes. We were
soon joined by an Australian ...