Villa De Vera
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... I had calamari and papas bravas, but the calamari was thick and chewy and the papas bravas was just fried potato chunks caked in spicy ketchup and mayonnaise, I actually had to search for the potato! The city was like a ghost town from 2pm til 4pm with everyone in the bars enjoying the Spanish siesta. I have to admit it's something I just can't get used to, I feel more tired after a two hour lunch than before! I do like the ...
into Matthieu (Parisian) who had been staying in the same hostel as me
in Marrakech and also met up with Hamish (Kiwi) who I met the first
night in the same hostel as well.
I had already been in Essouira for several days at this point but
figured it'd be good to stay another night so Hamish could see the town
at least a little bit as well. Matthieu and I showed Ham what we'd found
to be some of the more interesting parts of the town and some ...
... They weren't after us though... ( Obviously didn't know us well. ) More time on the bus. I am really enjoying the travel. Am spending lots of time on the phone doing my blog though.... (Sincere apologies Brooke. When you told me I would be, I laughed at you. I wasn't travelling Europe just to sit in a bus on my IPhone! ) Well I make sure I spend lots and lots of time gazing out the window! And we all tend to 'spot' for one another! Look! ...
... buildings here have Moorish influence in their looks and the laneways are packed with tapas bars. The next day we walked to the Aljaferia Palace dating back to the 9th century as an Islamic fortified enclosure. During the 11th century it was enlarged and improved before the Christianisation of the Aljaferia began in the 12th century and it became a medieval palace of the Aragonese monarchy. Today it also houses the local Parliament of ...
... do its worst, so all we could do was sit it out. Even packing up in this breeze would be problematic. But then the pegs started to be ripped out, and a guy rope was torn off. Also the floor started lifting sending the tables and their contents about the place. That decided it . . . we needed to empty the awning in case we had no choice but to take it down. Bit by bit the van was packed up. Having ...