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... past an old man and a woman with a small dog. The man on the bike cycled straight " over " the dog and knocked him out of the way. The old dog owner started gesticulating and shouting and the bike rider came back and gave as good , if not better , than he got ! Great Spanish gusto. Then , we got to the restaurant, but Tim wasn't keen to approach it as there were a lot of men in the bar attached shouting aggressively at each other. We delayed our decision ...
... an interior sea behind a sand dune barrier). We began with a little following breeze and as the day went along the wind gradually increased so that we could put the cruising chute up for a smooth sail towards our destination. It was an uneventful passage until 2 separate dolphin sightings gave us some excitement. They didn´t swim with us this time but were leaping out of the water and hunting ...
... soil for the most part was a terracotta red, much like the soil of PEI. It looked rich and fertile.In areas that were not devoted to agriculture, there was substantial quarry work. Areas producing bricks and great slabs of granite, marble and other stones, no doubt destined to be used for bathrooms, kitchens and even their street pavers here. Most of their sidewalks and even their streets/roadways are works of art in the use of pavers of all kinds, granite, ...
... stops). We only did this for 2 days, and you can see results on the accompanying picture. Sergio, who took this photo, was at this time frantically trying to arrange a cab, asking bypassing motor drivers and parked ambulance personnel if they would please be so kind... He succeeded eventually (no, not with the ambulance).
After the feria we've been hanging out in nice spots in and around Murcia with Sergio and his friends - e.g. visiting playa Calblanque, which is one of ...
... of Spain.
After the Carthaginians, the Romans established their base
in Spain here. They granted Roman
Citizenship to the Carthaginians citizens. This lasted until the Visigoths took over. After the Visigoths, the medieval
period was not kind to Cartagena.
From what was at one time, one of the top three cities in the Mediterranean
world, it fell to no more than 500 citizens. Enter the Bourbons.
After the ...