Casa Palacio De Los Leones
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Hokay so here's the earth... Tomorrow we go into Morocco and I have oodles of homework to do but I decided to write this instead because if I don’t do it now then I’ll definitely not do it ever. We had two days in Spain and they were super fun and stuff so read on my faithful bloggies, blogettes, and blogaroos. Also it's late so I'm not proofreading this and I hope that doesn't backfire. Meow.
DAY #1:Today I spent mostly with Jess and ...
... br> and then finding possibly the worst lunch for the trip. We didn’t realise the
place was a franchise for lunches, but it was still ok, just a bit boring
really. We decide that since we were in a horsey town, we’d take the horsey
taxi. We say, you go to Alcazar? He says, “Si, I take for whole town”. So we
get the price and we pay 40Euro for an interesting town tour, that takes us
through all of the old town we’d been lost in over ...
... lack of sleep from the prior night and walking for the entire day, we crashed pretty hard back at the hostel. I woke up to get quickly into the shower before the other hostel backpackers could get in. The bathroom was a little sketchy with the sink, toilet, and showerhead within the same 10x8 foot cube, but I made due with flip-flops on and hand soap for shampoo J
The hostel provided breakfast, which was pretty delicious. Typical American breakfast foods ...
Another very good campsite here at El Puerto De Santa Maria. This is a quiet little town over the other side of the bay from Cadiz. The campsite is just over the road from the beachfront and with excellent amenities. We had a quiet day here then the next day took the ferry over to Cadiz. Cadiz is a lovely old town with lots of narrow winding streets in typical ...
... the purple line. We still had absolutely no idea where we were or how to find the elusive green one. The helpful map would show "21" or "5" depicting a church or monument of import. We couldn't figure out what we were looking at to place us on the stupid map. We did realize that purple would intersect Green at some point, so we went with it. Eventually our tenacity won out and we found Green. Still having no idea where ...