Down to Cadiz as a base to visit
Seville - beautiful city, they only juice the
oranges when you order your drink. Relaxing day at the palace, drinking sangria,
pottering in the gardens where once Spanish Kings and Quens sat.
Second day in Seville for the cathedral,
magnificent works of art and treasures before travelling to Cordoba to the
world's largest Mosque, partly converted to a cathredal. Basically Ferdinand III
ripped out the centre of the Mosque and just put a church there. Very strange.
Feeling overdosed on Spanish/Moorish architecture now. Back to the relaxed city
of Cadiz. Local type day with a quick early breakfast, elevenses,
ice-cream, lunch 2-4 tapas, work til 7.00, ice cream time again, or tapas.
9-11.30, main meal time and chatting in the main square til
Ita a hard life for a traveller as we obviously had
to cut out the work bit (apart from a little painting) from the above schedule
to fit in with the locals. Please note, the work bit for the locals is assumed
to be true, but was not actually