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Travel Blog Archive - Part 23, Jerez

The drive from Sevilla to Jerez was beautiful and reminiscent of California (if, um, California had water).  Olive groves, vineyards, and fields covered the rolling hills along the highway.   869 more words

Y Viva España, an Andalusian roadtrip

Here’s a thing. Y Viva España, a song so irritatingly catchy that once inside your head it’s hard to get it to leave again, was actually the creation of a Belgian musical duo who wrote the original song in Dutch. 632 more words


See you in Seville

After our Morocco adventures our family made our way to Seville. Along the way, my father decided it would be fun to stop in the town of Jerez and tour a sherry bodega, something the region was famed for, and therefore a good stopping spot along the road. 779 more words


GP2 on Caffeine: Hullo, Jerez

Now is the hybrid winter of our F1™ discontent, made glorious @GP2_Official summer by this sun of Jerez (Oct 6- 8).

And for the first time in GP2’s short history (Formula 3000’s naturally aspirated successor is currently in its early teens!) the next generation of Formula 1 stars in tight millennial Snapchat pants and boner iPhones in their pockets will compete on the Spanish tarmac in the World Motorcycle Capital: who will come out on top or lay down the law? 1,716 more words


KWPN Stallion show PT1


What do you do when all your girlfriend’s are to busy living life and you got no one to go to the stallion show with? 715 more words



I was drunk:
Dizzied by the fruits of freedom.
Sunsets, sherry, and snuggs
Were all I needed.

Dancing in the streets;
Daunted by my ugly flaws… 49 more words


Shots from Jerez #2: Second Hand Sundays (Photo Story)

Every Sunday in Jerez de la Frontera, a constant trickle of families, couples and dogs slowly meander their way on through the shade of the Jacaranda trees covering countless little stalls selling everything you could possibly imagine. 146 more words