"It's hard convincing yourself that where you are at the moment is your home, and it's not always where your heart is. Sometimes I win and sometimes not." -- Jonathan Carroll
Getting your daughter ready for University must be bitter sweet.
These are just great Jane! Beautiful!
Oriental flavours. Exotic and exciting.All the best to the new university student!
The architecture is just amazing.... good luck to your daughter on her new phase of life!
Oh yeah; Cadíz! beautiful pictures!x Ingrid
cádiz is just a mad place, innit? (my grandpa -whom I never met- was from cádiz)go to francesca's blog. presto. now.you have to see the corner to corner post + comments (shouldn't you already have...)tra la la.e
oh..this make me think of an operetta that my grand mother used to listen to "la belle de cadiz". sweet memories...
Unos buenos encuadres y una bonita luz para acercarnos la belleza de Cádiz, precioso reportaje. Recibe un fuerte abrazo
you owe us a beer, then, miss :)nah. my pleasure. tra la la.
lovely. lovely. lovely. Thanks for the wonderful tour of Cadiz.
So Sara to university...and you for a time to home...A lunch when you are back? One saturday? Wil wait...
cadiz holds such a special place in my heart! It was my first trip overseas and I fell in love with Spain so I decided I would be traveling and discovering more of the world. Good luck to your daughter, must be exciting,sad, happy all at the same time!
dear jane,all that white and blue beauty!hugs!
Enjoy your time with your daughter! How exciting!
Such beauty! And oh my! Getting your daughter ready for university must come with all sorts of mixed feelings.
I had no idea, it was such a beautiful city !
goodness, i never expected cádiz to be so glamourously pale. probably bleached by all that sun, huh? but how wonderful. putting it on a mental to-do list, rather to-visit list, yeah. n♥
Hello! Gorgeous page of views.Best wishes you your daughter at University!So glad you liked the corner to corner idea:)hugs and hearts,xo
goooooooooorgeous. sending you all the love for getting sara to university. i'll be thinking of you.
I really like that second photo.
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