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"Beep, beep, beep, beep," the alarm clock began ringing at 8:30 a.m.
"Just 10 more minutes..." Then its 9:30. "I've got to get up. The bus leaves at 11!" A quick breakfast, some morning chores, facebook, and it was out the door. Fifteen minutes before the bus departs for Palos de la Frontera should be enough time to buy a ticket and get on the bus. After a long wait in line and 1.05 Euros the ticket says 11:30 for La Rabida and the rushing for terminal 18 begins.
|The bus stop for La Rabida is at the University of Huelva campus.|
|In the foreground is part of Palos de la Frontera; Huelva is accross the river in the background.|
|After a long walk on a hot day, these sprinklers were a huge temptation.|
|The first ship I visited was La Pinta.|
|This was a view of the Santa Maria from the indigenous perspective.|
|It was about 5 p.m. when I got back to the appartment. What an adventure.|