|Very large and busy market.|
|I don't know what kind of fish these are but there were many.|
This large square had a small kid zooming around it in circles on a small motor cycle. Jerez is famous for the following: flamenco, sherry, horse shows and motor cycle racing, the kid was getting an early start on the latter for sure.
We went to a brewery making craft beer, called La Jerezana, the owner was very nice, knowledgeable and passionate about his beer of several different kinds. www.catarte.com He explained that his client base is used to drinking light beer from the large breweries here i.e Cruzcampo, because it is refreshing and can be drank in large quantities, especially in the heat, with fairly minimal effects.
Craft beer is different, more a matter of taste and higher quality, also read alcohol content, over quantity so a matter of educating his buyers, it is different with craft style beer. None of us was especially keen on the beers but admired his business sense in a relatively new market for Spain.
|Angela is listening with interest.|
|Example of architecture, there were quite a few rounded buildings, almost Art Deco.|
|Heard singing and guitar coming out from the market and found these two.|
That was our full day in Jerez de la Frontera, one more post to give you more of Ryan's photos.
Cheers, Bx2 and Lexi Cat