spain is renowned for its ham, olive oil, sherry and shoes……. i love the multicoloured espadrilles, though its getting harder and harder to find the ones without heels. cadiz seems to have a bigger choice of espadrilles and flamenco shoes, but like all cities they are slowly modernising everything – including the lovely old fruit and fish market – but at least it still exists. i love the cobbled entrance of our hallway, its dating from the 12C .


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3 thoughts on “espadrilles

  1. hello I have just found your posts on vejer! your place looks so lovely! so much useful information. we are travelling there next week, and staying at casa la siesta. do you also have any advice on car hire from the airport? do you have a favourite firm to rent from? any advice would be great. thank you so much x


    1. car hire is difficult, we have used Goldcar, but they end up trying to get money for things from us and its a battle after we get back – seems to be a scam; friends used Zest recently, who I will try. I think Sixt are the best, but are more pricey, but seem more reliable and reputable. case siesta is lovely and one of my favourite places – enjoy x


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