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1:15pm on Saturday, 2nd July, 2016:
It's a sea day today, which means we're sailing past lots of interesting places in Spain that don't have cruise ports (or that do have cruise ports but the ship isn't stopping there anyway).
Because this means I have nothing to report except that I can see sea, here's what I was looking at yesterday while stuck in traffic on the way from the airport to the ship:
When I first saw it, I thought it was some kind of landslip-protection scheme. Then, it looked like a housing development made of concrete but covered in cobbles to give it a less stark look. I finally realised that it's actually a graveyard.
It's probably filled full of people who died while stuck in traffic on their way to the cruise port.
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