B&B Casa Sol y Luna
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... it was overcast, the clouds made it interesting as the photos were turning out spectacular. We wondered around the top of the rock and encountered the Barbary Macaques. Something I was personally not looking forward to having had a bad experience with monkeys previously. Surprisingly they were very placid and carried on with their lives as if there weren't loads of cameras and tourists ...
... than happy to accompany you on your journey. Besides, its better to experience something magnificent on your own than never to have experienced it at all.
Myth: “You’re running away from the real world”
One of my favourite posts from one of my favourite travel bloggers; Nomadic Matt, argues how we are doing just the opposite. People who choose to live nomadic lifestyles are not running away life but rather ...
... into 1 of these 4, nevertheless for journalistic purposes, I have taken the liberty of listing a few other sub-categories...
The Suits – Businessmen, seldom seen but always there, in their smart/casual attire and laptop bag, swiftly dodging the departure lounge and hiding away in the business lounge for fear of catching some 1920s disease from us common folk.
The Hippy –Not going to lie, I myself have fallen into ...
... dining room as the Allegro was too far from her Suite which is right at the bow of the ship. Yay … happy us, happy waiters !
Oh, and when she decided to leave after dinner, our former waiter Sherwin who is a card decided he would escort her to the door. He offered his arm and she snapped ... “No!! only the Captain” ! Ooooohhhh !!! And she called us “sticky people” for doing the chef’s table tomorrow night ...
... getting surved like the queen,,,,,, this was not really how I wanted to start the adventure, but well who complains about a nice service and wine and lunch for free.
Arriving after 2.30 hours at the Madrid Atocha train station I decided to take the Airport shuttle as this seemed to be the quickest way to the airport.
And in deed it was, went up to the main entrance and on the ...