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This weekend I went on a group trip to Gibraltar and Morocco with my friend Sophie. The group left from Sevilla on Friday morning at 9am, so Sophie and I took the overnight budget bus from Madrid to Sevilla 1am to 7am on Friday (10/30). Once we met up with the group, we drove to Gibraltar! Gibraltar is part of the U.K. yet is in the Iberian Peninsula. We had a guided tour from a local man who grew up in Gibraltar, and I was shocked that everything there is like a baby England! They ...
... really. Not just the tyre wear, no functional GPS, but had also forgotten how much energy it takes to just 'be' in a third world country. Being hassled (you want some kif, exchange money, hashish, somewhere to stay my friend, and tourist prices and this is a good town). It's not that I can't handle myself and remembered the phrase "non merci" which worked every time. When I was with Steve ...
... of the station in Madrid & it appeared to be in the suburbs &
nothing seemed to match the description I had printed out for the 20 minute
walk to the hotel. Eventually I worked out that I was at a different station
from the one I had printed out directions from. I could see on the GPS that it
was a 1 ½ hour walk to my hotel, so I just caught a taxi, which I should have
done in the first place. Anyway, I arrived at the hotel in plenty of time ...
... and you couldn't even move a bicycle through there, let alone a car.
Chefchaounen is often called the "blue city" I read that this town was painted blue by the Jewish Refugees who ...
This morning we had free time until 10.30am so we decided to try to have a sleep in & go to the post office, which took nearly an hour! When we met back up with our group, we went to the local markets together. Today we have to have lunch on the bus while we are travelling, so we had time to buy some food there. Our tour leader, Andrea, the took us to the local castle, Alcázar de Jerez, we only had half an hour to look around. As ...