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Feeling extra adventurous, the Crankies did something new today: Africa! It is a relatively short drive to Tarifa; a port city at the southern tip of Spain with ferry access to Tangier, Morocco.
In Tarifa, we boarded a high-speed cat ferry and began the 35 minute trip across the Strait of Gibraltar. The crossing included all of the formalities of travelling to another country, including customs, which was done at a desk on the ferry during the ...
... stop, take a few fishes and throw them to the cats. Couple of minutes later, few more fish heads would start to decay in the Tangier heat. Or we would sit in a restaurant, a cat would enter and say “miaow” in Arabic, waiter would reach into the refrigerator, take out a small fish and throw it on the pavement in front of the restaurant. Kitty would have her lunch, leaving behind another small contribution to the omnipresent fishy smell of Tangier.
... bleary eyed we decided to hang around in the station using the free Wi-Fi until we could obtain directions to our pre-booked hostel. GPS at the ready we took a deep breath and went to face the gaggle of taxi men waiting just outside the doors for us to surface. My guide book had told me that a lift to the area we were staying in should cost around 15 to 20 Durham, so when the first guy offered to take us for 100 I laughed in his face. We told them ...
... resident music nerd, I was definitely geeking out. It was so, so interesting to hear the Moroccan music because it’s a mix of modes from both Arabic and Spanish roots, so some of it sounds quite melodic and some not at all. It was interesting to hear the ending notes for some of the pieces; lots did not end on the tonic (or didn’t have an identifiable “do”) so the audience didn’t clap at the end (well, except for me because I figured ...
... happened to run into St. Andrew's Church, which I had also intended to visit. My guide had pointed it out but I hadn't been intending to head there just yet. I hadn't eaten the food we'd gotten yet because I don't think women eat on the street in Arabic countries and I felt a little self-conscious about it. But I found the church and it has this beautiful walled garden where there were pretty much no people so I wandered around that for a little while eating ...