El Bahía

Playa de Rinconcillo, Algeciras, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Playa de Rinconcillo, Algeciras, is near San Roque Golf.
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    Travel Blogs from Algeciras

    Days 5-6: Algeciras

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2021

    22 photos

    ... of a cross between military boot camp and a frat house--with a tinge of sadness...

    I quickly learned that--despite their historical bond--Spaniards and Mexicans are quite distinct culturally.  Spaniards are very blunt--they'll tell you what they think of you on the spot.  Their also quick to get into verbal fights--but these very rarely lead to blows.  Andalucians in particular are quite witty and humorous. 

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    Week 5

    A travel blog entry by lindsay81 on May 17, 2013

    33 photos

    ... de Porto area. A quick coffee, and then some lunch. After a few false starts, we decided on a small Portuguese cafe. Was packed outside with locals - hopefully their hygiene practices are ok - so far so good. Lindsay had a seafood, rice, tomato sauce dish, and Antony had a Franceshina. We were told about this, the day before by an English couple we got chatting to over a cool glass or two of white port. Following a brief discussion, it was agreed this was a coronary in a dish. ...

    Post-visit: Finishing my Gibraltar Superhike

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 11, 2013

    1 photo

    ... What about religion and the atrocities committed on both sides in the name of God? Have both sides been able to move on from that? Well... on the north side a Spanish Catholic can legally convert to Islam if he so wishes. In the south it's still illegal for a Moroccan Muslim to convert to Christianity. It's been an insightful tour on boths sides. Someday hopefully I'll be back again to see how things have changed--this is a very dynamic little corner of the ...

    Longest Day Ever: Lisbon to Fes

    A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global on Oct 18, 2012

    4 photos

    ... off us. On principle, we get out of the cab. The guy who tried to help is confused and now the cab driver and helper guy are discussing in Arabic.New helpful Moroccan guy (who had just previously tried to sell us some cheap looking watches), explains to us that the grand taxis don’t use meters (opps) it’s the petite taxis that do. He waves over one as ...

    To your left, Spain. To your right, Spain

    A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Jul 17, 2012

    19 photos

    ... It is the cathedral that is on all postcards and is one of the first images that springs to mind when picturing Spain (other than a big old bull of course). The eight spires on the cathedral are impressively high, unfortunately the cranes that are refurbishing it are even higher and that kinda takes away from the whole scene. But a little photoshopping on my pictures and those cranes will disappear. Next stop was the bustling street of ...