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... dance together. I wonder if the young folks in the techno music dance clubs will find themselves more drawn to their traditional music as they get older.
And then I enter a venue and gaze across the crowd… that’s weird… it seems like I’m the tallest guy here! And I’m actually below average height!
Oh… this is a venue catering to Latin Americans—the immigrant community from Bolivia, Peru etc—most of them, ...
... 8211; we shall see. We do have maps on the iPhone and a good Michelin map so should be fine.
Our first task on arrival is to get insurance for our vehicle while in Morocco we are told that this is very easy at the port on arrival – again we shall see! The next is to purchase a SIM card for the phones then some local currency, Dirham.
Our next instalment will update you how we got ...
... by all the main shops which were mainly alcohol, fragrance and jewellery related - tax free shops. Managed to get 1 litre of Southern Comfort and 1 litre of Jagermeister for €20, couldn't believe it! There's also an M&S, Next, Bhs and Topshop; the list is endless. Weather was average but still tons better than the bitter British winter. Getting back on the ship was slightly sad as I wanted longer to look around. I just can't wait until we've finished ...
... Bueno defended the town against the invading Moors. According to the local legend, the Moors captured his son and threatened to kill him if Guzman didn't surrender the town. He refused and threw down his sword with which they killed his son.
After great dinner of Tapas I head back to the Hostel for the night.
Next stop.... North Africa, Morocco.
... these people were not "real" Christians and should be driven out. Some historians feel that this was just an excuse to plunder their lands and their goods, as Spain was having financial difficulty at that time. So, in a swift move, they were loaded onto ships only allowed to take what they could carry in their hands, and sent down to Ksar Sghir and other locations, to a land that was completely foreign to them.
According to some sources, the locals did not receive ...