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... The fellow at the hostel tells me that the feria runs until 6 in the morning—so it looks like I’ve still got time to be in on the excitement. As I head through the dark streets I hear fireworks bursting—sounds like I’m missing out on the climatic moment of this week of celebrations… I quicken my pace. Soon the streets get fuller and fuller with people—many of them heading towards the feria! Doesn’t look like people are worried ...
... and those waiting to depart get on. Our ferry departed solid two hours after the promised time.
I spent almost the entire journey (which took less than one hour) in a queue, patiently waiting with all the other passengers to get to the small table where two Moroccan officials were checking and stamping passports. In the meantime, Veni was treated to a delightful sight of playful dolphins swimming and jumping alongside the ferry.
Before we knew it, we were in ...
... seek treasure at the foot of the Egyptian pyramids. It is so weird, but I couldn't stop to seek more information about it.
I had met a gypsy woman, I consulted her to interpret the dream, she said it was calling and told me to go to Egypt. Well, I believed, maybe I wanted to accomplish my call.
I had met an strange, magical old man, he ...
... This place was pretty cool, even with the viewing window which allows you to see many, many bones and skulls from earlier renovations. A quick, free session of Portuguese wine tasting followed - not the greatest wine every tasted. Luckily for us it was housed in the Palacio da Bolso, which would normally cost €7, which following a trip to the loo, we managed to swerve. Nice! The much guidebook mentioned Livraria Lello (Lello Bookstore) was visited - the interior of ...
... 500 kilometers and cross 18 countries! Hmm... nah... I think I'll just let them remain as two Superhikes...
I start thinking about the differences between the two sides. Not what you would expect.
Both sides have similar terrain. However, on the Spanish side (at least from Tarifa to Algeciras) it's mostly overgrown by bushes. There are a lot of abandoned houses. Has the feeling of an area that has been given up on ...