El Bahía

Playa de Rinconcillo, Algeciras, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Playa de Rinconcillo, Algeciras, is near San Roque Golf.
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    Travel Blogs from Algeciras

    My call to Travel

    A travel blog entry by dennyprasetya on Oct 15, 2013

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    Tarifa is a beautiful place. Feels like want to stay forever and see the awesome sunset. It's a good place to spent holiday. I spent a night at an abandoned church in Tarifa. I slept under an enormous sycamore tree.There were no threats in this area, so I would be safe. I used a book as my pillow, so sad. I will start reading thicker book, so it can be more comfortable pillow. When I slept, I had a dream. I was curious about my dream. Then, I went to Plaza immediately.
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    Easter

    A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker on Mar 18, 2013

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    ... kitesurfing and today the beach was a colourful mass of kites. This is a very bohemian town dotted with ancient crumbling ruins, and of course another grand church which happens to be right next door to our pension. Tonight we decided to retire early and read. About 10.30pm we heard this comotion outside, loud voices and banging. We went out to investigate and coming down our narrow street was a massive platform with the madonna and ...

    Post-visit: Finishing my Gibraltar Superhike

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 11, 2013

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    ... and industrial development... the European side has areas that have gone wild and houses have been abandoned, on the African side you see mostly growth and expansion. There's still more visible poverty on the African side, but a lot of pessimism on the European side... Obviously there are a lot of Africans trying to cross the Straits illegally to seek a better life in Europe... but believe it or not, with the financial crisis, there are some Spaniards going ...

    Longest Day Ever: Lisbon to Fes

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

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    ... be helpful. He calls over the next cab (“Grand Taxi”) that comes by. We get in. He gives us a price of Dh30 ($4) to the bus station. We request that he put on the meter (we have read that we should insist on this lest we get ripped off). He says in part broken English, part French: “No no, no need to, is same”. I am sure now that he is just trying ...

    To your left, Spain. To your right, Spain

    A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Jul 17, 2012

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    ... with backpacks on looking like gypsies. We quickly shed our turtle shells and headed for the pool. For our first night in Valencia we headed into town for a little tapas, as you do in Spain. Everything happens much later here, dinner is normally around 9pm. As a soon to be grumpy old man, I said balls to that and we went out at 7:30 to eat. Our meal was a delicious little selection of cured ham, cheese, salami, olives and bread. This meal is ...