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In the morning I manage to still get up at a reasonable hour—as I have some shopping I need to do before catching the ferry back to Morocco.
Unfortunately, since yesterday’s holiday fell on a Sunday, all the shops take today off as well—except, of course, for the Chinese run shops. So I wander around getting what I can at the Chinese store—as well as taking a bit more time to revisit a few spots that bring back memories from ...
... on the tower, as we assume the reflector field hadn't been lined up. Those light rays were so intense that from a distance we thought we were looking at suspension cables of a bridge.
There is a video attached. Don't know if you can view it but gives a better idea. The link below is better.
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Another day of walking and sightseeing. Seville is a tourist ...
... cream on the way and eventually got to the big hotel we had been told to look for and went in there for more directions. Then we walked around the block to where there was a pharmacy that was open! Darren got some medication, which will hopefully fix him up in time for the tomato fight in a few days! Then we started the walk back. We stopped in a cafe for a cold drink, then walked back to the hostel where we went to the room and lay down to sleep the rest of the day and night ...
... days that i spent here will stick with me forever, i didn't want to leave.
Tarifa is the Southern most point of Europe and looks out over the strait of Gibraltar towards Africa which is a mere 14km to the nearest point, this provides a very beautiful backdrop as you look out over the water. The tall rocky cliffs towards Ceuta and at night the large cluster of lights from townships towards Morocco.
Tarifa is a swirling pot of every nationality ...
... 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 ...