Hostal la Janda
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... Chiclana. I even let the question pop up if I really want to explore dozens and dozens of run of the mill Spanish cities like this one. There’s something about the standard Spanish city layout that just doesn’t inspire me with its narrow sidewalks and flat faced buildings and grid layout. Maybe it’s because it reminds me to much up growing up in Mexico. Anyways, let’s move on to the next town. 0684. Remembering Napoleon (Sp 013, ...
... I’m remember hearing about the last battles the Moors fought in this place, Tarifa being the last stronghold the clung to before being driven off the Iberian peninsula. Statues and plaques around me tell of the pride Spaniards still hold in that accomplishment. Even though that was over 500 years ago, it seems to be very present in people’s minds. But I also think of the atrocities that accompanied that victory—the killing and forced expulsion of all Muslims ...
... has a choice of 4 or 5 bars for lunch, so we sit at the closest, eat tapas like kings and queens and pay like paupers. Very cheap. We had two sets, drinks and coffee for less than 15Euro. And it was good! We wandered around the town for a while, looking at the houses, church and the few shops, all closed for siesta, and then wandered to the car for the next bit. Took about 5 minutes before stopping again and taking a few more photos of the village, then over the top of ...
Tuesday March 18, 2014
Book Reflective Entries 1 (Pg. 3-25)
"Santiago's dad told him that people who travel all came back pretty much the same (9). Do you think this is true?"
In my opinion the answer is no. This is because when you travel, you experience many different things. These things can be cities, cultures, people, and more. I think ...
I travelled to Tarifa where there lived a gypsy woman I thought could help me with the confusion I had of my dream. The gypsy woman made my dream believable enough that I decided to give it more than a moments thought about making the journey. It occured to me that making this trip would enable me to trully become a traveller that I have always dreamt ...