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... what he told us, if you are interested read the captions. We got a tour of a pharmacy that only uses natural herbs and spices to wrap up our tour. The owner explained to us in English how to use each product and let us try them. After this afternoon trip we started our trip home, over the Moroccan border into Ceuta, took the fast ferry across again to Gibraltar, then a bus to Sevilla. There was a huge wind and rainstorm on Sunday so the fast ferry was quite the fight; huge ...
... we seized our opportunity. Richard moved the brambles clearing a simpler pathway straight down to the rusty gates, which he wedged wide open. Then hand brake off we coasted through the gates, turned left and rolled down the hill to freedom laughing all the way about his stupid comments book.
From the Rif Mountains, in the north of Morocco we were heading back to Tangier for the by WD"> boat back to Spain. The Rif is home to the ...
... us for a walking
tour of Lisbon, another very hilly city. We spent a fair bit of time at St
George’s Castle, at the top of the hill. This was used as a defensive bastion
by both the Muslims & Christians.
morning I caught a train for the 40 minute trip to Sintra. It was a cold
morning & I should have worn a jumper. I walked a long way in hilly terrain
to Palacio de Pena. It is a beautiful palace perched at the ...
The village is built into the mountainside, painted white and Blue. I believe the blue colour is more recent as the Islamic green was likely the colour less than100 years ago.
We were delighted to be parked next to friends we met a month ago and were able to compare stories of our Moroccan experiences. They and another set of friends were able to ...
... finding an affordable program that worked with my schedule, I booked my weekend with Discover Excursions Sevilla for a two night stay in Northern Morocco. My friend Jeannette and I left at midnight on a bus from Madrid to Sevilla (see previous blog for my day in Sevilla, and how we got to see where Game of Thrones was being filmed!).
After getting to the meeting point it was back onto another bus which took us to Tarifa, Spain. This was followed by a Ferry ride to Morocco and ...