AC Hotel Algeciras by Marriott
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Now, the journey to Algeciras. I think about getting a taxi, but end up walking all the way to the train station with my pack. It wasn't as bad as the other day. Check in was smooth and I was in my assigned seat for the journey to Córdoba. Quick train ride and I jumped off at Córdoba. Had to find the platform my next train was going from and finally did. Walked down to that platform after getting my ...
... will increase your reach to get feet down at traffic lights, but as these are not a safety item, less leather upper is more. When riding ensure that your feet, if they are 'on board', are in the forward rest position - easy rider style. Business professionals and riders of large 'proper' motorcycles should wear a suit and tie, or designer jeans and an impossible thin t-shirt that struggles to contain the rippling pecs within. Then theres us, tentatively heading along in ...
... readout. Fortunately no fire was caused but the attendant rushed over with a watering can and diluted things. We were at this time genuinely into the cedar forests so pictures were taken of the trees and the views. The map showed 12km from the petrol stop to a turn off that led through the mountains to the sea. And so it did eventually but a great deal of this road was in poor on condition with potholes and missing tarmac. It was also very narrow with sheer drops on ...
... chocolate is the clear runaway hit; the churros are OK but really only as a way of delivering the chocolate to their mouths. Note to self: in the future, Dad should avoid loading the girls up with a lot of chocolate right before putting them in the car for a long drive.
The drive from Granada to Tarifa is easy, maybe 90 min, and very pleasant as you make your way down from Granada, through the olive groves, and then hug the coast. The last stretch of ...
... who have suffered so much to go seek for a better life, and have it all end so bitterly.
The road winds high up along a ridge with almost untouched forest on both sides. I feel safer now, knowing that there are police and military around. To my right I can see beautiful Tamuda Bay... in front I get my first glimpse of Ceuta... and behind me, one last glimpse of Gibraltar fading off into the distance...
A place where you feel connected ...