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... Overall, a great experience in Spain--although I was getting more and more antsy to get down to Morocco...
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Travel guides describe Algeciras as a boring, dangerous port city. Don't believe it. The city has a lot to offer.
I guess I love this city because it was my first experience in the Old World back in 96. Also, during ...
I have always thought of Africa as of something tremendously distant, somewhere beyond the wide Mediterranean Sea. The last thing that would come to my mind would be to think of Africa as being just one passport queue away. And yet – one passport queue was all the time that was needed to cross the Sea and set our feet on the African soil.
Everything about the port of Algeciras was slightly chaotic. Algeciras is a Spanish seafront town, located just across the bay from ...
Today we woke up in Gibraltar for the second time in the past fortnight. We had a morning of rehearsals but were generously given the afternoon off to go exploring. A few of us got a taxi tour of Gibraltar and right up to the rock. We walked through the caves and got up close and personal with some cheeky North African monkeys. They really did crack me ...
... day, and not to stay here. This put the frightens on, so we decided to move ... to where though. We searched along the river, and found somewhere, although we had the Germans words ringing in our ears, we were a little concerned. This grew when we stumbled across a 'market' (bits and pieces strewed across a steep pathway) - certainly not one for the guide books. Hard to describe this thing, suffice to say there were no tourists, and we recon that if the German had stumbled ...
... to erase any traces of Islam in the continent.
To this day, there is a somewhat chilly relation with the Northern Moroccans and Central Moroccans, and I wonder if the reception they got 4 hundred years ago might have something to do with it.
I get to talking with a couple of of Moroccan fellows in Fnideq a the next day about this. They all look like Spainiards, speak Spanish, have visited or worked in Spain--and love Spanish rumbas and flamenco.