AC Hotel La Linea by Marriott
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The hotel is nice but it's in a fairly run down area in La Linea
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... Chanel after shave as the prices were great compared to the UK. We headed back to the ship and was back on board shortly before the 3.30 deadline. We headed up to the open deck, had a bite to eat then watched us sail away with the princess band playing. We moved around the ship ending up at the back, our favourite place. Had a drink then back to the room to get changed. Although not a formal night, there was a captains cocktail party and we were ...
Woke to 1.5m swell and 28c today. Not at all well with headache and sore muscles with dry nose and throat. Was it the red wine, and/or the Caesar salad with chicken last night? Or just the rough seas? Slept after taking a sea sickness pill. Have decided my illness also being added to by too much wine. Did the Tango Dance class and then after lunch went to the seminar -how to obtain flatter stomach. This just confirmed my thoughts. That alcohol isn't good, but also ...
... up and gently drifted with the wind for four hours, being careful not to enter Spanish waters as this could be seen as an act of war! Back on land, we met up with the rest of the group, we walked up towards the Rock. Where we met a military veteran that had lived on Gibraltar for the last 20 years. He gave us a tour of the inside of the Rock. It was incredible. We spent 4 hours inside and only saw 5% of the tunnels. Some of them were the size of a ...
... they spend a day in Morocco planting date palms. It is called Green Day. The students start preparing a year in advance by raising money - for every 6 Euro they raise, they receive an "eco point". Eco points pay for the purchase, planting and maintenance of the date palms, which is done through their partner organisation in Morocco, "Heart of Gazelles".
You would think there are enough date palms in Morocco, and normally there are, but ...
... the way to the campsite. As we don’t have Sat Nav in Morrocco (our maps stopped at Europe) we followed him to our campsite. We had heard from friends that in exchange for a few Dirham (the currency here) people will show you anywhere but we hadn’t expected to be approached while still driving in our van. Although lucky he found us as once we were at the campsite I think we would have had some difficulty finding it as nothing in signposted. Even ...