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... again. Waited for a bit and then the train arrived. Much older and much slower train than the high speed AVE's. But nonetheless, it gets you where you're going. Sat in my assigned seat for awhile until I figured out you can seat where you want. So I moved, since I had someone sitting next to me. Not very smooth ride and we had to stop once and get the train fixed for like 15 minutes before taking off again. ...
... safe ( we don't have anything else) textile riding suits. Cooking at a gentle poach for an hour or two at a time, ( set oven to 30-38degrees) then removing said gear under the fierce Andalusian sun to gentle grill the top. We arrive home looking like an regional food specialty - a baked apple and custard tart, although I think the custard may have curdled.
Have holed up in Algeciras on the Mediterranean Coast to prepare for travel to Morocco and get some domestic chores done. ...
... of the bends. The views, when I had the courage to look at them or stop to take a picture were outstanding by this time with the Mediterranean Sea in the distance. This hair raising road finally ended and joined a more major 3 lane road which confusingly was not on the map. It looks like the coastal road has been extended further eastwards. Anyway we gratefully turned westwards and headed off eventually reaching Jebha village at sea level. There was a pretty port there. We ...
... km is this wonderful, twisty road which is fun to drive with a stick shift, with a view of the sea to your left and massive wind farms to the right. We pull into Tarifa and make a pass around the outside of the town wall, past the port, and then into the tiny, narrow streets of the old town. The navigator takes us into a blind alley, and Molly navigates the last 200 feet on foot to find our room. We unload the car here, and the girls haul their rollers up the ...
... and yet so alone...
Post-visit: Fnideq (0334) Back to the Border Town
May 2, 2013, Day 212
6 hrs, 4.6 kms
Day totals: 16 hrs, 32.6 kms
Finally, can see a high fence around Spanish Ceuta a stones throw away. Funny, I don't remember there being big fence around it before. And then I reach the outskirts of Fnideq, my stopping point for the day. The finish line of my Great Tanger Superhike is almost completely. Just an easy ...