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... your prize games of throwing darts etc. These games it looks like are run by Roma folk—this is what many of these folks do for a living, travel from feria to feria all around the region. I don’t sense any tension between them and the other people—except for one ugly little scene when a fellow with his girlfriend who’d been offered roses one time too many, took the rose and threw it on the ground… Overall, people seem to be behaving ...
... Algarve Provence, which we were told was beautiful. Maybe in Spring when things were green. It was an area where eucalyptus are milled for paper. Huge loads of young trees stacked high on trucks and trailers.
On the way south, while stopped at a roadside cafe, we were approached by a slightly agitated man who wanted to know if we spoke, French, Spanish or Portugese. Of course we do! He enquired if we had been in Bordeaux 10 days previously. Oh oh! No, he had seen us on ...
... us down the docks to the ferry, then got on and found ourselves a couple of couches to lay down on. So in one trip, we caught a train, taxi, bus and ferry. Mental. After we got on, the ferry sat in the port for about an hour or more before it finally set off, and we were asleep on the couches before it had even moved! Once it started moving, it was only about an hour to cross over to Spain, and we finally got off onto Spanish soil, in Algeciras. Once there, we decided that ...
After touring the Alhambra yesterday afternoon, we have a short day planned for Granada. Our hotel is very near the Plaza Nueva and the Cathedral, and we want to do a quick tour on foot of the old city. We have also been putting stuff in a bag along the way for shipping back to the states - things we have purchased over here, or gear that we have decided is unnecessary to continue to haul around. There's a post office not far away, so the plan is to head over to top ...
Finally, after struggling through some bushes and muddy patches, I make it down near to the Mediteranean shore. Here high tension wire come to what looks like an ordinary little substation. But no... this is where the wires go under the sea to connect with Spain on the other side.
As I've heard, Morocco falls far short of producing all the electricity it needs (although there are plans to change this with some huge solar ...