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... to get up early in the morning.
And then, up ahead, there it is… a giant gateway all beautifully lit up, and a throng of people going in and out of Algeciras’ biggest party of the year. I’m expecting it to be a bit like a county fair in the US… your typical vendors and snack food… a couple temporary rides for children… maybe a band performing… But no, a Spanish feria is a party unlike any other in the ...
... GG..then breakfast. Full English goes down very nicely at £6.95. Jacob a tad incredulous when I pay in £s!
See British bobbies & telephone boxes...really funny! Walked down High St, & Jacob thrilled to see Gin @ £2.50 a litre! Was shocked myself actually, but couldn't prevent him from buying 3 litres...having sampled some...am still surprisingly, ...
Today, New Year's Day, we cross from Algeciras, Spain to Tanger Med, Morocco.
We purchased our ticket at a recommended campervans specialist and got up early for the 8am crossing only to find that it was sailing at 10am – our mistake, much better to be two hours early than two hours late!! It was all very easy but you have to have your wits about you, there is not much direction at the port ...
... raining and cold, otherwise we could have gone swimming! After that, Kevin and Paddy had to get some work done, so I took advantage of the opportunity to go shopping by myself for a while. It was nice to wander around on my own and to do something as normal as looking at clothes in a shop, but I didn't buy anything since I wouldn't be able to use normal clothes while I'm here anyway. We all met up for lunch at a seafood/Indian restaurant (weird, I know), and had another delicious meal. ...
... quite emotional and its hugs all round and promise to email. Yeah right .
this leaves Olliver ,the very capable skipper, me the improving sailor and Tracey.
I dont know what to say about Tracey. Nice girl but about as much chance of becoming a sailor as I have of winning the Grand National sans cheval.
I am left somewhat alone, I sail on in solitude. We arrive in Gib and I dock at the fuel birth. I hit and or damage nothing . ...