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... here, despite the large quantities of alcohol they’re consuming.
Then across the freeway is yet another section of the feria—this one with more serious rides catering to teenagers… all in all, this feria is one massive operation. And what I notice is that people here are really having a good time—unlike at the New Year’s celebration in Naples, Italy when people just seemed to be going through a tradition. Here, this is one of ...
... a seamens' and wayfarers' mission on the docks for a drink and to catch up on emails and Facebook using their wifi. Back on board to relax before going down to dinner where we were sat with a group of 6 friends who had met on a cruise and now cruised together. One couple had done 28 cruises! Apparently they do 2 per year. We had the crab cakes, then Bill had another steak while I had the Cornish hen, with a Bulletin Place shiraz from Evans Wines which was ...
... a cheap basic room in a town like Algeciras doesn’t bother me. But after all
the interesting and appealing and beautiful places I’ve travelled through over
the last five weeks, this has to be a low point. I can laugh about it because
it’s costing me next to nothing and enabling me easy access to Gibraltar, but
this is one of the saddest and ugliest towns I’ve been to in a long time. As I
walked through the streets there were a ...
... on the tower, as we assume the reflector field hadn't been lined up. Those light rays were so intense that from a distance we thought we were looking at suspension cables of a bridge.
There is a video attached. Don't know if you can view it but gives a better idea. The link below is better.
http://www.abengoasolar.com/web/en/nues tras_plantas/plantas_en_operacion/espan a/index.html#seccion_1
Another day of walking and sightseeing. Seville is a tourist ...
Well, we are at the southernmost tip of Spain where we fully expected the warm winds of Africa to float over our faces bathing them in a golden glow. We expected to lift our heads up from our basking position on the beach and through our sunglasses to see the bright yellow disc of sun, to look across to Africa through the haze that came off the sea that wafts in and out through the Straits of Gibraltar.
Not to be! We have just ...