Apartamento Punta Paloma Golf
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... and there are many fountains. We then strolled thru the old city which was once the Jewish quarters but is now called Santa Cruz Quarters. Lots of narrow little lanes very old buildings which are now occupied but the people had to retain the fronts as they were but could modernise the inside. Then it was back to the 15th century Gothic Cathedral which also houses the remains of Christopher Columbus. After that time for a ...
... I didn't get too close. The woman next to me had one jump on her head. The views were amazing, we could just make out Africa across the water. On the rock there are some man made tunnels and some natural caves. St Michaels cave was the largest of the natural caves. The stalagmites and stalactites were huge. ( I had to google which ...
... on my list cause I could have easily been talked out if it is I saw any sign that there was a bus going to Seville on the bus transit board. Really, it just a rock with fish and chips and some monkeys. No bus to be caught so I was off to see what could be seen. Everyone I have talked to said that Gibraltar is a bit boring really. Not much to it other than another of Life's To Do items to check off. I beg to differ, where else do you enter a country (I know its an overseas territory) ...
... Thank goodness there was a store where I could buy duck tape, I had to make a quick repair to one of my boots.
Gibraltar was a great trek and positive things came from what initially could be viewed as a frustrating delay. A great travel lesson, as well as a life lesson, go with the flow and don't get upset when things don't work out the way you initially wanted them too, sometimes unexpected and wonderful surprises ...
Tuesday March 18, 2014
Book Reflective Entries 1 (Pg. 3-25)
A young boy named Santiago lives in Spain. He is the son of a farmer, who has strongly encouraged him to become a priest when older, that is why he has learned to read. Currently Santiago is a shepherd and chose the career in order to travel. On his travels he comes across a young girl with raven like hair. They talked for a while and he developed feelings for her. Her father is merchant and ...