Apartamento Punta Paloma Golf
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... City of Tarifa has quaint, polished feel to it with its winding white and yellow alleys with cozy little boutiques and restaurants tucked away. It’s pleasant to see a historical place so well kept up—although it does lack that raw adventurous feel of the gritty alleys of Saigon or Bangkok. I reach the wall overlooking the sea with ruins of an old tower to my left and cliffs beyond, and to my right stately old Spanish buildings with a Moorish flair to them.
As we are not on holiday in Jerez, but living there temporarily, we decided it's been a long time since we had a holiday. Today we took the train into Cadiz, then the bus south to Tarifa. It was heavy overcast cloud in Jerez and was spitting with rain by the time we got to Tarifa. Tarifa is a small town , which is said to be the southernmost point of the European landmass, which is just as well, small that is, as although the rain ...
... 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) ...
Tuesday March 18, 2014
Book Reflective Entries 1 (Pg. 3-25)
"Santiago's dad told him that people who travel all came back pretty much the same (9). Do you think this is true?"
In my opinion the answer is no. This is because when you travel, you experience many different things. These things can be cities, cultures, people, and more. I think ...
... After cleaning ourselves up, I put on a pair of jeans for the first time since I left home and we went straight to the Irish Pub in town (at Paddy's request). We spent the evening relaxing, having a few drinks and eating tapas at a few different places in town. It felt very surreal to experience such a drastic cultural shift from working in the forest in Morocco to sitting in a bar drinking a beer in a European town. It almost felt like I was in Davis at Devere's Irish Pub (shout out ...