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Travel Blogs from Algeciras
Today is cloudy, cool and drizzling,so we have decided to leave to get to Algerciras today. This is where the ferry to Morocco leaves from. So it was a matter of more washing and drying the washing from yesterday and then packing . The campsite operator was so rude yesterday , that Tim and I decided to go to the office together( safety in numbers!) and let him know we would be leaving at around 3 pm, siesta time, and asked him ...
... where there are a smattering of buses already waiting. We unload our bags onto a bench and Eric jogs it over to the main station. He comes back a few minutes later with no more insight. It’s getting close to bus boarding time, so we strap back up, head over to the few buses on the far end of the terminal and wander around looking for some sort of sign or indication ...
... Strait of Gibraltar, nine more hours in a bus, and several episodes of sarah vomiting later, we were back in Madrid and exhausted, but overwhelmingly grateful for such an awesome experience!
So glad I got to experience these things with 15 amazing people and 2 of my best friends! Love you Sarah and Adam!
... After a long morning and what looks like a long delay in our travels we manage to find a mechanic who not only looks grandpa, but has it fixed by the next day. What seemed like a week of going nowhere has turned out to be two days. YEAH!!!! (The CV joint needed to be replaced, must of been the mountains)
As grandpa is safe at the mechanics (no chance of a break in) we leave him there for the week while we go and explore ...
... She had one foot in each country! I have never been this close to two continents at once though. Have any of you?
Happy sailing to you today!
Glossary of ship terms:
Port = left side of the ship
Starboard = right side of the ship
Bow = ...