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... six month sim checks. mind you Min usually gave me an idea of what was happening so that helped.
I forget what was planned so will update when I know. Forgot to mention We saw Literally hundreds of dolphin today, I have never seen so many at once. striped dolphin, very beautiful
We sail to Soto Grande to anchor and then night sail to Duquesa. the mooring is off the beach the swell is 2 metres. rock and roll. dumb idea. ...
... Dragonball Z (Namek saga) and Adventure Time with Finn & Jake. Then I figure I´m wasting my time and turn on my E-reader. Software malfunction. No more E-books during my travels. I turn the tv on and watch Twilight. I turn it off after watching blond guy prance around in a red dress for 10 minutes. It´s really as ****** as they say.
On the road again I hear my front tire ...
... my nail polish has broken and spilled all over the inside of my bag. Awesome.
12:00pm Thurs: Shuttle bus from Algeciras to Tarifa (40 mins). Beautiful countryside scenery. I take another Dramamine.
1:00pm Thurs: Depart Tairfa in ferry to Tangier (35 mins). Comfortable and quick ride. They have a passport control office on the ferry, so got that taken ...
... but with not much time we headed to the chemist in morocco where we were given a demonstration of the natural spices and their properties in oils and creams etc.
Moving on we had a dinner in a beautiful resturant with a cool band just for us. The food was nice, not really authentic we thought because the spices were quite bland but the beer was so smooth. We had a ...
... 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 world.
Here each "stall" is actually a dance hall/night club often crowded with hundreds of revelers… one next to another next to ...