Hotel Dos Mares
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... a lesson well learned tomorrow. Our pre-supper talent show unveiled the hidden talents of some of our group - Annie's lazy eye and exorcist walk, Walker's witty repartee, Devyn and Ashlie's uncanny animal imitations, Tannis' ability to pick up a dance in less than 3 minutes, Renlee's moves, Zoe's martial arts, and Shay and Nadeige's beautiful voices. All in all, it was a stupefying display. Tomorrow we leave for Portimao with a stop in ...
... which we had with English tea. We walked around for a couple of hours and than walked back over the border and to our car. It took us about 50 min to drive back, we stopped on the way at a fantastic spot where we had a magnificent view on the sea with mountains in front of us. Than we had a cup of tea and read some, had a shower and watched an episode of the Borgia's before going for dinner at 8 as only than they opened the kitchen, hard for us but we get used ...
... amazing deal. The manager agreed to let us stay for free if we came back after 11 and left before 6 the next morning. Exhilarated, we ate at a nearby cafe, resting there until it got late enough then sneaking back into the hotel. The night passed smoothly and Easter morning found us drowsing on the beach as the sun came up. The wonderful hotel guy, Mohammed, refused to take any money for his help and so we went on our way up to Tangier. I ...
... thing about my arrival at this hostel is that the rooms are closed for cleaning from noon to two, which means I can't really put my stuff down/away in my room for a little bit yet. Hence, I am online.
One thing I've noticed here in Spain is that there are a lot of extremely present fathers. It's just as common to see a dad with a child as it is to see a mom with a child. This almost never happens in the US. I wonder if there is ...
... sheep for camels, and found himself in Tangier, Morocco. After being bankrupt by a thief, he got a job working for a crystal merchant. The Islamic merchant told him that his entire life he had longed to travel to Mecca, to follow the rules of his religion. Santiago told him he should pursue the dream, but the merchant told him he could never leave his shop in the hands of another. After working for the crystal merchant for almost an entire year, he made enough money to buy a herd of ...