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... and the monkeys are allowed to move wherever the wish. They are fed twice a day healthy food and there are strict regulations about them. These monkeys were first introduced as pets, but their descendants are now wild as I mentioned. I was shocked when we drove up and a monkey jumped right into the open window of our bus, and our guide wasn’t even fazed. He personally knows a lot of the monkeys and can recognize them. Later on he lured some of the monkeys on people's ...
... it took me to recover from the last Moroccan trip. Perhaps not a sign of age but perhaps its of gaining some wisdom. Sometimes memories are perhaps best kept as such... Thinking stay one more day here, chill and back track the 100 km or so to the Ferry terminal - may even go back via the fast Ferry if my ticket is non-changeable, which I believe it is. I still went to Morocco, just had issues ...
... restaurant together & then we separated to
do our own thing. One of my tour companions & I walked along the River
Tormes & then crossed an old Roman bridge (Puente Romano) to the other
side, where we walked along a bicycle & walking track for a while &
then just relaxed by the river. There is a university building with a tower
called Universidad Pontificia & the next morning at around 10am I went to
that building & ...
... during the 1930's. I also read they continue to paint all the walls and doors blue because they believe this repels mosquitoes.
We did very little exploring here as Karyn is still not ...
... had limited time, we decided just to look and enjoy walking around this castle instead of getting to know the history of it. It was however a great place with nice fountains and gardens beautiful smelling roses which is always nice. We then went to Tio Pepe sherry distillery where we did a tour of the estate, we fist got a power point presentation of the history of the estate and how they make the their wine, sherry and brandy. It ...