Hotel Tres Mares
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... powiedzenie, ze Hiszpanie sa goracy. Nie potrafia oczarowac kobiety, a w klubach stoja jak takie pionasy zamiast tanczyc. Stac ich jedynie na trabienie i okrzyki ¨guapa¨ jak sobie spokojnie blondynka idzie ulica.
Musze przyznac, ze Polacy to potrafia sie bawic:) Za kazdym razem jak ladujemy na parkiecie jestesmy jego krolami. A niby taki zimny z nas narod.
To moj trzeci sezon w Hiszpanii- dokladnie w ...
Made it to Tarifa, kiteboarding capital of the world (or something). It's the southern-most tip of Spain, and probably the closest place to Africa in all of Europe. I saw Africa for the first time! That's just so crazy and awesome! There are very large mountains/hills north of me and across the water in Morocco, where I'm headed tomorrow. It's been an on-again off-again rain kind of day, but the views across the straight are very good.
Last night ...
Q: What is your personal legend?
A: I think that my personal legend is, singing. Singing is a big part of me and who I am, all I do try to sing and I practice, practice, practice. I try my best on every song, and write a bunch of songs. I don't know ...
On page (3-21) The book talk about this young man, Santiago. When Santiago was a younger boy, his family wanted him to be a priest, but he chose not to and become a shepherd, because he wanted to travel the world. Santiago was on his way to the merchants proprietor of dry goods shop, because he had been ...
... or having ditched the coldness of the north of England for all year round sun...who can blame them! They reckon that they can save more money in Spain by not being in England and having to pay for heating!
Some way south of Estapona, the last major resort, we saw a massive headland jutting out into the sea......could it be....yes it was...The Rock of Gibraltar! This place that I always thought was an island is actually not an island ...