Club Maritimo de Sotogrande
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Day 3 (Monday 9th of February)
From Madrid to Sotogrande
After driving a significant distance yesterday, today we had a relatively short drive of abt 650km to Sotogrande in Southern Spain, from where we will take the ferry to Morocco on Tuesday.
We had breakfast with Dennis and Ton from team Rhino and then left Madrid together. We sticked together all day right till the finish at Hotel Las Camelias.
The route was very ...
Just in the air flying over Spain on my way back to gatwick. But delayed but never mind. Said goodbye to mum and dad (yes I did have a good old cry). They watched me board the plane from the viewing point at Gibraltar airport so that was nice to wave goodbye again, although I started crying again when I got to my seat. I'll ...
... wanting to start a conversation but I tried every means not to seem rude as he was an elderly person and so I gave him wine and he asked to see the book I was reading I gave him thinking he would know how to read but to my suprise he could and he even knew the book.He said they all follow the same pattern and then ...
... buildings from the 18th Century as "historic." I can only imagine the age of some of the portions of the old town walls, and what history they have seen. The settlement of "modern" Tarifa is interesting. The town was sort of forgotten after Spain reconquered its territory (1492) and drove out the Moors. But by the mid-1500's,Tarifa hosted prisoners from all over Spain, the "Privilegiados," exiled to Tarifa to complete their sentences and colonize the town. The story goes ...
... us to Assilah, but so earnestly wanted us to see and experience his town that he just about put us in a cab to ride the 30 minute trip there.) Eric being the male (and Morocco still being a very male-centric culture) took on the task of slowly breaking it to this guy that we were not going to Assilah today. (Moroccan men still tend to look to the man to make the decisions ...