Complejo Turistico Castillo Castellar
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Travel Blogs from Castellar de la Frontera
... never found on our own. On the way we asked Abdullah why everything was painted blue, and he said it was to discourage mosquitos in the summer, who apparently dislike the color blue. Who knows if it's true, but either way it provides for a beautiful city! For lunch we were treated to a rooftop view of the town and a really delicious three course Moroccan meal (for only about $12!). I ate a Moroccan salad, which consisted of finely chopped cooked peppers, tomatoes and onions, then ...
... to, she would have found hers, and every other campers (stolen) belongings up for sale. Our initial view of Porto was not good! Seeing this, didn't help our mood, as we strolled through the town to the tourist information. Thankfully, while on a tourist open top bus, we identified some safer parking, relocated and hit Porto. What a place ... It was a beautiful day, and people were out enjoying the weather. Among them were students dressed neatly - boys is suits, girls in ...
... who have suffered so much to go seek for a better life, and have it all end so bitterly.
The road winds high up along a ridge with almost untouched forest on both sides. I feel safer now, knowing that there are police and military around. To my right I can see beautiful Tamuda Bay... in front I get my first glimpse of Ceuta... and behind me, one last glimpse of Gibraltar fading off into the distance...
A place where you feel connected ...
... Then he could charge up the battery for his new toy!
On Saturday night we booked to go to a meal that included a Blues Brothers tribute entertainment. That was brilliant. We had a delicious 3 course meal and then the tribute act played for 1.5 hours with us up dancing along.
The Bank Holiday Monday began with thick fog over the rock and the runway disappeared later. The sun soon came through and the rest of the day we ...
A poor nights sleep and soon we were off to meet Suse our driver!
Seeing the port brought back some great memories! We entered
Gibraltar again and finally met up with the other group members. We
are now a family of sixteen! Danish, German, Canadian, Irish,
Australian and American! A brilliant mix methinks! After depositing
our bags in our new truck (home) we went ff to Gibraltar to have a
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility