Complejo Turistico Castillo Castellar
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... were dead. The commander was spared. They asked him why they did this. He replied that they were hungry from the war and needed food. Instead of being killed by a blade or a bullet, he was hanged. Santiago revived fifty pieces of gold. The following night Santiago and the Alchemist went on a ...
... 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 ...
My name is Santiago - a shepherd. Andalusia is my hometown where I was born. My dad wanted me to be a priest but I has became a shepherd because my dream is to travel. One day, I had known that there was a hidden treasure in the Pyramids, and the old king told that if I want to find my treasure, I need to follow the omens. He gave me 2 stones in order to help me make decisions if i was unable to read omens. So I decided to take my own journey.
... cities - whats the point. Eventually got round and went Vinhos de Porto (Port wine) tasting ... There was Crofts, Ramos Pinto and a tour and taste at Sandemans. A highlight of the tasting was at Ramos Pintos, which included a matched selection of chocolates ... Yum, yum, yum! While in Sandemans, we were told about their vintage years which apparently only happen once a decade. The oldest bottle on show was 1904. It was asked how much this was worth. The guide explained she ...
... and yet so alone...
Post-visit: Fnideq (0334) Back to the Border Town
May 2, 2013, Day 212
6 hrs, 4.6 kms
Day totals: 16 hrs, 32.6 kms
Finally, can see a high fence around Spanish Ceuta a stones throw away. Funny, I don't remember there being big fence around it before. And then I reach the outskirts of Fnideq, my stopping point for the day. The finish line of my Great Tanger Superhike is almost completely. Just an easy ...