Complejo Turistico Castillo Castellar
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... bulls grazing in the fields. Up ahead is a large stone tower with a plaque telling how this tower--along with many others--were set up to watch out for pirate ships which would try to land here looking for water or villages to plunder. Nowadays this is a lot of watching still going on in these parts, boats and planes patrolling for drug smugglers and people smugglers coming from Morocco.
After the tower, signs of civilization quickly fade--as does my trail. ...
Santiago meets a girl named Fatima. Santiago comes everyday to meet her at the well. He tells her about his life as a Shepard and his travels. Santiago knew that when the war ends he will be leaving Fatima. Fatima wanted him to be free and go on his journey weather that was before the war or after the war. Santiago had a vision that an army is coming and told the camel driver. They go into the tent and listen to what Santiago has to say. If they ...
... streets and mostly white painted buildings. Only about 17,000 residents live here but for sure that number would quadruple in summer with it being a windsurfing and kitesurfing Mecca. A short bridge joins Tarifa to the small island of Las Palomas. On the east side of this bridge is the Mediterranean; on the west side, the Atlantic! How cool is that!
Tuesday morning and all went to plan. We placed our van in Javier's Spanish hands and ...
... br> go to local cafe for single scoop and ring dearly beloved. Says she is busy selling daughters house running pub acting as taxi for chilian employee and cleaning rooms. All of this unpaid. M Teresa you Dick you are not even in the game.
Tomorrow I will add a few photos, not much as we are getting a bit repetitive, and post.
Getting close chaps, C Ahab esq is not far from the last cable (1 tenth of a nautical mile swabs)
We arrived in a big square which was lined with cafe bars. As it was lunchtime, and being on UK soil, we thought we'd have fish and chips for lunch. We had to dig out our British money out to pay in £'s! The meal was an approximation of what we get in England, but I've never had fish and chips served with salad before.
Fuelled up, we took a walk down the very English-looking Main Street - we could have ...