Cortijo las Pinas

Address: CN 340 Km. 74,3 , Tarifa, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11380, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on CN 340 Km. 74,3 , Tarifa.
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      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 08, 2014

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      Taxi into Tarifa to catch the ferry to Tangier in Morocco. Takes one hour. Immediately on landing, we were approached by Mejid ("Magic") who we engaged as our guide for the day. First a tour by minibus of the new side of the city, with lots of anecdotal info on movies, movie stars and writers, for which Tangier was known in the 60s. Scene of "Poor Little Rich Girl"," Inception" and "The Bourne Ultimatum." Coffee in the cafe that featured in the former. Then we went through the ...

      Tarifa, Travels, and Granada

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 05, 2014


      ... a little longer) and the train is definitely more comfortable (more room, bathrooms, etc). I wandered around Algeciras a little - I was hoping to find a view of the bay and the rock of Gibraltar but I didn't end up with enough time to walk far enough away from the city center. There is a HUGE shipping port in Algeciras which basically blocks all of the views. In retrospect, I should have asked about a bus to one of the beaches which would have saved me a lot of ...

      Reflexion #2

      A travel blog entry by atticuspk on Mar 25, 2014


      The King Of Salem tells Santiago "When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you achieve it." I disagree with this. In my experience, it seems more like, the more you want something you are even less likely to get it, like the universe ...

      Summary of p.g. 3 to p.g. 21 about the alchemist

      A travel blog entry by redhairedtiger on Mar 18, 2014

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      Santiago, the shepherd boy, who has decided to spend the night in an abandoned church which had fallen a long time ago and now has an enormous sycamore tree growing in the middle of it.We discover immediately that he is a reader, because he uses the book he has just finished reading as a pillow. He awakens in the middle of the night having had the same dream as the one he had a week before, but like before, he has awakened before it ends. During the dream, a child ...

      Whose schedule were they really on?

      A travel blog entry by katiewdriscoll on Mar 18, 2014

      When Santiago wakes up in the abandoned church, he comments on the fact that he and most of the sheep seem to wake up at the same time everyday. He questions whether he has moved to their schedule, or they to his. I think it is him who has adjusted to their schedule. They are a large group and probably naturally rise and at almost the same time everyday.

      I know that my cat can control my sleep ...