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Travel Blogs from Estepona
... the road are deep and intense, they transcend language, race and religion and no matter what paths your lives take you, will always have a mutual bond that can never be erased.
Knowledge – By living, eating and speaking like the locals you become exposed to aspects of their lives that you were never even remotely aware of and learn some pretty interesting facts along the way. It teaches you things about economy, politics, ...
... at the same place as hime. Whilst in the queue for passport control, another guy asked if anyone was going to La Linea and wanted to share a taxi. My eyes lit up as this was one of my contingency plans but it would have been expensive by myself. We cleared customs ok and got our taxi, sharing a joke or two along the way about how i had been played as a tourist in Morocco. B this time, it was at least 23.00 after the time change and i was tired so not quite in the mood for ...
... we don't know when he'll be back": TIA
“Make sure to leave an elephant-sized gap between tents to allow them to wander through the camp during the evening”: TIA
“What’s that officer? You caught us allegedly 'speeding’ but you’ll let us go if I give you my number?”: TIA.
Mosquito net? Check.
Malaria Meds? Check.
Ghana I’m coming ...
... surprise, the plane was TAM airline and not LAN. It looks like if flights are to Brazil, the operator is TAM.
The flight was ok, as usual over the big sea ;-) there were some turbulence's but all handed very well by the airline/ captain.
Unfortunately I had a couple with a little boy in fornt of me and the father decided to feed it with lots and lots of crisps and when it was time to ...
... the coast we both commented that we felt we were driving on the Whitby road.
We reached camp by 4:30 pm, and it would have been earlier had not Rhoda been up to her old tricks again trying to put us in a very unlikely place for a campsite. We're camped under pine trees on a spacious grassy pitch (a nice change - most are on gravel) and adjacent to a nature reserve. It looks very pleasant here and would look even better if the ...