Hacienda La Herriza Hotel
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... 8230; past another sort of castle turned shopping mall… a building with a Moorish-British blend to it… a palm lined walkway with cannons and statues… back across the airport runway… and, goodbye, Gibraltar… goodbye Great Britain… it was a pleasant and enlightening visit. 0680. Memories of La Linea (Spain 009*, 10B-032) La Linea, July 30, 2010 Day 332: 6 hours, 7.7 kms Right outside Gibraltar is another memorable city to visit: ...
... The Avowal
As swimmers dare
to lie face to the sky
And water bears them,
As hawks rest upon air
And air sustains them,
So would I learn to attain
Freefall, and float
Into Creator Spirit’s embrace
Knowing no effort earns
That all-surrounding grace.
I carried a copy of this poem, the same scrap of paper that I posted over my desk at SU in the months before ...
... and sociology that no travel or history book ever could.
Networking – You never know where you’ll end up and you may well end up with an Australian boss, American co-worker, Thai customer or Moroccan neighbour – this is when your knowledge of their home turf comes in handy. You’ll immediately have a common ground and be able to communicate with them and bond over common experiences (maybe even throwing in ...
... before we head for Turkey. We are no longer going to Istanbul, instead we will be stopping at Antalya and Kusadasi, both in Turkey. It is to dangerous in Istanbul and none of us are allowed to travel to the city.
... guy was Spanish but had Moroccan family so travelled over regularly and said, even by his standards, it had been a long delay. Although only a few miles as the crow flied, we had to take the coast road around the bay which was considerably longer but we made it then i was dropped off at the border. There were no problems getting across but as i walked, i began to wonder where i had come to as there was quite a heavy police presence. I was then greeted by the typical British ...