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Travel Blogs from Los Barrios
... at lack of visibility and assume will clear by 8. wrong, 1030 and still fog bound. plan is changing as we sit and now looks like night sail.. exciting stuff, will have to brush up on lights recognition.Have not heard from phil who went to uk for interview. he will have to intercept us in feungirola. think there is a bus from La Linea.
After that the outlook is not settled Marcia thinks a sail to France would be a good idea, I have just been informed by my ...
... see. We strolled around for quite a while seeing all sorts of plants that are considered houseplants at home, including an enormous jade plant. After enjoying the gardens we walked through town. It was quite quiet since it was Sunday, but there were a few shops open and people wandering around. We ended up in a big square which was filled with cafés – it explained where all the people were! We continued on out of town ...
... in the Straits are such that you have to leave at the right time unless you want to fight the very strong currents. Gibraltar was only round the corner, so to speak, so we left with 2 hours of tide with us and had an excellent sail all the way.
The scenery was magnificent with the Moroccan mountains on one side and the rocky hills on the Spanish side. We could see the African mountains from way back after leaving Barbate. As we sailed ...
... diesel (400DN) and probably half the price of the mainland.
It was then on to the campsite for the night, it was called camping Alboustane which appears to be, from the illustration, a desert walled town. The GPS location is N 35° 57.726", W005°12.606" in a town called Martil, Avenue Moulay Rachid.. incidentally if any of you want to stay at this campsite be aware there is a mosque very close, and they have the latest high-powered amplifier, so ...
Goodbye Seville We climbed aboard a coach bus at 5:30 PM sharp at the Plaza San Sebastian in Seville and set our sights on the horizon - to La Linea and Gibraltar. Andrew really wanted to visit Gibraltar because, being a James Bond enthusiast, he knew the movie The Living Daylights, starring Timothy Dalton, had been filmed upon the rock, and he wished to walk the very streets where an opening high-speed chase scene had taken place in the movie. To La ...
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