Holiday Inn Express Campo De Gibraltar - Barrios
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... a number of times, throughout the ordeal, namely the cut that razor, the being shampooed by a man, and the trimming of the eye brows!!!!! A great town, with a huge amount of history, including the castle, and old town. We both agreed with Trip Advisor, that this was the no. 1 thing to do in Northern Portugal. 3rd May After a cheeky overnight in a car park in the shadow of the castle, we made a quick a trip Amarante, which again is a small town, nestled on calm river, with a ...
... to M'diq and I'll be done.
Now I can just take some time to just relax, stroll around... play some music on the boardwalk. It's here where I meet three middle aged fellows and we have the discussion about the history of the Moriscos (see my Ksar Sghir post-visit entry), and we take turns playing some Spanish music. They also talk about how times have changed here in Fnideq.
"Things used to be very different here. Women stayed at ...
... by its inhabitants. On the Moroccan side, you've got well maintained open fields for grazing, houses popping up all over the place... both people who live off the land and folks who are building vacation homes here. There's poverty, but still feels here that this is a good place to live and invest in. In fact, if I were into real estate, I'd seriously think of buying land here--and I'd say it's 90% sure that the land value is going to go up.
... British navy patrol vessel went past us and later we heard on the radio an officer warning an interloper in British waters to cease his activities and leave immediately! He was warned a couple of times before being threatened with a report to higher authorities!
By the time we had reached the turn into the Bay of Gibraltar the wind was blowing 18-24 knots and we had to cross the M25 of oil tankers and container ships and ferries so with me ...
... and walked around the quiet town, which was sort of like being in London, with red telephone booths, lots of pubs, and English signs everywhere. We ended up at the only Mexican restaurant there, pretty typical for us. The hostel was pretty gross. It is the only one in Gibraltar so we didn't have much choice. I wish there were more choices, it was horrible. It was damp, dirty, and just blah. ...