Holiday Inn Express Campo De Gibraltar - Barrios
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... should take me to Algeciras as well, so I opt to follow it. Well... kind of... it veers off closer to the mountains, and looks like it's taking me on a big loop to the west side of town. But it does go past a beautiful little lake, definitely nice to discover in a city not known for its natural beauty. Finally, past the prison, the city starts to reappear, and I finally reconnect with urban Algeciras again, stopping at a large shopping center ...
... 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 ...
I stopped by Ksar Sghir back in 2009 on my town hopping tour through this region and wasn't very impressed by the town--just a row of eateries an the side of a hill overlooking a small stream flowing into the sea. On the other side are the ruins of a little castle surrounded by a fence that hardly looks worth exploring.
But today, I'm going to explore a bit more. This is going to be my stopping point for the day, as it's my last chance for finding ...
... the fast ferries to Tangiers, Morocco, a destination for a later day this week.
We settled in and then headed out to find somewhere to eat. At the end of the street there was a little tapas bar with terrific food. Debbie is finally finding some food that she can eat. After lunch we walked around town to get ourselves orientated with the place. Debbie headed to the beach but unfortunately it is too windy to lie on the beach as the sand ...
... final set of stairs, I was greeted by a large troupe of Macaque monkeys. The monkeys are a very famous fixture of the rock, and a major tourist attraction. The monkeys are seemingly as attracted to the tourists as the tourists are to them, because I immediately had three young macaque monkeys running over to me and climbing me. One of them literally jumped up and just perched on my head and looked around for a while. I didn't know what to do ...