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... which thankfully has camping symbols so we found such a place at Zahara de los Atunes. I'm no Spanish expert but I have a feeling this town got it's name from the noble Tuna fish. After booking in and getting the lie of the land and sea I went for a swim ....sort of it was a bit rough for me but the cold water was a joy after 3 hours driving. I'm after seeing cattle, horses and crops like hay after only a 2 hour drive away from the ...
... colours and ours was completely blank. We had to laugh; they posed for a photo and shaking hands they wished us luck, umm what did they know, that we didn’t, at least we’d actually bought a map.
On board, our passports were stamped with a unique number, and the two hour trip passed by very quickly. And next we found ourselves running the gauntlet of the strange, Morrocan customs officers in oversized jackets with oversized ego’s ...
... We then left the bus for our walking tour of the medina (the old town). Abdul led us up and down through a maze of streets no wider than hallways, passing homes, shops and restaurants. There were lots of interesting sights and smells -- mostly good smells, as it was lunch time and lots of people seemed to be cooking. We didn't make any stops for food, but luckily we had brought along some jerky and chocolate which satisfied us until we could ...
... area looked like most other cities, although all the signs were in Arabic and French. The parks and view to the port were pretty, and, once we were done there, we started driving up the hills to the more posh areas of Tangier. It was very interesting (and smart) of the tour to show us the wealthy areas first, so we could have an idea of what kind of rich people live there. There are different areas of the hills—The French Quarter, the Spanish Quarter, and ...
... Tarifa, so why not take the chance and go now?
After, Santiago met an Englishman, one who was studying alchemy, and who was
also looking for his personal legend. He was not looking for a treasure
but his dream was to search for the universal language. They were lucky
enough, there was a caravan going to Al-Fayoum in Egypt where they were
both wishing to go.