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The wind was not howling like it has in the past few days, and it promises to be a perfect day for Myra to take her lessons and for us to kick back and enjoy this coastal community. In many ways it reminds us of Tofino B.C. only on a larger scale.
After a breakfast in the hotel, Myra left to take her lessons and Debbie and I spent time looking in some shops and then I settled down to work on the travel blog. I have not been feeling too well the past days, ...
... station was no exception, the only difference was the metro trains air-conditioning was not functioning. This of course meant my body went into sweating mess overload. I could feel the sweat soaking my shirt and running down my arms and legs. I am certain I left a little puddle when I finally disembarked the stifling hot train from hell.
We were whisked away by train down the Spanish Mediterranean coast to Valenica. The train ...
... 380;niejsze –tylko bliscy i zdrowie. Aha i wiem , ze tych dzieci nie chce mieć z Niemcem, który będzie mi robil obciach przy kasie za 70 eurocentow, albo będzie mi czegos żałował ;)
Ludzie , u których się zatrzymalam to duza mieszanka- Hiszpan Edu wychowany w Niemczech (stad- jak sam mowi - interesy prowadzi jak Niemiec) + Lotwinka Kyntja mowiaca po niemiecku , no i lotewsku oczywiście + 1 dziecko ...
... is a great change to the views of the
The campground near
Tarifa, Camping Rio Jara, is spectacular. It is smallish, but very clean and
green, and located right on a huge broad sweep of sandy Atlantic beach with
fresh, clean wind and waves. It reminded us a bit of Long Beach. The views are
amazing… just 15 kms south is the African coast, and looming over the town of
Tarifa to the east is the great mass of Gibralter. It is ...
... approached the Cathedral, we all found ourselves to be extremely awestruck. The Cathedral is the 3rd largest church in Europe and the largest Gothic church in the world. It took 120 years to construct! We were all extremely excited to go in so we got in line, paid our discounted student admission (yay!) and headed inside. Everything in the church was absolutely beautiful. In addition to the exquisite detail, the church had many different chapels as well as the tomb ...