Hostal El Espinel

Address: C/ Rinconete y Cortadillo n0 8 , Zahara de los Atunes, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Rinconete y Cortadillo n0 8 , Zahara de los Atunes, is near Playa de Zahara de los Atunes.
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    Travel Blogs from Zahara de los Atunes

    Day 7: The Hike to Tarifa

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 07, 2021

    72 photos

    ... br>
    What about religion and the atrocities committed on both sides in the name of God? Have both sides been able to move on from that? Well... on the north side a Spanish Catholic can legally convert to Islam if he so wishes. In the south it's still illegal for a Moroccan Muslim to convert to Christianity.

    It's been an insightful tour on boths sides. Someday hopefully I'll be back again to see how things have changed--this is a very dynamic little corner of the ...

    6th reflection

    A travel blog entry by bballer35 on Mar 27, 2014

    ... and hm's. I won't say I'm terrible about making decisions but when I have less time to make them I'm better at them. When I have more time to think about what I want I go back and fourth in my head coming up with all possible and impossible scenarios to see which choice would be better. And maybe it's not even a problem and it's just me being protective about myself. ...

    Day 7 (87-167)

    A travel blog entry by miradomberg on Mar 24, 2014

    1 photo

    ... desert. On the third day, he communicates with the wind and the sun and convinces them to help him create a huge sandstorm. He prays to the Hand That Wrote All, and then disappeared at the height of the storm. He reappeared on the other side of the camp, and the tribesmen, were very impressed by the storm and by Santiago’s ability, so they let him and the alchemist free.

    The alchemist continues to travel with Santiago till a Coptic ...

    United States Appreciation Day

    A travel blog entry by courtneycostas on Jun 10, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Catholic churches. The one that we visited was given by a sultan to the British population of Tangier. It's built in the style of a mosque, but the Lord's Prayer is written in Arabic over the door. From here he took us into the Medina...and I'm again thankful I don't live here. The souk, or market, is the first area we enter. And of course he starts us out on the meat aisle. There is NO refrigeration and bloody carcasses ...

    Moroccan Me Crazy

    A travel blog entry by cholay_ole on Feb 04, 2013

    2 photos

    ... was the most seasick-filled hour of my entire life, but luckily it was worth it! When we finally arrived at the hotel, we were so happy to see king-sized beds and real food (even though it was midnight!).
    The next day, we headed to a small city a couple hours away called Chefchaouen. At first, the city seemed like nothing special..until you enter into the "medina", or the walled area where all the action takes place. This city, ...